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Progressives hailed lawyers as saviors when a series of lawsuits managed to pause enforcement of President Trump’s executive order on immigration from mostly Muslim countries. But they won’t be the defensive line for long.
Ariel Zirulnick / February 2, 2017
Live theater has long lagged behind all the other performing arts locally. But Miami Beach is making a big bet on it in 2017.
Ariel Zirulnick / January 31, 2017
Fired up after this weekend’s marches? You don’t have to dedicate your whole life to activism to make a difference.
Gabriela Guzman / January 24, 2017
A reverend, her daughters, and her eight-year-old granddaughter will hold hands and march through the cold on Saturday, joining one of the biggest demonstrations the U.S. has ever seen.
Ariel Zirulnick / January 19, 2017
Developers and property owners are already beginning to ignore the voices of the community. But it’s not too late yet.
The New Tropic / January 16, 2017
To kick off this whole year-in-review thing, we decided to bring back the resolutions that we and a bunch of other leaders in Miami made at the outset of last year. How’d we do?
Ariel Zirulnick / December 18, 2016
For Afro-Cubans and black Americans, Fidel Castro was a dictator – but one who tried to bring them equality.
The New Tropic / December 1, 2016
A Cuban-American Miami writer wrestles with Fidel Castro’s death and his legacy.
The New Tropic / November 26, 2016
After years of working in Haiti, Ines Lozano has come to one conclusion about how to help: let the locals call the shots.
The New Tropic / November 14, 2016
There’s a way to break the cycle. This is how Miami Children’s Initiative is doing it.
The New Tropic / November 13, 2016