Stories with 'Cuban' tag

How did Miami’s Little Havana become the home for Cuban immigrants? We took a look at the history

A reader asked us how Little Havana became an anchor for Miami’s Cuban immigrant population, so we took a closer look.

/ April 25, 2019


Video: How Miami heals

Miami-Dade County is home to cultures from all around the world. From herbal tonics to sweat lodges, here’s a peek at how some Miamians heal themselves.

/ January 6, 2016


Miami for the holidays

Throughout December, people in Miami can be found making latkes, cooking jerk chicken, eating grapes, and baking cakes. From Hanukkah to New Years, here are some of the ways Miami celebrates.

/ December 16, 2015


Revisiting Havana

Marlen Quintana left Cuba for Miami when she was just 8 years old. Our photographer went to Havana and revisited the places she remembered best, recapturing the past as Cuba stands at a crossroads.

/ December 7, 2015


Traditional Cuban meets Nuevo Cubano

Delve into how Little Havana traditions met Miami innovation to transform our city’s food scene.

/ August 26, 2015


Where we beat the drunchies: Late-night food in Miami

Your buzz is strong, the night’s been fun, but the world will be empty and your morning will be miserable if you do not eat something amazing RIGHT NOW. Welcome, friend, to the drunchies. Grab a cab, or an Uber, or work that sidewalk to our 12 favorite late-night food spots to satisfy this special hunger and stave off a nightmare hangover.

/ April 3, 2015