Stories with 'latin america' tag

5 reasons why Miami has become a leader in startups for the U.S. and Latin America

1) LOCATION, LOCATION, LOCATION “Miami is the unofficial capital of the hemisphere,” said Alex Sanchez, president and CEO of the Florida Bankers Association in an article for Forbes. “A lot of companies from the hemisphere, or American companies that want to do business with the hemisphere have regional or South American offices here. It is […]

/ November 26, 2018


2018 CREATIVE TIME SUMMIT

2018 CREATIVE TIME SUMMIT ON ARCHIPELAGOS AND OTHER IMAGINARIES: COLLECTIVE STRATEGIES TO INHABIT THE WORLD GET PASSES HERE The 11th Creative Time Summit, an annual convening for thinkers, dreamers, and doers working at the intersection of art and politics will be held in Miami for the first time this November 1-3, 2018. Titled On Archipelagos and […]

/ October 5, 2018


Say hello to Veza Sur, Wynwood’s newest brewery

Veza Sur is inspired by Latin American brews and serving styles. Try your beer chope-style. You won’t regret it.

/ August 17, 2017


From Nicaragua to Miami

Though often overshadowed, Nicaraguans make up one of the biggest Latino populations in the county. Discover the dramatic story of how and why so many escaped Nicaragua to build a thriving community in South Florida.

/ September 15, 2015


Foreign films with a Miami flavor

When it comes to international films, Miami is becoming one of epicenters for Latin cinema, from the film festivals that are attracting internationally renown movies to the filmgoers packing local theaters showing Spanish-language films.

/ September 9, 2015