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cuba

Nitza Villapol Taught Generations of Cubans How to Make Do and Eat Well

To say that Nitza Villapol wrote the most important Cuban cookbook would be to understate her influence.
Ashley Rodriguez
12.13.18
Photo

Vibrant Photos of Cuban Pigeon Racing

Carlos Jaramillo revisits a pigeon racer and his beautifully dyed birds in Havana.
Carlos Jaramillo
8.10.18
true crime

How a Bay of Pigs Survivor Became a Brutal Mobster

The mess of a CIA operation had horrific consequences for the organised crime scene back in the United States.
Seth Ferranti
3.19.18
Views My Own

I Forgot I Was a Refugee

But Donald Trump's presidency reminded me in a hurry.
David Eng
11.13.17
The VICE Guide to Right Now

FBI Really Wanted America to Believe Oswald Killed JFK, Files Show

The 2,891 recently released files shed light on the hectic aftermath of the assassination, as well as a significant memo from J. Edgar Hoover.
Drew Schwartz
10.29.17
Scene Reports

In Havana, Heavy Metal Is a Struggle

Despite a lack of resources and endless bureaucratic red tape, the Cuban extreme metal scene is flourishing.
Joe Henley
10.24.17
harvey

What Happens to Prison Inmates Caught in Hurricanes?

Texas prisoners say they went days without running water after Harvey.
Michael Patrick Welch
9.19.17
Miami

Plantains, Sugar Cane Juice, and the Unifying Comfort of a Cuban Café

Las Olas is a humble Miami anomaly amidst the soaring multi-million dollar condos and upscale restaurants in the neighbourhood—a place that attracts mail carriers, construction workers, and Russian oligarchs alike.
Alex Swerdloff
8.7.17
Features

Major Lazer's Cuba Documentary Isn't Another "Gringo on Vacation" Film

'Give Me Future' director Austin Peters discusses the challenges of shooting the globe-trotting trio's historic 2016 Havana concert.
Tina Hassannia
5.9.17
PROFILES

Pitbull Will Live Forever

Mr. Worldwide may seem like a kitschy party guy, but on his new album 'Climate Change,' he has a revolutionary agenda to make culture a bit more Miami.
Mitchell Sunderland
4.5.17
THE LOOKING GLASS ISSUE

Explosive Images of Perrandas, Cuba's Annual Fireworks Competition

Photographing Cuba's annual firework showdown of artillery-barrage proportions in the small town of Remedios.
Lewis Khan
3.29.17
Art

A Racially Charged Painting Causes Controversy in Congress | Last Week in Art

George Lucas's $1 Billion museum finds it home at L.A's Exposition Park.
Nathaniel Ainley
1.16.17
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