All posts by "Raul Diego"

Founder & Editor of Deep City Chronicles, in pursuit of his passion as a writer, photojournalist and documentary filmmaker after too many years in the world of advertising and graphic design.

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Revisiting Colonial Narratives to Contextualize the Challenges Climate Change Poses to our Civilization

A musical anthology and film documentary project about buskers, their music and defeating the faceless algorithm to make our urban spaces human again

Climate change has finally begun to break through to mainstream consciousness, but the wolves are at the door

How the gun violence epidemic in America is aided and abetted by a religion of state that is finding converts around the world

On the 58th Anniversary of the Bay of Pigs, the American Political Establishment Looks to Replace the Cuban Exile Community in Miami

The Plot to Kill Castro, Frank Sinatra as the Mob's Errand Boy and How Ricky Ricardo Almost Slept with the Fishes

Miami's racist past lives on through economic segregation and a new study reveals just how much your skin color is worth in the Magic City

Anthony Foxx’s Keynote Address at the Safe Streets Summit and Taking the Road Less Traveled

A personal interpretation of Alfonso Cuarón’s cinematic magnum opus, Roma

President’s Day in Miami Brought a Glimpse of the Future and a Heavy Dose of Cold War Nostalgia for the Local Exiles

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