Month: March 2017


Every city has something that sets it apart, an intangible quality that makes people want to stay forever or leave immediately. It is determined as much by geography as it is by its culture and for Miami, this quality is ...

The warrior has achieved a magical feat. He has climbed up into the fabric of our collective unconscious and ripped a hole through it. He has fashioned a window in our house of cognitive dissonance so that we can see ...
Calle Ocho

After forty years of moving to the rhythms of Salsa and Rumba, then incorporating the sounds of Norteñas and Bachata, it looks like the Calle Ocho has finally reached its midlife crisis.
First Nations

March 10th, 2017 - The Native Nations Rise March through Washington D.C. erected a tipi at Trump International Hotel on their way to Lafayette Park for a massive rally.
Native Nations

On Thursday, March 9th 2017, members of the Sioux Nation gather for a water ceremony at the symbolic camp at the Washington Monument.

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