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Dancing in Veracruz

A mix of 17th-century ballroom dance and Cuban rhythms, danzón heats up the Mexican port town of Veracruz.

Art Basel

This month, the glittery crowds attending the fifth annual Art Basel Miami Beach can expect to find a ratcheted-up platform of art-meets-design in the city...

Chips + Putts

Even Better While still ranked number one in the world, Tiger Woods changed his swing. Why?To get even better. It took him most of a...

Swinging in South Beach

With iconic and newly renovated golf courses and resorts, plus the electric nightlife of South Beach, Miami is hotter than ever

Miami's Little Havana: Hot, Hot, Hot

A taste of the spice of life in Miami's Little Havana

Artbeat: Performance | 2001

Richard Strauss, Homer's Odyssey, Ballet Nacional de Cuba, Australia comes to New York

The Dominican Republic, the New Gold Coast

Forget the days of package tours and all-inclusives. With the recent opening of some very sophisticated hotels, the Dominican Republic is trying to compete with...

Just Back from Miami: Pedro Ruiz

'I come from an island, so I adore how close Miami is to the ocean—it's almost spiritual. The water's fantastic to swim in, especially for...

A Spanish Celebration: Semana Negra

In the small town of Gijón, in northern Spain, Scott Spencer discovers a literary festival devoted to crime novels, comics, and science fiction—a celebration of...

Fast Talk: Dan Storper

When Brooklyn-based Dan Storper started making global music compilations to play in his Putumayo clothing and handicraft stores, he never dreamed that his hobby would...
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