Running the Miami-Dade County Aviation Department might be the most interesting job in Miami
Six classically trained ballet dancers left the Cuban National Ballet this spring and landed in Miami, under the sheltering wing of Pedro Pablo Peña, and the high-ceilinged wood-warm embrace of the J.W. Warner House near the Miami River, now home to the recently inaugurated Miami Hispanic Cultural Arts Center. PODER recently paid the group a visit as they prepared for upcoming performances while becoming acculturated to living in the United States. At right, Arianni Martin ties a pointe shoe.
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In this issue
The filmmakers—members of a unique culture—want to make sure their heritage and language survives
Moore’s Law Turns Into The Law of More.
Miriam Guanche has taken on the top leadership role at the physical therapy clinic where she has long worked
The immigration bill Washington politicians are crafting ignores gay unions
The convenience of digitally downloading music—especially via cellphone— is sweeping Latin America
Jayesh Rathod counsels workers with immigration problems—breaking the occasional stereotype along the way