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  • We've been played

    "One does not sharpen the axes after the right time; after the time they are needed." -- Russian Proverb The late Ukrainian violinist Mischa Elman is considered one of the greatest of all time, but he has nothing on Russian President Vladimir Putin,...
  • Mark Russell

    American Airlines has reached a new chapter in aviation. Chapter 11. Cuban Americans in Florida have endorsed Mitt Romney -- at least until he changes his mind about Fidel Castro. Egypt's high voter turnout is impressive, but I worry about any write-...
  • Alice Walker discusses two new collections

    Alice Walker discusses two new collections
    Since her Pulitzer Prize-winning “The Color Purple” appeared in 1982, the novelist and poet Alice Walker has been one of best-known black women in American literature. Although none of her books has matched “The Color Purple” in...
  • Celia Cruz: a los 10 años de la muerte de la reina de la salsa |FOTOS

    El 16 de julio se cumplen 10 años que la poderosa voz que inmortalizó el inconfundible grito de "¡Azúcar!", símbolo de la salsa cubana, calló para siempre, dejando huérfano al género musical de una de sus mayores artistas, la inimitable Celia Cruz....
  • Fly the unfriendly skies with 'The Skies Belong to Us'

    Fly the unfriendly skies with 'The Skies Belong to Us'
    Flying used to be fun. You'd stroll onto an airplane without anyone searching your carry-on luggage. No one scanned your body either. On the plane itself, your kid might get invited into the cockpit, and they'd serve you Alaskan crab and Champagne —...
  • Venezuela government taking control over the media

    Venezuela's government is a dictatorship hiding behind the mask of a democracy. This simple sentence comes from Gladys Rodríguez, who for 15 years anchored the most important newscast at Globovisión, which until three months ago was the one remaining...
  • Zombies! Romance! Strikeouts! Chicago baseball has it all

    Zombies! Romance! Strikeouts! Chicago baseball has it all
    Now that the Blackhawks season is over, it's time for baseball season in Chicago to officially start. So here's a quick recap of the 2013 season. The Cubs and White Sox have played some games. The Cubs and White Sox have lost most games. A man named...
  • Rookie Jose Fernandez selected Marlins' All-Star Game representative

    ST. LOUIS -- Jose Fernandez, the Marlins' 20-year-old rookie sensation who fled Fidel Castro's Cuba as a teenager, gave the baseball world its first glimpse at his live right arm in a five-inning outing April 7 at Citi Field in New York. A week from...
  • El juego de censurar a la prensa

    El manual del perfecto dictador latinoamericano siempre tiene un capítulo en lo importante que es censurar a la prensa libre. Silenciar a la prensa es un paso esencial para poder coartar la libertad de expresión e impedir el desarrollo de la democracia....
  • Public displays of ambition at Museum of Art's 'Who Am I to You?'

    Public displays of ambition at Museum of Art's 'Who Am I to You?'
    When artist Catalina Jaramillo visits the Museum of Art, Fort Lauderdale on Saturday, she will come bearing boxes of all the journals, diaries, sketchpads, Museum of Modern Art textbooks and study manuals from her life since age 16. The worn editions,...
  • Yasiel Puig's first act with Dodgers is a thriller

    Yasiel Puig's first act with Dodgers is a thriller
    Wednesday night's game between the Dodgers and the Padres wasn't held at Dodger Stadium, as scheduled. It took place at Yasiel Puig World. Disney might try to buy the place and raise ticket prices some more. Hours before the Cuban overnight...
  • Barbara Walters to retire from TV journalism

    Barbara Walters is saying goodbye to TV journalism. After more than half a century in the industry, the veteran ABC News anchor plans to retire next summer, ABC announced Sunday night. Walters, 83, is set to make it official Monday morning on "The View....