William Blondet, left, and Welly Rosado dance to the music of salsa in front of Ball & Chain restaurant on Southwest Eighth Street during the 2016 Gay8 festival in Little Havana.
William Blondet, left, and Welly Rosado dance to the music of salsa in front of Ball & Chain restaurant on Southwest Eighth Street during the 2016 Gay8 festival in Little Havana. CARL JUSTE Miami Herald File
William Blondet, left, and Welly Rosado dance to the music of salsa in front of Ball & Chain restaurant on Southwest Eighth Street during the 2016 Gay8 festival in Little Havana. CARL JUSTE Miami Herald File

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