Coming Out Cuba founders (and husbands) Osmany Caballero-Halabi and Lior Halabi-Caballero flank artist Eddy Münster and model Miguel Cardona at Friday’s La Santa Cuba benefit at Nina Torres Fine Art gallery near downtown Miami.
Coming Out Cuba founders (and husbands) Osmany Caballero-Halabi and Lior Halabi-Caballero flank artist Eddy Münster and model Miguel Cardona at Friday’s La Santa Cuba benefit at Nina Torres Fine Art gallery near downtown Miami. Steve Rothaus srothaus@miamiherald.com
Coming Out Cuba founders (and husbands) Osmany Caballero-Halabi and Lior Halabi-Caballero flank artist Eddy Münster and model Miguel Cardona at Friday’s La Santa Cuba benefit at Nina Torres Fine Art gallery near downtown Miami. Steve Rothaus srothaus@miamiherald.com

Facebook album: La Santa Cuba benefit for South Florida LGBT group Coming Out Cuba

December 06, 2015 04:38 PM

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