No more cement
07/27/2014 7:00 PM
07/25/2014 10:01 PM
I was born in Cuba. I was a Pedro Pan. A Cuban museum in Miami would have relevance and utmost merit as long as it was comprehensive, including all the other satellites scattered around the city. And, it should definitely not be on Parcel B, which should be green space.
Why not a Cuban Museum near Marlins Stadium? Remember, when President John Kennedy wanted to talk to Cuban exiles, he chose the Orange Bowl. It is in that area where you will find the genesis of our Cuban-American roots. And that is precisely the location where the Cuban Museum should be grounded. Stop cementing the waterfront!
Luis David Losada, Miami
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