Ariel Martinez: ‘Being in Miami is like being home. It seems like there are Cubans everywhere. You call an Uber, the driver is Cuban. You go to a cafeteria, the owner is Cuban. You go to a dance club, and seven or eight of the songs are Cuban.’
Ariel Martinez: ‘Being in Miami is like being home. It seems like there are Cubans everywhere. You call an Uber, the driver is Cuban. You go to a cafeteria, the owner is Cuban. You go to a dance club, and seven or eight of the songs are Cuban.’ Ross D. Franklin AP
Ariel Martinez: ‘Being in Miami is like being home. It seems like there are Cubans everywhere. You call an Uber, the driver is Cuban. You go to a cafeteria, the owner is Cuban. You go to a dance club, and seven or eight of the songs are Cuban.’ Ross D. Franklin AP

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