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  • Pesticides could explain mystery ‘attack’ on US diplomats in Cuba: study

  • Some 40 Canadian and US diplomats and their families stationed in Cuba may have not been victims of “sonic attacks” after all — but instead may have fallen ill from ingredients used in pesticides to ward off mosquitoes, a new study revealed. The Canadian study, first obtained by Radio-Canada’s Enquête TV program, revealed that the...
  • 5 of the Best Street Food Finds in Miami

  • We love to go to the beach in Miami. But being at the beach makes us hungry. Really hungry. You, too? We knew it. It’s a universal thing. Shake the sand out of your towels, reapply your sunscreen and join us as we wind our way through the city devouring everything from doner kebab (a popular Berlin street food that has made its way to Miami) to frita cubana (Cuba’s flavorful version of the great American hamburger) to matcha pastelito (a tasty blend of Cuban and Japanese cuisine).
  • Miami: Matcha Pastelito

  • Matcha lovers, we’ve got the perfect treat for you. It’s the matcha pastelito. You will find this delectable dish at Yōko Matcha in Miami’s Wynwood neighborhood. It’s a Cuban pastry infused with a filling made of matcha, white chocolate, cream cheese, condensed milk, and… Well, we don’t know what else. Chie, the creator of the matcha pastelito, isn’t revealing her secret sauce that easy.
  • Still waiting for Dems to apologize to Kavanaugh

  • It’s now been four days since The New York Times corrected — er, retracted — its attack against Justice Brett Kavanaugh. Turns out the “new allegation” isn’t supported by the victim, a fact conveniently left out of the story. And still Kamala Harris, Liz Warren, Beto O’Rourke, Julian Castro, Cory Booker and Pete Buttigieg haven’t...

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