Miami isn't just about the beach - it's also a place where cultures collide to spectacular effect, writes Susan Morrell.
The sign posted in Little Havana's Domino Park makes the rules very clear: no gambling, no firearms, no swearing.
To use its official name, Máximo Gómez Park seems like the last place you would have to worry about such nuisances. Named after a Cuban revolutionary figure, the small city park in this historically Cuban ex-pat neighbourhood in Miami is the setting for daily games of chess and dominoes, the clacking of tiles competing with lively...
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