Duckdown takes us through a journey of what marathon training through the streets of Brownsville, Brooklyn really entails. It looks like Druha is preparing for 2011’s ING: New York City Marathon and his trainer flakes on him, so he decides to take on Duckdown’s very own Sean Price and Dallas Penn as his trainers. These […]


Guerra de la Paz is like a magician that can pull out an adorable bunny from a black tophat.  Give them a shirt, and a whole new entity will come to life. Guerra de la Paz, Two Cuban artists Alain Guerra and Neraldo de la Paz, based in Miami presents a subversive parallel by using […]


Elian Gonzalez was 6 years old when his story was headline news, now 16 living in Cuba, Gonzalez says he’s not angry at his Miami relatives who fought to keep him in the United States during international custody battle ten years ago. Today in Cuba they celebrated Wednesday night marking the 10th anniversary of the […]


On Friday, on Global Grind, I read an article about the President of Iran’s denial of the Holocaust. This isn’t the first time that Mahmoud Ahmadinejad has denied the Holocaust and I am sure it won’t be the last. However, more disheartening to me were the comments that some of the Global Grind readers left, […]