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What happened to Cuba's forgotten cinemas?

CNN - 13 hours ago
It took photographer Carolina Sandretto four years and three round trip journeys to Cuba to put together a comprehensive book about the architectural opulence of its movie theaters. During the 1950s,...

Cuba, US relations strained

The Vermilion - 13 hours ago
As a senior child and family studies at The University of Louisiana at Lafayette, Laura Jaén remembers tales of her grandparents' emigration and was granted political asylum from Cuba in the...

As Castro Prepares to Leave Office, Trump's Cuba Policy Is a Road to Nowhere

The New Yorker - 3 days ago
What's taking place in Cuba is more accurately described as a succession than as a transition. That won't win it any praise from Donald Trump, who throughout the 2016 Presidential campaign...

In Cuba, let's get back in the game

The Hill - 5 days ago
Our diplomats are vital, especially in Cuba where our bilateral relationship is undeniably important. Though government-to-government ties are sometimes tense, there is much that unites us; in 2017...

Business Lessons Learned From Cuba

Forbes - 7 days ago
Did you know that the average Cuban earns the equivalent of $30 a month? I didn't either until I spent two weeks in Cuba. You would think with those wages, service and quality of goods would be...

Ohio man killed in Interstate 86 accident east of Cuba

Olean Times Herald - 23 hours ago
CUBA — An Ohio man died from injuries after his disable tractor-trailer was struck by another east of the village Tuesday morning. New York State Police report that Kyle W. Willis, 41, of Dorset,...

Cuba Opens Wholesale Market to Sell Basic Staples

Voice of America - 2 days ago
Cuba has opened up its first wholesale market in an economy dominated by government-run enterprises. State-run newspaper Granma says the market is part of an ongoing effort to "reorganize"...

Students Enjoy Faculty-Led Spring Break Trips to Greece, Costa Rica, Cuba, and Ecuador

Webster University Newsroom (press release) (blog) - 2 days ago
During Webster University's 2018 spring break, 33 students participated in various short-term faculty-led study abroad trips to Athens, Greece; San Jose, Costa Rica; Havana, Cuba; Quito and...

Computerizing society, a joint effort to promote development

Granma English - 1 day ago
Pictured is Martí Park in Cienfuegos, where wifi is available. Cuba's telecommunications enterprise, ETECSA, plans to install 150 new wired and wireless navigation sites in 2018. Photo: Juvenal...

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