Wednesday Mar 5
The Honolulu Advertiser
As Cuba's economy opens a bit, some who fled Castro return to help
HAVANA>> The business ideas have ranged from a bikini franchise to a peanut farm, restaurants, and design firms for software and home interiors.
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Wednesday Mar 5
Bacardi clan selling Castro to the U.S. with the help of The New York Times
Above: A Vilma Espin Sandwich. A year earlier the world's most lavishly-funded intelligence agency crafted the foreign policy of the world's guardian against communism on the solemn word of this Bacardi Duchess that: the gentlemen sandwiching her had NO COMMUNIST SYMPATHIES WHATSOEVER!!! A few months earlier Vilma Espin helped arrange the famous ... (more)
Sun Mar 02, 2014
New York Times correspondent finds plenty of change in Castrogonia,...
The Latin American correspondent for the New York Times visits the three neighborhoods in Havana where one is most likely to find Castronoid oligarchs and he declares that the island slave plantation is well on its way to joining the Free World.
Thu Feb 27, 2014
Cuban and U.S. churches work together; Our governments should too
This week on Feb. 26 and 27, the two of us - Reverend Joel Ortega Dopico, a Presbyterian minister and elected president of the Cuban Council of Churches, and Reverend John L. McCullough, a United Methodist minister and President of Church World Service - are meeting in Washington to talk about our work together.
Mon Feb 24, 2014
News 4 Jax
Rubio speaks on Venezuelan crisis
Sen. Marco Rubio gave a Senate floor speech Monday on the crisis in Venezuela, including topics such as infant mortality rate, illiteracy, terrorism and other concerns he sees are major issues: A few moments ago, the body was treated to a report from the senator from Iowa about his recent trip to Cuba.
Fri Feb 21, 2014
First US-Cuba museum exchange in 5 decades
Their absence resonates throughout her work. The image of her as a 10-year-old is plastered behind a wall of palm trees, trapped on the island.
Mon Feb 17, 2014
New Media Journal
Venezuelans 'Taking it to the Streets'
"Venezuela and its revolution will endure under the proven leadership of Vice President Maduro."
Fri Feb 14, 2014
Cuba suspends consular services in US
Cuba has suspended consular services for the second time in less than three months after being unable to find a new bank in the U.S. for its diplomatic accounts, officials announced Friday.
Thu Feb 13, 2014
New York Times unmasks selfish motives behind Castro's 'reforms'
To the uninitiated, occasional news of "Cuban reforms" is received with some sense of hope that the Castro regime might be loosening its stranglehold on the economy to create new opportunity for the island's 11 million people.
Wed Feb 12, 2014
Quote of the Day - Military Junta in Cuba takes care of their own
In a New York Times article marveling over a new luxury apartment development the Castro dictatorship has built for the Military Junta's faithful minions while Cubans are starving and selling their bodies to tourists to feed their families, the report ends with a telling quote from Translating Cuba's Fernando Damaso : "If you have a business run by ... (more)
Mon Feb 10, 2014
Sat Feb 08, 2014
The Miami Herald
Aide to Cuba's Ricardo Alarcon sentenced to 30 years for spying
A top aide to one of Cuba's veteran political figures, Ricardo Alarcón, and the aide's wife, have been convicted of spying and sentenced to 30 and 15 years in prison, according to persons close to the case.
The Cuban American Phototheque of Miami Presents Ivan Canas'...
The Cuban American Phototheque will hold an Artist Talk next Saturday, February 15 at 7 p.m., the occasion of the current exhibition Ivan Canas: A Retrospective.