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2 hrs ago | The Jersey Journal
As a member of a small group of architects sanctioned as cultural ambassadors by the U.S. State Department, Bernardsville resident Philip Kennedy-Grant, FAIA, recently traveled to Havana, Cuba.
6 hrs ago | Star-Telegram.com
Chinese President Xi Jinping is wrapping up his visit to Cuba after signing dozens of agreements for such things as investment by Chinese firms on the island.
9 hrs ago | Beacon
A state of dystopia, in the spirit of George Orwell's "1984," is exactly how Cuban-born artist Leonel Matheu describes his homeland.
10 hrs ago | Babalu Blog
On the second anniversary of the death of Cuban opposition leader Oswaldo Paya, his daughter, Rosa Maria Paya, announced Tuesday that the Christian Liberation Movement he founded is preparing a campaign to demand a plebiscite on the island's future.
Very soon, on July 26, we will be commemorating another anniversary of the assault on the "Moncada" and "Carlos Manuel de Cspedes" garrisons when so much time has passed since those events took place.
In 2013, Robert Rowen of Nuance Galleries, 804 S Dale Mabry Highway, Tampa, purchased a collection of several hundred works by 20th century Cuban artists.
I have been avoiding writing this sandwich battle review for a while, because I just didn't want the honeymoon phase to be over with my public celebration of Goose the Market's Batali sandwich.
The Astros saw their spending pool in the amateur draft reduced by $8 million. Letting Brady Aiken and Jacob Nix go unsigned reduced the team's pool from a league-leading $13,362,200 to $5,069,600.
Chinese President Xi Jinping visited Cuba on Tuesday to expand investment in the fellow communist nation, his last stop on a four-country Latin American charm offensive.
Lyle Denniston, the National Constitution Center's adviser on constitutional literacy, explains how a recent court ruling based on Article I of the Constitution has created a huge problem for the war crimes system at Guantanamo.
Years ago, I had little use for the daiquiri. I regarded it as a fruity, frothy, adolescent concoction, made for injudicious college drinking and the "specialty cocktail" page at chain restaurants, all too often impregnated with artificial colors and flavors.
In the back seat was Oswaldo Paya, one of Cuba's best-known dissidents, who had championed the idea of a democratic referendum on the nation's future.
Two years later Castro proclaimed the Marxist-Leninist nature of the revolution.
A Cuban student, identified as Luo Xiao by her Chinese name, holds up her calligraphic work of Chinese character "rabbit" at Beijing Language and Culture University in this file photo taken on Feb 1, 2011.
Many Cubans opt for the informal market instead the high prices of the products in hard currency stores.
A local church has received $7,000 to help provide water filtration systems to Cubans.
Updated: Wed Jul 23, 2014 03:58 pm
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