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Cuban Studies program at Casa Bacardi - Cuba’s Past, Present, and Future

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Certificate Program in Cuban Studies The Institute for Cuban and Cuban-American Studies (ICCAS) at the University of Miami is proud to open enrollment for the upcoming CUBAN STUDIES CERTIFICATE PROGRAM to be held from May 14 until June, 6 2013. This high-level program is designed for professionals and… Read More

Little Havana is cool with Viernes Culturales

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By Carlos Suarez De Jesus | Miami New Times The plaintive wail of a bolero crooner echoes across a dusty sidewalk baked by a merciless sun. Soon the ringing chords of a Spanish guitar erupt from a Little Havana souvenir shop. Dominoes clack as they are shoved about by elderly men smoking cigars, and… Read More

Latin Phone ofrece llamada a Cuba y regargas de celulares

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Havana Journal le da la Bienvenida a su nuevo anunciante, LATIN PHONE. (For English, please see below) (800) 390-1030 LATIN PHONE fue creada en 2004 por un grupo de jóvenes emprendedores para ofrecer precios accesibles en servicio internacional de Telefonía de larga distancia a las Comunidades Latinas… Read More

Cuban American Artist Jose Acosta exhibits at Society of Kingston NY

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Rob Sequin | Havana Journal On May 5, 2012 at the Arts Society of Kingston and Jose Acosta will be hosting an art event featuring beautiful art, Latin music and Cuban and Italian food. La Orquesta de Los Taino will be entertaining the crowd and if you have been to Cuban American artist Jose Acosta’s… Read More

Marielitos invited to watch Voices of Mariel boatlift film in Tampa

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Thirty Years Later, the Voices from Mariel are Strong and Vibrant On April 1, 1980, five political dissidents seeking asylum crashed a bus through the gates of the Peruvian embassy in Havana, Cuba. In the following days, 10,000 people stormed the embassy grounds, signifying wide-spread disdain for Cuba’s… Read More

Cuba’s Past, Present, and Future - ICCAS Cuban Studies Certificate Program

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The Institute for Cuban and Cuban-American Studies (ICCAS) at the University of Miami is proud to open enrollment for the upcoming CUBAN STUDIES CERTIFICATE PROGRAM to be held from February 7 until March 2, 2011 This high level, intensive program is designed for professionals and others interested in… Read More

Rene Lecor brings skateboards to Cuba

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Patrick Oppmann | CNN Rene Lecour’s plan started out simple: Take his son on a skateboarding trip to someplace “epic.” While he and his son, Kaya, were searching the internet, they saw videos of Cuba’s skateboarders making do with beaten-up and jerry-rigged boards. Economic shortages… Read More

Radio and TV Marti employees living on “the bottle” in Miami

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By Varela | Progresso Weekly The American monster created to topple the Castro government by supplying a propaganda alternative to the Cuban people – Radio and TV Martí – was spawned during the Cold War. The funny thing is that, in Miami, RTV-Martí is called “the Martí Bottling Company.” (We… Read More

Selfish acts of Ana Margarita Martinez may shut down US flights to Cuba

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By JUAN O. TAMAYO | Miami Herald original title: Suit by spy’s ex-wife could stop flights to Cuba All direct U.S. flights to Cuba may be halted if the ex-wife of a Cuban spy wins a lawsuit to garnish money that South Florida charter companies pay in fees to Cuba, lawyers in the case said Monday.… Read More

A Cuban American returns to Vedado Havana Cuba to see his childhood home

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Kathleen A. Hughes | Wall Street Journal My husband Dan’s family fled Cuba in September 1960, almost two years after Fidel Castro took power, leaving behind a beautiful, modern home and most of their possessions. His parents, Daniel and Delia Bethencourt, an engineer and architect, had designed… Read More

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