- Cuba Nostalgia allows for a stroll down memory lane
Cuba Nostalgia, a three-day event that celebrates pre-Castro Cuba, once again drew those wanting to relive the past and those trying to reconnect with their roots.
- Photos: Cuba Libre
Kevin Slack's Cuba is free of sexual categories, and free of many of the restraints and inhibitions of its neighbor to the north. read more
- CI Students Head to Cuba for Rare Travel Course Experience
Twenty students will venture to Cuba this month for a rare travel experience offered as a CSU Channel Islands (CI) course. The nine-day trip gives students studying Spanish and Chicana/o Studies the chance to visit a country that has been closed to American tourists since the U.S. enacted its embargo against Cuba more than 50 years ago.
- First Coast Cuba: Our connections and should we go?
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- The country of Cuba is only 90 miles from the Florida Keys but in many ways we are world's apart. Communism is still the law the land, trade sanctions still exist and diplomatic relations are strained.
- U.S. contractor jailed in Cuba settles suit against employer
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - An American contractor imprisoned in Cuba has settled a lawsuit in which he accused the company he was working for when he was arrested and the U.S. government with failing to warn him about the risks of working on the communist-controlled island. Alan Gross and his wife Judy filed the $60 million lawsuit in November 2012 against the U.S. government and Development ...
- U.S. contractor jailed in Cuba in court settlement with company
A State Department contractor jailed in Cuba has reached a financial settlement with the company that sent him to the island, according to court papers filed Thursday.
- Cuba-Jailed American Settles Lawsuit Against Employer
Alan Gross, a U.S. contractor jailed in Cuba since 2009, settled a negligence suit accusing his employer of mishandling risks associated with his mission in the Communist nation.
- Cuba set for Davis Cup return
Havana, May 16 (IANS) After a four-year absence, Cuba will send a team to participate in America group III of Davis Cup tennis to be held June 17-22 in La Paz, Bolivia, the National Tennis Commission (NTC) announced here.
- Cuba's Exam UPR Mechanismo of the UN Human Rights Council
On Wednesday, May 1st, 2013, Cuba presented its second report to the Universal Periodic Review mechanism of the UN Human Rights Council.
- Cuba golf project gets green light
A multi-million-dollar golf project gets the go-ahead in Cuba, where the game was dismissed as "bourgeois" after the communist revolution.