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Daily Archives: August 14, 2011

Cuba says 'si' to entrepreneursPublished On Sat Aug 13 2011Javier Galeano/APTracy Wilkinson Los Angeles Times

HAVANA—They began with a hose and a few rags when Amilcar Santa Cruz and his 30 siblings and cousins set up a car wash in… Continue reading

Posted on Friday, 08.12.11

Ricardo Bofill, an icon of Cuban resistanceBY JOE CARDONAjccigar@

Because of geographical proximity, a continuous succession of mass migrations and palpable social, cultural and political links, Miami is a treasure trove of Cuban history. Several days… Continue reading

Posted on Saturday, 08.13.11

Castro turns 85 quietly but still a force in CubaBy PETER ORSIAssociated Press

HAVANA — Revolutionary icon Fidel Castro marked his 85th birthday behind closed doors Saturday as the aging leader famous for railing against Washington… Continue reading

A Classic of Cuban Socialism / Laritza DiversentLaritza Diversent, Translator: Unstated

A self-employed complained of sales in the hospitals, in the island's only national newspaper. He received a response from the public administration with the taken to eliminate the situation.… Continue reading

Fading FidelSat, 13 August 2011

By Jeff Franks – REVOLUTIONARY legend Fidel Castro turns 85 today, still an important figure in his communist-ruled Cuba, but increasingly a fading presence in the life of the country he ran for 49 years.… Continue reading

Zapata lives
Zapata lives
No place to live
No place to live