Daily Archives: October 7, 2014
Heritage Buildings Restored in Santiago de Cuba’s Historic Center 10.06.2014
Santiago de Cuba is about to meet its 500th anniversary, and that’s the reason why architects, engineers and constructors are developing a comprehensive reconstruction plan in some of the most… Continue reading
Woman pleads guilty to smuggling Cuban migrants By – Associated Press – Tuesday, October 7, 2014
MIAMI (AP) – A Coast Rican woman has pleaded guilty to smuggling in more than 25 immigrants from Cuba to the U.S.
Forty-nine-year-old Mercedes… Continue reading
Florida Baptist mission teams share the Light in darkness of Eastern Cuba Oct 7, 2014 By MARGARET DEMPSEY-COLSON Florida Baptist Convention
SANTIAGO, Cuba (FLBaptist)—It was mid-afternoon in mid-July when the lights went out in Eastern Cuba and stayed out for… Continue reading
New Approach to U.S.-Cuba Policy Needed, Experts Say A book written by Peter Kornbluh and William M. LeoGrande aims to create a “historical foundation for a dialogue,” to help policy makers change U.S.-Cuba relations. By Paayal Zaveri
(TRNS) At a… Continue reading
Marina industry group plans trip to Cuba By Doreen Hemlock, Sun Sentinel
Fort Lauderdale marina consultant plans people-to-people trip to Cuba, as island aims to develop marinas. Yachting to Cuba? When Washington lifts restrictions, at least 60,000 U.S. vessels would… Continue reading
TV ads extol right to travel to Cuba By William E. Gibson
A lobbying group on Monday launched a TV and Internet ad extolling the value of unfettered travel by Cuban-Americans to Cuba.
#CubaNow, a new advocacy group in South… Continue reading
Author documents historic architecture in new book, draws parallels between Maine, Cuba By Lauren Abbate, BDN Staff Posted Oct. 06, 2014, at 4:55 p.m.
What do the northern state of Maine and the small Caribbean island of Cuba, located 90… Continue reading