Daily Archives: December 3, 2016
A Flight to Cuba Costs Less Than $60 Right Now Brad Tuttle Money December 2, 2016
A few short months after a mad rush by airlines to blanket Cuba with flights from the U.S., the number of departures is being… Continue reading
Tourists came to Cuba for fun but got Castro funeral instead By Daniel Trotta | HAVANA
They came to Cuba for an education, plus some fun and games, but got a state funeral instead.
Some of the Americans touring Cuba… Continue reading
Local View: Cuba was and is no utopia BY PAT CLARE 11 hrs ago (18)
With the death of Fidel Castro it is noteworthy how many people and news sources express admiration of the dictator.
I have a different impression… Continue reading
American Airlines is already cutting service to Cuba WRITTEN BY Leslie Josephs
Airlines made history this summer when they launched the first scheduled commercial flights from the US to Cuba in more than 50 years, part of the thaw in… Continue reading
UNITED AIRLINES LAUNCHES FIRST FLIGHT TO CUBA FROM HOUSTON Updated 2 hrs 17 mins ago
HOUSTON (KTRK) — United Airlines announced that they will have an inaugural service from Houston to Havana, Cuba around 10am from Bush Airport.
Houston’s Mayor… Continue reading
In rural Cuba, economy stuck in time after Castro
Alongside free education and healthcare, the Cuban revolution also brought anemic development and a one-party state, which controls 80 percent of the economy and fears losing its grip on the market… Continue reading
Castro’s Death Reminds Aging Cuba of Generation Gap December 02, 2016 10:45 PM Reuters
SANTA CLARA/HAVANA — Fidel Castro’s death has highlighted a yawning generational gap between older Cubans who remember grim poverty before his 1959 revolution, and youngsters who… Continue reading
How should we memorialize Castro? By freeing Cuba. He was a tyrant whose death should be welcomed by anyone who loves liberty. By Daniel Morcate December 3 at 6:00 AM Daniel Morcate is a reporter for Univision News.
The death… Continue reading