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Has Hemingway’s Cuban Car Come Home?

March 26, 2011
Has Hemingway’s Cuban Car Come Home?

For 50 years, its whereabouts has been a mystery, writes Christopher Baker, but the mystery may be solved. Hemingway’s 1955 Chrysler seems to have appeared. Somehow, Baker writes, the Chrysler New Yorker DeLuxe ended up in the hands of Hemingway’s driver, and then, mysteriously, into the hands of the government, which has moved the...
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Fly to Cuba

March 17, 2011
Fly to Cuba

Eight new U.S. airports will begin offering flights to Cuba by next fall. Atlanta Hartsfield-Jackson International, Baltimore-Washington Thurgood Marshall International, Chicago O’Hare International, New Orleans Louis Armstrong International, Pittsburgh International, San Juan, Puerto Rico International, Tampa International and Dallas-Fort Worth International all join the list as the U.S. eases longstanding rstrictions on Cuban travel....
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An Effort to Save Hemingway’s Cuban Home

January 27, 2011
An Effort to Save Hemingway’s Cuban Home

Hemingway’s home in Cuba has been suffering from decades of neglect in the tropical heat. But CNN reports that Cuba is working to protect the home, with some help from Americans, including the granddaughter of Hemingway’s longtime editor, Max Perkins, and Bob Vila, a guy who knows a thing or two about old houses. “It’s...
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Warming Waters Threaten Caribbean

December 1, 2010
Warming Waters Threaten Caribbean

Paris’s cafe culture is mobbed with tourists. The snows of Kilimanjaro are melting. But nowhere are the changes to Hemingway’s world more obvious than in the Caribbean, where global warming is changing the waterways he used to fish and threatening to drown the islands he used to explore. Diplomats from 43 island nations are...
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Is Raul Castro Loosening His Grip Even More?

November 9, 2010
Is Raul Castro Loosening His Grip Even More?

This may be the most revolutionary thing to come out of Cuba since, well, since the revolution. President Raul Castro is calling for a communist party congress in April, reports the BBC, and it seems like an opening up of private enterprise is on the table. “The sixth Congress will concentrate on solving problems...
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‘A Pilgrimage to the Hemingway Myth’

September 13, 2010
‘A Pilgrimage to the Hemingway Myth’

Author Eddy Harris isn’t well-known in America, where he was born, but he’s established a following in France, the country he calls home. He is the author of Mississippi Solo, his chronicle of canoeing down the Mississippi River, and Paris en Black et Noir, a memoir of life as a black American writer living...
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