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News from Hemingway’s World

Twilight of the Big Game?

September 14, 2011
Twilight of the Big Game?

Author Fred Waitzkin says as a boy learning the ropes of big game fishing, he was “fired up by the Odyssean blue-water conquests of Ernest Hemingway.” Waitzkin writes a loving portrait of big-game fishing, with overtones of the demise of big-game fish, on outsideonline.com. 
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Free Drinks at Hemingway’s!

August 16, 2011
Free Drinks at Hemingway’s!

A toast to liquid diplomacy! The Atlantic reports that the Cuban Interest Section (which would under normalized circumstances be called the Cuban Embassy) in Washington, D.C. is opening Hemingway’s Bar on Oct. 6, an invitation-only joint that, because Americans are forbidden from giving money to Cubans, will offer free drinks.  
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Spanish Judge Garzon Challenges Case Against Him

April 6, 2011
Spanish Judge Garzon Challenges Case Against Him

Photo courtesy Flickr user Elfer. Spanish Judge Baltasar Garzon is asking the European Court of Human Rights to overturn his prosecution for looking into Franco-era crimes — the latest indication that the ghosts of the Spanish civil war are still alive in Spain. Garzon had launched a probe in the disappearance of tens of...
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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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In Venice, Heritage Wins Over Cruise Ships

March 15, 2011
In Venice, Heritage Wins Over Cruise Ships

It’s been a hard struggle for Venice to cling to any sense of authenticity amid the throngs of tourists. Every year, more and more tourists come. Every year, fewer and fewer Venetians can afford to live there year-round. The quiet markets in back alleyways serving locals are gone. The fish market at the Rialto...
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