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News from Hemingway’s World

Warming Oceans Threaten Corals

March 1, 2011
Warming Oceans Threaten Corals

The Gulf waters where Hemingway used to love to fish are changing. Global warming is heating up the waters, and that’s been bad news for the coral reefs that underpin the aquatic ecosystem. Recently, National Geographic listed the beautiful elkhorn coral among Ten U.S. Species Feeling Global Warming’s Heat. “Elkhorn coral once formed the backbone...
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Bullfighting’s Messiah?

February 6, 2011
Bullfighting’s Messiah?

“What is needed in bullfighting to-day,” Hemingway wrote, “is a complete bullfighter who is at the same time an artist to save it from the specialists … What it needs is a god to drive the half-gods out. But waiting for a messiah is a long business …” Bullfighting may have that messiah now...
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Hemingway’s Footprint on Cody Preserved

February 4, 2011
Hemingway’s Footprint on Cody Preserved

When Ev and Susan Diehl took over a historic inn in Cody, Wyo., they found plenty of clutter in the basement, and a few treasures hidden amid it. One of them was Ernest Hemingway’s signature on the guest registry. He signed in on Oct. 16, 1932. “It was here that Hemingway mailed the final...
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Bimini Game Club Reopens in Hemingway’s Image

January 31, 2011
Bimini Game Club Reopens in Hemingway’s Image

When Hemingway was trolling the Gulf for big fish, Bimini was one of his top stops, and the the Bimini Game Club was top of the itinerary. Guy Harvey Outpost Resorts have reopened the club, and with help from Hemingway descendants, remodeled it in Hemingway style.
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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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