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News from Hemingway’s World

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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Lessons from Bar Hemingway

October 31, 2010
Lessons from Bar Hemingway

“What better way to spend a Saturday afternoon in Paris than by learning the secret of the perfect cocktail from one of the world’s greatest barmen?” asks John Brunton, in the Financial Times. Off the top of my head, I can’t come up with a good answer. Brunton spends the day with Colin Peter...
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A View of Hemingway’s Michigan

August 29, 2010
A View of Hemingway’s Michigan

“Hemingway led a glamorous life filled with travel, adventure and famous people, but he always reserved a special place in his memory for the simple summers he’d spent up north.” Those are the words of writer John U. Bacon, who wrote a beautiful portrayal of Hemingway’s old stomping grounds on upper Michigan’s Walloon Lake...
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The Slow Death of Bullfighting

July 29, 2010
The Slow Death of Bullfighting

In a thought-provoking piece, the Christian Science Monitor notes that even as Catalonia has banned bullfighting, Hemingway is still regarded as the sport’s champion. “What would Ernest Hemingway say?” asks writer Marjorie Kehe. “The American author has long been identified with the violent tradition, which he celebrated as a glorious display of courage. Even...
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A Billion Reasons to End the Cuba Embargo

December 22, 2009
A Billion Reasons to End the Cuba Embargo

More on the Cold War over ending the Cold War with Cuba. This from the Associated Press. Cuban officials held a videoconference last week with American tour operators, touting the benefits that could come to U.S. tour companies if the the U.S. would drop the trade embargo. Their take: U.S. tourism companies are missing...
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Cuba Asks DC to let US Fisherman Attend Hemingway Tourney

December 17, 2009
Cuba Asks DC to let US Fisherman Attend Hemingway Tourney

This comes from Escambray, a digital newspaper from Cuba: In a press conference offered Tuesday by Commodore of the Cuban International Nautical Club Jose Miguel Díaz at the Hemingway Marina, he noted that the traditional event is dedicated to the American writer and stressed that Hemingway has become a symbol of fraternal relations between...
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