The Chicago Harp Quartet (CHQ) will be spending a weeklong residency from May 29 June 4 in Cuba. The island nation, a country of 11 million people, today has only one harp teacher and only four pedal harps, and those are in disrepair.
Direct, nonstop flights to Havana from various U.S. cities will being in November.
Starting today, AT&T customers can talk, text and use data while in Cuba. AT&T follows Verizon, Sprint and T-Mobile offering roaming capability in the island nation.
Delta will begin daily service to Havana, Cuba, from Atlanta, Miami and New York–JFK on Dec. 1, 2016, following today’s announcement by the U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT).
According to a in the Miami Herald, American Airlines and JetBlue have received final approval from the Cuban government to begin commercial airline service to several airports on the island.
While the president's first lines, emphasizing the need for the world to "unite" in the face of terrorism, were certainly moving, it was Obama's mention of José Martí's poem "White Rose"...
Like today’s old world Havana streetscapes, Cuba’s Gardens of the Queen recall Caribbean diving of a time past when reefs were bountiful and pristine.
It is a place that we have dreamed of visiting. We are offering you an opportunity to visit Havana and be among the frst to explore the lush underwater depths of Cuba’s frst-rate Marine Protected Area Jardines de la Reina or Gardens of the Queen.
If Christopher Columbus was alive today, the only place he would recognise on our planet would be Jardines de la Reina, “the Gardens of the Queen”, an archipelago of a thousand low-lying islands embraced by lush mangrove swamps. In his exploration of the Americas
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