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Port of Miami ready to operate ferries to Cuba

The Port of Miami has begun preparations to operate daily ferries to Cuba, although no US company has yet been authorized by the government of the island, reported on Tuesday the local media Miami Herald. Read More

The Cuban son back to the US by the hand of Eliades Ochoa

The Cuban singer and guitarist Eliades Ochoa, a member of traditional music project Buena Vista Social Club, recorded two albums with popular songs that have all "tastiness" of the province of "musical island". Read More

US allowes export credits to Cuba

The new regulations announced by the United States towards Cuba allowing the granting of credits and easing travel restrictions by US citizens to the island are positive but do not yet pose a significant change on the US economic, commercial and financial blockade of the island. Read More

US telecom companies can now provide services to Cuba

The Federal Communications Commission said Friday it has removed Cuba from its "exclusion list," allowing US companies to provide telecommunication services to the Caribbean country without separate approval from the agency. Read More

Is Cuba prepared for boom of American tourism?

Cuba may not be ready to accommodate the onslaught of American visitors. Read More

"Santeria": The new series to be filmed in Cuba by an American chain

The US television network Starz announced that, as part of a strategy to diversify its programming and reach the Latino audience, it will produce the series Santeria, set in Cuba and its religious landscape. Read More

Tropicana comes to the US for the first time in 32 years

More than a dozen Cuban dancers of the famous Tropicana cabaret, will be presented by the New Year celebrations in El Tucan, another renowned cabaret located in Miami, Florida. Read More

MLB asks special permission to hire players in Cuba

Fortunately for baseball, Major League Baseball has been taken as a priority to normal the hiring of Cuban baseball players in Cuba, who are forced to move to a third country to aspire to join the ranks of MLB teams. Read More

An American Travels To Cuba PART 2

Watch now and find out exactly what life is like inside this elusive country. Read More

The MLB's Goodwill Trip to Cuba

Cuban-born players Yasiel Puig, Jose Abreu, Alexei Ramirez and Brayan Pena were joined by fellow big-leaguers Clayton Kershaw, Nelson Cruz and Miguel Cabrera as they toured the island. Read More

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