Plus crypto continues to take hold, the 45th and final body has been recovered from Hotel Saratoga, $100 cigars, and Ukraine's continued impact on Cuba.
Author - El Equipo
Hola todo el mundo. Sometimes our stories are sourced from multiple people on our team. Or, we like to keep you guessing... You know... anonymous. And, for that, soy el escritora; "El Equipo." We exist to amplify the voices of writers, photographers, and content creators in the space between the United States and Cuba, and we also feature stories from Puerto Rico, Latin America, and the Latinx community in the US. Topics of interest are personality-driven and include pop culture and music, featured current events, climate and the environment, and travel and tastemakers. Oh, and of course we're always 100% independent. No governments, businesses or other influencing factors play a role in our work.
Cuba's colors, culture and landscape attracts photographers, photojournalists and photography workshops from around the world. Do you fit into any of these buckets?
With over 65,000 Cuban migrants reaching the United States since November, the US hopes to ease logistical and political pressures.
Cuba's COVID-19 restrictions have been lifted, making travel easier. Are you going?
"One factor is the failure of the United States to provide a viable alternative — in the form of broad political and economic engagement — to Russia’s influence in these...
Unfamiliar and alone, Cuban and Russian rappers are being forced to leave their countries and find their way in a new city. New country.
What's going to happen to Cuba's tourism sector when their Russian sugar daddy economy is in need of a sugar daddy itself?
We agree with sanctioning the shit out of Russia for their invasion of Ukraine. From Napoleon to WWI and Cuba they've been used as a tool. How effective are they though?
Tip toeing, with some carefully selected words, the Cuban government blamed the U.S. for the crisis in Ukraine.
Why in the world would we ask you about your skincare routine? Well, in a society that bombards us with messaging that values youth, why wouldn't we?
Ramos wasn't turned back in her home country of Cuba. She was denied boarding on an American Airlines flight in Miami.
With almost 300 of you voicing your opinion about travel to Cuba, here's who you said benefits most from tourism to Cuba; the people or the government.
The irony is that in 2000 when you could not find a Cuban sandwich anywhere in New York City, the tiny joint on Elizabeth St. was a savior.
Any headline with the letters C.I.A. in it gives us a funny feeling but alas, the agency claims that Russia doesn't have anything to do with the so called Havana...
Airbnb has agreed to settle with the U.S. government on allegations that it violated U.S. OFAC sanctions imposed on Cuba. Y más.