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Havana's Auto Heaven

Havana's Auto Heaven

On the Streets of the Gas-Rationed Cuban Capital, '57 Chevys and Classic De Sotos Are Still a Common Sight

March 1, 1998
Smoking with the Enemy

Smoking with the Enemy

As One Cigar Aficionado Discovered, U.S.customs is playing hardball with smugglers of Cuban cigars

November 1, 1997
Che's Habanos

Che's Habanos

During his Years in the Jungle, Cigars Were Che Guevara's Faithful Companion

September 1, 1997
Great Moments: Hemingway's Captain

Great Moments: Hemingway's Captain

Even now when I envision Cuba, I recall in vivid detail the descriptions of the island offered by Ernest Hemingway in his novels. The fishing boats crisscrossing the deep, dark …

March 1, 1997
Mooching Cubans

Mooching Cubans

Requesting Free Havanas Takes Stealth, Diplomacy and a Healthy Lack of Shame

March 1, 1996
The Cuba Stalemate

The Cuba Stalemate

A Former State Department Expert on Cuba Calls the Embargo an Idea Whose Time Has Passed

March 1, 1996
Opening the Door to Cuba

Opening the Door to Cuba

The Clinton administration did a courageous thing in early October. It took advantage of a clause in the Cuban Democracy Act of 1992 that calls for more people-to-people contact …

December 1, 1995
Forbidden Land

Forbidden Land

While Cuba Remains Off-Limits to Americans, Havana and the Island's Beaches Draw Tourists from the Rest of the World

September 1, 1995
Trading With The Enemy

Trading With The Enemy

It May Sound Like a Heinous Crime, but Thousands of Americans Violate the Cuban Embargo Every Year

September 1, 1994