More in Cuba
As the United Nations issued its yearly condemnation of the 56-year U.S. trade embargo against Cuba on Thursday, the Trump administration today announced new economic sanctions …
Silversea Cruises, a high-end, luxury cruise line, will be joining the flotilla of cruise ships making ports of call in Cuba.
Early reports from Pinar del Río, the province where Cuba’s finest tobacco is produced, indicate that there has been no significant damage from the passage of Hurricane Michael.
The 2019 Festival de Habanos will be held from Monday, February 18 to Friday, February 22 in Havana, Cuba, Habanos S.A. confirmed today.
Miguel Díaz-Canel, Cuba’s first post-Castro era president, arrived in New York this week to address the U.N. General Assembly.
The U.S. State Department softened its Cuba travel advisory to a Level 2 ranking.
The number of U.S. citizens visiting Cuba in June 2018 reached 68,000, a 5 percent increase from 12 months earlier, according to published reports based on Cuban tourism statistic…
An extraordinarily wet and humid May has damaged Cuba’s premium tobacco crop, nearly all of which was curing in barns.
Prince of Smoke, a documentary by Matthew Gelb, follows Hirochi Robaina during the first weeks of harvest at the Robaina Farm.