It may take a lifting of the embargo to fully invest Cuba’s energy sector, but cracks in the regulations offer opportunities even now.
Young Cubans are learning tricks of the bartending trade through an immersive course.
Despite many limitations, Cuba’s entrepreneurs are developing a middle class.
Utilizing a well-documented itinerary of activities, US yachters can sail to Cuba for environmental research, education, and conservation.
The port cities of Mobile and Havana have a history of trade and cultural exchange dating back three centuries.
Of all the facilities at the Texas Medical Center, few show more potential of linking with Cuba than Baylor’s School of Tropical Medicine.
The Houston Airport System is a key part of the city’s transportation system. It could also be a part of Cuba’s system.
Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner visited Cuba with a trade delegation in September 2016. These are his impressions.
Spring Hill College on the outskirts of Mobile had a role in introducing baseball to the island.
Soon to be 25 years old, the Society Mobile-La Habana forged the first U.S.-Cuba sister city, and has since encouraged other U.S. cities to follow suit.
The military has a huge role in the economy, but some analysts say it’s much less than originally reported