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 port cities of Mobile and Havana have a history of trade and cultural exchange dating back three centuries.
A U.S. talent agency is trying to become the first American company to recruit Cubans on a ‘large scale’ in decades.
Cuba is known for exporting many things: rum, cigars and music. Now add this: tattoos
Cubans are embracing soccer, despite the country’s fondness for baseball––and its unusual political history with the beautiful game.
The latest exhibition of post-revolution Cuban art on display at Houston’s Museum of Fine Arts is a testimony to time and displacement.
American filmmakers are overcoming logistical hurdles in order to shoot in locations that were previously off-limits.
Though Hurricane Ike battered Gibara nearly a decade ago, the town has recovered splendidly and much of its old colonial core remains intact.