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A Pebble in Your Shoe

A Pebble in Your Shoe by Eduardo Cerviño Cuba has been to the United States like a tiny pebble in a soldier’s boot: not big enough to stop and remove, yet increasingly bothersome as the soldier marches on. The Caribbean … Continue reading

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Forty-Five Years Is a Long Time

Forty-Five Years Is a Long Time by Eduardo Cerviño Alzugaray Cuba is a nation frozen in time. For tourists visiting the island for a couple weeks, this is part of the charm. After all, some of the buildings you may … Continue reading

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Cuban Cigars

Cuban Cigars by Eduardo Cerviño The room behind the garage was my favorite childhood hiding place. Boxes, trunks, children’s toys going back several generations were store there. Magazines from WWII and furniture packed the room up to the ceiling. Growing … Continue reading

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