Tuesday, February 16, 2010

Odds and ends

  • Veteran New York Timesman Stephen Kinzer writes about returning to “a different Cuba” after 25 years, where people complain out in the open

  • AFP: Cuba and Spain will continue talks on human rights on Thursday in Madrid.

  • The Toronto Star takes a long look at Cuban baseball’s talent drain. In passing, it cites this report that a Boston Red Sox executive was in Cuba.

  • It’s good to have a reporter in the neighborhood; Tracey Eaton digs up the details on the Key West-Havana windsurfer story. Nothing to do with Cuba, but this sea journey is a lot more interesting.

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