PODCAST: Cubanisms, by Pedro Menocal

PODCAST: Cubanisms, by Pedro Menocal

Expressed as a map, Cuba’s linguistic heritage would resemble a map of the world. The words and phrases brought to life in Pedro Menocal’s new book, Cubanisms, don’t just step off the page but out of the undulating, living landscape of Cuba, past and present. Click here to read the Cuba Journal’s review of Cubanisms.

Get to the Cuban Resorts in Cayo Santa Maria from the Bucolic Town of Santa Clara

Get to the Cuban Resorts in Cayo Santa Maria from the Bucolic Town of Santa Clara

Centrally-located Santa Clara, Cuba’s 5th-largest city, is an emerging destination for travelers from the U.S. Recent expansion of commercial flights from the U.S. to Cuba have contributed to the city’s recent surge in tourism. JetBlue, American, Southwest, Silver, and Sun Country all fly to Santa Clara – most daily, some weekly. While the city lacks … Read more

What is the U.S.-Cuba Trade and Economic Council?

What is the U.S.-Cuba Trade and Economic Council?

Conceived in 1993 and established in 1994, the U.S.-Cuba Trade and Economic Council provides the U.S. business community with information and analysis on matters of interest regarding U.S.-Cuba commercial, economic, and political relations. The U.S.-Cuba Trade and Economic Council does not take positions with respect to U.S.- Cuba political relations.  The organization is a private, … Read more

JetBlue Launches More Nonstop Cuba Flights

JetBlue Launches More Nonstop Cuba Flights

JetBlue continued its expansion in Cuba Thursday with the launch of new daily nonstop flights between Fort Lauderdale and Frank Pais Airport in Holguin. Holguin becomes the third city served in Cuba from JetBlue’s focus city in Fort Lauderdale. The carrier is now operating 42 nonstop flights each week between the two countries, with more … Read more