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Communism in Cuba
Author of European travel guidebooks and host of travel shows ...
Part of being a tourist in Cuba is sorting out the puzzle of its ideology and its struggling economy. With the country opening up to tourism, softening its controls on society, and preparing for the inevitable end of the Castro era, traveling here is filled with fun and curious insights.
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A Better Life
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Che and the "Original Sin" of the Intellectuals
Publisher of 14ymedio, independent newspaper in Cuba
The Faces and Style of the Latin American Poker Tour (LAPT)
Tournament poker is also about big personalities. At the LAPT, the personalities are even bigger.
Benicio Del Toro Looks to Cannes, Getting Behind the Camera
Ashley Wren Collins
Freelance journalist & author
Cannes is set to kick-off this evening with the premiere of Ridley Scott's
, starring Russell Crowe and Cate Blanchett. Ridley's movie is not in competition, but the premiere is destined to bring the stars out in droves.
Spiritual Leader of the Church of Stop Shopping
Aung San Sun Kyi, Nelson Mandela, Chief Joseph, Harvey Milk -- teach us! Revolution aint what it used to be.
DC's Best Graffiti of 2009
Social Media Pro with serious creative energy
DC represented big in 2009, and themes in our street art reflected important issues: problems of homelessness, DC's non-state status, and few (but expanding) outlets for public art.
The Common Threads of
With television series now generally at least as good as if not better than feature films, there are fewer reasons to drive to a theater. But you'll never see anything at home like
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The Best Actor and Best Movie of 2008 Weren't Even Nominated
The most amazing "performance" of 2008 was that of Benicio del Toro as
-- which, for my dough, was also the movie of the year.
The Movie, Exquisitely Detailed: It's Not Just One Film, It's Two, Though a Little Bit Overdone
Screenwriter; former member, WGAW Board of Directors; former U...
Benicio Del Toro is magnetic and haunting as Che, but he has the difficult task of communicating to us through subtitles, as most of the film is told in Spanish.
New "Che" Trailer: 4+ Hours Of Benicio (VIDEO)
Soderbergh's "Che": Masterwork Or Folly?
Lawrence of Latin America
Benicio del Toro, the moody and mesmerizing Marlon Brando-ish actor whose work keeps getting deeper and more fascinating, is certain to stir Oscar talk for his performance as Che Guevara.
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