Seeking the Jews of Cuba
As U.S. Jewish tourism to Cuba explodes, Cuban Jewish communities struggle to keep up
Tablet Magazine, May 13, 2015
Our bags, tagged for Cuba, were crammed with things we were told Jewish Cubans needed: antibiotics, pain relievers, reading glasses, pens and pencils, art supplies, Spanish children’s books on Hanukkah, guitar strings, baseballs, and deflated soccer balls, each with its own inflation pin taped to the side. Heavy on pharmaceuticals, our luggage was light on bathing suits. The fabled beaches of Cuba, filled with Canadian and European tourists sipping mojitos, were not for us. United States policy has limited travel to Cuba since 1963… More
Library Journal Book Reviews
“Nature’s Clocks,” “Dinosaur Odyssey,” “Eco-Barons,” and More
Unlocking the charm of Gulf’s Cedar Key
Vast, wild marshlands and an island of indolence prove to be fine nesting grounds for waterfowl and artists — and tourists who appreciate both.
The Los Angeles Times, October 20, 2002
Cedar Key, Fla. – “We came to Cedar Key from Tampa with an Audubon tour,” said Connie Crane, an artist staffing the counter at the Cedar Keyhole gallery cooperative. “I saw a cat lying in the middle of the street nursing her kittens, and I said, ‘Oh, that’s the kind of town I want to live in.’” And now she does… More
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