Who’s Really Running Cuba? Not the New President
Gérard Depardieu Defends His Bromance with Putin
In a wild interview with Lloyd Grove, the French acting legend defends his friendship with Putin, shares Holocaust conspiracy theories, and much more.
Love Supply and Demand
Cuba to Citizens: Have More Sex
Cuba needs to copulate. Here’s how friends of Fidel, and other governments with population problems, try to encourage end-game intercourse.
The Scared Boy in the Photograph
The new doc ‘Elián,’ premiering at the Tribeca Film Festival, examines the story of the boy torn between two countries and the power struggle that ensued (plus an odd Trump cameo).
Celebrities’ Blind Spot on Cuba
On social media, celebrities laud the quaint poverty of Cuba while ignoring that real life for most Cubans is a daily grind of hustling for money and food.
Can Latino Americans Ever Come Together?
‘Latino community’? As has never been clearer, we’re a few different communities. And we need to start listening to one another more than we have been.
UP IN AIR
Trump: Don’t Backtrack on Cuba
Things have gotten worse in Cuba since Obama’s opening, not better. But Trump shouldn’t just re-shut the door. There’s a middle way.
Hollywood, Havana and Me
Trying to discern common sense and common humanity through the fog of sensation and anger.