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  Crossroads Results: Cuba
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14248   Spinning a New Revolution: Cuba Becomes the Bicycle Capital of the Americas  
Christopher P. Baker
Six years ago, the first shipment of "Flying Pigeon" bicycles arrived in Cuba from China. At that time there were only an estimated thirty thousand bicycles in Havana, a city ... Issue Date: 8 / 1996

15030   Mecca of the Antilles: Cuba's Arab Community  
Bill Strubbe and Karen Wald
On Havana''s tree-lined Prado stands a blue building marked by a neon sign declaring "Union Arabe de Cuba" (UAC) in Spanish and Arabic. The union is the thriving focal point of ... Issue Date: 3 / 1996

11265   Possessed with Old Fervor: Santeria in Cuba  
Bill Strubbe
On a faded and crumbling street of Old Havana, from a table in the shade, wizened Rosa Diaz Leon sells leaves and bottles of tinctures. Behind her, her workshop appears to be in ... Issue Date: 9 / 1993

20186   Three Steps Back: Reinventing Cuba  
Marie D. Price and photographed by Rob Crandall
Stalled beside a cane field, an old Chevy refuses to start. Its driver peers anxiously underneath its mammoth hood at an engine that is a monument to ingenuity and geopolitics. ... Issue Date: 1 / 1992

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