I did a double take: the statue of the flamenco dancer, hewn from concrete, was smiling at us with a set of distinctly human teeth. It was positively eerie. Then it struck me that this statue and its toothy smile encapsulates what Cuba is all about.
I was on my maiden trip to the island with a people-to-people study group called Road Scholars, and we were standing outside the Muraleado community center
near Havana. The ebullient director explained that in putting together this thriving, hopping center from scratch – a scarred hillside, an abandoned water tank – folks had, of read more >>>
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