Fidel Castro made a rare public appearance during a cheese summit on Friday. The former Cuban president’s outing comes just three days after his brother, Raul Castro, announced a formal agreement to normalize diplomatic relations with the United States. Show More Summary
The former Cuban president met with 19 cheese masters last week. Cheese can convince a number of people to get out of bed, including Fidel Castro, the ailing former president of Cuba. According to the New York Times, the 88-year-oldShow More Summary
Put the rumors to rest, Fidel Castro is still alive and kicking … and all it took to get the 88-year-old dictator out of hiding was some putrefied dairy. Castro spoke for 4 hours in Guatao, Cuba -- a little about U.S. relations, bu...
"But do you seriously think manchego is better than roquefort?" If you want to get Fidel Castro out of his bedroom, apparently all you've got to do is dangle a wedge of Pecorino in front of him. Just days after it was announced thatShow More Summary
Although Fidel Castro has retreated from the public eye in recent years, he made a rare appearance last week to weigh in on one of the most important matters of our time: cheese. The former president of Cuba met with a coterie of cheese...Show More Summary
A rare public appearance by Fidel Castro made headlines over the weekend. The former Cuban dictator who turned power over to his brother in the last few years has been one who has been out of the public eye since the handover. TheseShow More Summary
Cuban state television captured a rare public appearance by former leader Fidel Castro on Saturday at a convention of cheese connoisseurs, where he spoke for four hours over the weekend in the town of Guatao, near Havana. The meeting was more than just a discussion about cheddar, gruyere, and provolone. Show More Summary
Cuba's former president Fidel Castro made a rare public appearance, while attending a meeting with cheese-makers during a food summit held in Havana, Cuba.
Cuban state television broadcast images Saturday of former president Fidel Castro meeting cheese experts during a rare trip outside his Havana home. Seemingly alert and sharp, the 88 year old was shown seated at a panel organized by the Food Industry Ministry’s research institute on Friday,...
HAVANA (Reuters) - Former Cuban President Fidel Castro, 88, visited 19 cheese masters for four hours on Friday in a rare trip outside his Havana home, official media reported on Saturday.
In news that probably ought to seem a lot more exciting to Cold War Babbies like Yr Wonkette, President Obama announced today that the U.S. and Cuba have finalized arrangements to reopen embassies in each other’s countries. And while...Show More Summary
It’s more than appropriate comparing Barack Obama to Fidel Castro – after all dictators of a feather. Obama truly loves Castro and Cuba as the restoration of relations with the
In his book, “A Time for Truth,” Senator Cruz of Texas writes of his father, a 1950s Cuban revolutionary who longed to join Mr. Castro’s army.
AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — Ted Cruz's father Rafael was once a 1950s Cuban revolutionary who longed to slip into the island's eastern mountains and join Fidel Castro's guerrilla army. In his new book, "A Time For Truth," the firebrand Texas...Show More Summary
Fidel Castro and the Cuban government hosted American food companies in September, 2002 at the US Food & Agribu siness Exhibition — the first food trade fair of its kind in the long-forbidden market. Nearly 300 US bus iness organizations...Show More Summary
Cuba Libre! — because nothing screams freedom like charicatures of Fidel Castro and Che Guevera Paul McCartney’s fashion designer daughter... The post Stella McCartney’s Anti-Cruelty Fashion Line Celebrates Marxist Killers Fidel Castro & Che Guevera appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.
Sitting in Havana's Revolution Square is the original Soviet-made SAU-100 tank Fidel Castro used during America's failed Bay of Pigs invasion. Shortly before midnight on April 16, 1961, a brigade of 1,500 CIA-trained Cuban exiles attempted...Show More Summary
HAVANA (Reuters) - Cuban President Raul Castro's son has emerged as one of his father's closest aides, taking on an increasingly important role reminiscent of the one Raul used to play for his older brother Fidel Castro.
While Fidel Castro used to deliver his marathon seven-hour speeches in Havana, Cubans used to joke that if Spanish lacked a future tense their leader would be speechless. He was only fluent in broken promises, they lamented. It's been...Show More Summary
Yoan Capote: Collective Unconscious (installation view), Jack Shainman Gallery, May 28 –July 10, 2015. Courtesy of Jack Shainman Gallery, New York. 3,000 recycled door hinges meld together to create Cuban artist Yoan Capote's supersized bust of Fidel Castro, Immanence. Show More Summary