Open Source with Christopher Lydon
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January 8, 2015
Can we live with Cuba? Even learn from it?
January 16, 2009
One Man’s Mix of Cuban Music: Roberto...
I asked Roberto Zurbano for the impossible: a short course on Cuban music. Say, a flight across the 60 years since Chano Pozo met Dizzy...|
January 6, 2009
Enchantment and Ruin: Mario Coyula’s Havana
Havana by now can be imagined as one city in two countries. The fiery splendor of Old Havana has emptied money and momentum and much...|
January 5, 2009
Our Music Man in Havana: Bobby Carcasses
The polite name for it was folklore, but it was the daily stuff of peoples’ lives. Dancing and music were never very far away, It...|
March 17, 2008
Cuba on our Minds (III): David Kaiser’s...
The journalist and diplomat William Attwood is the exceptional spirit in David Kaiser‘s new history of the JFK assassination, The Road to Dallas. Attwood leaps...|
March 13, 2008
Cuba for the Long Run (II): Adrian...
Adrian Lopez Denis finds it laughable that even the best of the Anglo-American media, The Economist and The New Yorker, made iconic covers of cigar...|
March 12, 2008
What’s Coming in Cuba (I) Patrick Symmes
Is Cuba, after Fidel Castro, in for a Velvet Revolution? or a civil war? or more of the same? Click to listen to Chris’s conversation...|
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