Signs of change in Havana as the U.S. prepares to re-open their embassy. CBS4 anchor Rick Folbaum is in the capital city for the official flag raising ceremony and noticed something significant right across the street from the building which houses the embassy.
The first track on the yet-to-be-released album “Cuba: The Conversation Continues” is called “The Triumphant Journey.” And the man behind the music will make a special journey of his own Friday to Cuba.
Cuba has been closed off for so long but little by little, it’s starting to open up.
What most Americans take for granted, Cubans are just now getting a taste of – the World Wide Web.
As preps are underway for the reopening of the Cuban embassy, there are mixed feelings about the American flag flying in the island nation.
Cuban-American poet, and South Florida native, Richard Blanco is going to participate in the re-opening of the U.S. Embassy in Havana Friday.
With 48 hours to go before the American embassy officially open in Havana, CBS4’s Rick Folbaum arrived in the island nation.
Just two days before Secretary of State John Kerry raises the American flag at the re-opening of the U.S. Embassy in Havana, some Republican South Florida congressional leaders are calling the historic event an offensive, shameful spectacle.
Preparations are underway at the U.S. Embassy in Havana for Friday’s ceremonial raising of the American flag.
Dissidents in Cuba have not been invited to attend Friday’s historic flag-raising by Secretary of State John Kerry at the U.S. Embassy in Havana.