Havana


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Havana

a dark chocolate-colored meat and fur rabbit weighing about 6 lb.
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The outbound flight departs from Beijing at 14:00 and arrives in Montreal at 13:40 and Havana at 20:15.
On Halloween day, we'll celebrate our 6th Annual Spooky Walk Trick-or-Treating Event from noon-4pm at the Gardens on Havana (Mississippi and Havana).
Likewise, careless port activities and improper industrial and urban waste disposal for decades around Havana Bay have converted it into one of the most polluted ports in the world.
The souring of relations between Cuba and the USA, its near neighbour, 50 years ago has made Havana appear like a city that has stopped in time with its dependence on old-style technology.
Meanwhile, Bacardi acquired the rights to the Havana Club name from the Arechabala family (in exile in the United States) and applied for a U.
From Havana Club mojito classes to Cuban photo exhibitions, there's a lot going on.
Sam has made 29 journeys to Havana and has brought the flavors back with him, offering what he dubs, "the saveur de Cuba.
Only a few artists attempted to interact directly with the living conditions of Havana or their own city or country of origin: The Havana-based artists' group Department of Public Interventions staged several events in public places in Cuba's capital; Mauricio Dias and Walter Riedweg's video Devotionalia, 1995-2003, documented a project for which the artists worked with inner-city youths in Rio de Janeiro, producing plaster casts of hands and feet to learn about creativity and regain a sense of self; and Mexican-born artist Pablo Helguera presented Instituto de la Telenovela: Fase Habana (El Derecho de Nacer) (Soap Opera Institute: Havana Phase [The Right to Be Born]), 2003, a long-term research project about the impact of the telenovela on Latin American culture.
announced plans to close its Havana Foundry, Havana, Ill.
Two years later she established a school in Havana, and since then the company and school have consistently produced whole generations of outstanding dancers.
In response to the English seizure of Havana in 1762 administrative reforms were undertaken to bolster defensive capabilities, and these were accompanied by a surge in Crown expenditures on fortifications and infrastructure projects.
Born in Havana in 1788, Varela became a leading educator and patriot.