4/2/2008 10:33 AM ET
Thank goodness for that: "By the time [director Jules Dassin] wrote and directed "Never on Sunday," a comedy about a good-hearted prostitute, the anti-Communist witch hunt in the United States had ...
3/12/2008 11:57 AM ET
A profile of Carmen Palaez, an anti-Castro playright: "The play was her retort to the fascination with Che T-shirts, solidarity tours to Cuba and the endless praise of the revolution's twin ...
3/1/2008 7:41 AM ET
Plus "Unfounded Rumors" About Swift Boat Vets & The Spanish Inquisition
2/20/2008 2:55 PM ET
The Times wonders: Is the more reserved Cuban-American community in Miami no longer angry at "President" Castro?
2/19/2008 11:14 AM ET
"His record has been a mix of great social achievements, but a dismal economic performance that has mired most Cubans in poverty. He succeeded in establishing universal health care, providing free ...
10/10/2007 7:25 AM ET
Che Guevara chic still reigns at the Times: The "revolutionary icon" is at least being "used to inspire the next generation of Cubans."
9/12/2007 1:20 PM ET
"...Hollywood still quarrels over the heroes and villains of its Red Scare."
9/5/2007 10:46 AM ET
What sort of "strong incentives" apply in a Communist dictatorship? Reporter Simon Romero doesn't ask, but does talk about the "free" health care and education in Cuba.
6/21/2007 8:27 AM ET
That's the ludicrous description the Times gives to Vilma Espin, the wife of Cuban leader Raul Castro.
6/11/2007 11:25 AM ET
A strange choice of words to characterize a pro-US country.