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As part of his effort to normalize relations with communist Cuba, President Obama wants to make it easier for Americans to travel there. But there’s still some confusion. So the Administration wants folks to bring their questions to the Twittersphere.

U.S. tourist travel to Cuba is still illegal. But Americans have long been able to travel there if they obtained U.S. government permission for purposes like family visits or academic exchanges.

South Florida Hits The 40s -- And We Can't Handle It

Feb 20, 2015
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This morning, Miami hit the low 40s -- an unusually low forecast for the so-called Sunshine State.

Thin-skinned South Floridians have flocked to the Twittersphere to complain. Here are a few of your frigid grievances--and a few responses from even colder out-of-towners.    

State Archives of Florida / Florida Memory, floridamemory.com/items/show/163687

I’m a Northern California boy, through and through. I grew up ten minutes north of Berkeley, went to college at Davis, about forty five minutes away, and then was fortunate enough to have the industry I went to school for bloom around me. I spent my post-university career living around the Bay Area, the last four years in the Mission in San Francisco. I am attuned to things that are uniquely San Francisco: burritos, surly Asian women serving me pho, co-workers into fringe politics, passive-aggressiveness.

O, Miami Headlines Poetry Month: Here's How To Celebrate

Apr 2, 2013

 

Today kicks off National Poetry Month, and O, Miami -- the biennial, South Florida poetry festival -- has lined up a myriad of creative ways to deliver a poem to every single person in the city.

Basel One-Liners: It's Not A Spice Convention

Dec 9, 2012
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We're scouring Twitter for some brief, but opinionated, feeds on what people think about Art Basel. Here are some gems we've found: