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Library hosts Cuban political poster display

Lewis noted that he appreciated both the photography based and illustrated posters, believing there to be a place for both.

By James Kinneen
Hometown Weekly Reporter

While these days your Facebook feed is likely filled with political memes, doctored photos, and stories that may...

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Medfield jazzers return from Havana

Members of the Medfield High School jazz band recently returned from a mind-blowing trip to Cuba. [caption id="attachment_18086" align="alignleft" width="600"]The MHS students interacted mostly with the all-girl jazz band at La ENA. Here are some members with Medfield trip shirts they received as gifts. The MHS students interacted...
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Wellesley welcomes ‘Changing Faces of Cuba’

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by Katrina Margolis Hometown Weekly Reporter Recently, relations have begun to change between the United States and Cuba. Photographer Belinda Soncini and author Kip Langello traveled to Cuba to investigate the current state of the country, as well as the perceived changes that will come due to the shifting relationship. Currently on display at the...
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Medfield Jazz Band holding Cuba fundraisers

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Friday, Feb. 3 at 7 p.m. is the ¡Hola Cuba! event in Medfield, and in addition to great Cuban food from El Oriental de Cuba in Jamaica Plain, salsa dance lessons from Meta Movements in Boston (a Cuban-inspired artist collaborative), music by the Medfield High School Jazz Band, and a drink ticket, the...
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BSS Principal joins mission trip to Cuba

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Blessed Sacrament School Principal Jim Spillman spent five days in Cuba last May as part of a mission trip with the Pontifical Mission Societies of the Archdiocese of Boston. Travel to the island country is slowly opening up to Americans, making the journey a unique experience for any American educator. Mr. Spillman was...
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Trip to Cuba

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By Geena Matuson Hometown Weekly Staff Over the last 100 years, the US and Cuba have had a rocky relationship. From the 1898 Spanish-American War ending with Spain ceding its Cuba territory to the US to the political revolts throughout the 1950s to the Cuban Missile Crisis and CIA assassination plots against Fidel Castro in...
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