Hawaii.- As Hawaii becomes a destination for same-sex couples in other states beginning December 2nd, the local tourism industry is expected to benefit from the approval of the bill legalizing and recognizing gay couples ties with over 217 million dollars over the next three years.
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Bridgetown.- The Caribbean Tourism Organization (CTO) is marking the regional Tourism Month this November with an open call to local authorities to integrate and promote the area as ‘One Sea, One Voice, One Caribbean’.
On the evening of last Thursday, the assistant director of the Provincial Department of Culture of Havana, Raiza del Campo Rodríguez, granted to the Havana’s Jazz Café the award that refers to the most tropical of the gypsies and the famous work by Cuban painter Víctor Manuel.
The Cuban Bis Music recording company and the Cuba Ron company signed a strategic alliance in the context of the 31st Havana International Trade Fair (FIHAV 2013) to promote several of the island’s rums associated to the image of renowned Cuban musicians.
Havana.- Cubans gave a cautious welcome Tuesday to plans to phase out the country’s confounding dual currency system as part of reforms aimed at fixing the island’s economy, according to the U.S. network NBC News.
Miami.- The Miami Broward Jr. Carnival succeeded this year, again, in celebrating young people and their culture at Central Broward Regional Park, local media reported.