Two for Tuesday: One...

In January 2006, fifteen Cubans clung for safety on the Seven Mile Bridge after their homemade boat was in danger of sinking. The group attempted to flee Cuba via the Florida Straits, hoping that they could make it safely to the U.S. with “dry feet.” When a Coast Guard found the group...

Two for Tuesday: The...

90 Miles to Cuba; Southernmost Point, Continental U.S., Key West, FL. Amongst tourists flocking from much more than 90 miles away, I visited the Southernmost Point of the U.S. in Key West this past winter. I thought like a tourist—I posed for a picture and maybe even took a selfie in front of...

Throwback Thursday: ...

Great Scott! Any Back to the Future fan is excited to be living in our modern time. Although we don’t have any (real) hover boards, legitimate power laced Nikes or self-drying clothes, we do have a Cubs team that is vying to make a run for the World Series (can you say Kris Bryant and Jake...

Pope Francis Wraps U...

Ahead of his highly anticipated tour of the United States, which begins today in Washington, D.C., Pope Francis kicked off his swing through the Western Hemisphere Saturday, arriving in Cuba. The Pope has largely been credited as a catalyst in the continuing thaw in U.S.-Cuba relations,...

Throwback Thursday: ...

The United States is headed towards being a majority-minority nation within the next three decades. This has major implications for brands, as the new majority-minority will wield incredible buying power (the Hispanic market alone is expected to hit $1.5 trillion in 2015). Lots of companies...