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How Surfers Hope to Compete for Cuba

How Surfers Hope to Compete for Cuba

Surfing in Cuba is a legal gray area; it's illegal however very loosely enforced. As their government strives to stabilize, a few surfers are making their case to compete in the 2020 Olympics.

Dear Cuba: Please Never Lose Your Magic

Dear Cuba: Please Never Lose Your Magic

When Caspar Schaede left for Cuba to film, La Obra, he wasn't expecting to experience the wonderful hospitality that was offered to him. This film is an attempt to summarize what he learned and explored; though for him, it still feels rough and imperfect.

The 28 Best Trips of 2016

The 28 Best Trips of 2016

From epic skiing in Antarctica to a lazy beer-fueled canoe trip in North Carolina, these are the best places to visit this year

The Outside Guide to 2016

The Outside Guide to 2016

The year ahead will be filled with goggles that guide us down the ski hill, stoves that could save humanity, and Kubrickian pods that will carry us to the edge of space

The Golden Age of Havana Is Now

The Golden Age of Havana Is Now

With Airbnb and Yelp already operating in Cuba's capital, will hordes of American tourists sipping McDaiquiris ruin the very authenticity that draws us to the rebel island nation? Allow us to explain why you should go now—before Cuba changes, while it changes, and because you will change it yourself.

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