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Sunday, August 02, 2015

You're the queen of the underground

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* Illinois' own Havana dreams of linking arms with tropical counterpart:

Once the rural playground for Chicago's captains of commerce and Al Capone's gangland lieutenants, the Illinois River town of Havana is dreaming big once again.
Mayor Brenda Stadsholt, a former high school guidance counselor, wants this rural hamlet of 3,200 to become a sister city with the legendary beach-and-nightlife mecca of Havana, Cuba.
Pie in the sky for a town dominated by grain elevators and surrounded by fields of green beans, watermelons and cabbages? Stadsholt thinks not.

* For better or worse, it's all about to change. Photos: Cuba's moment of transition.

* And you can send me dead flowers every morning. Send me dead flowers by the mail...

Posted by Marie at August 2, 2015 6:55 PM