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Photo Gallery: Holiday cooking class for kids | Dec. 3, 2014

Children learn about the importance of eating fruits and vegetables during a holiday-themed cooking class led by Eric Piner, a chef instructor with Common Threads, at the John F. Kennedy Library in Hialeah, Wednesday, Dec. 3, 2014. After the nutrition lesson the children made their own watermelon sundaes. Common Threads is a nonprofit organization that offers nutrition and cooking classes at schools around South Florida.

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Poll: Cuban-Americans split on Obama’s Cuba policy

“This poll shows there are two Cuban-American communities,” said the pollster. “There is the older exile community that has dominated the discussion about Cuba policy for years and there is the emergence of the younger generation, the Cuban-American community of the present and future.”

Poll: Cuban-Americans split on Obama’s Cuba policy

“This poll shows there are two Cuban-American communities,” said the pollster. “There is the older exile community that has dominated the discussion about Cuba policy for years and there is the emergence of the younger generation, the Cuban-American community of the present and future.”

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Cubans finding comfort, nostalgia in Russian products

Miami Cubans who grew up on the island before the collapse of the Soviet Union in 1991 are turning to Russian and European stores in South Florida to satisfy their cravings for yesteryear. Cuba was heavily dependent on Soviet subsidies in the 1980s.