|Papa's Place: An Interactive Guide|
A timeline of Hemingway's life, a map of his Cuban haunts, exclusive home movies, and more. Click to Launch
Inside La Finca Vigia: Anchor Charles Osgood meets two of the author's trusted friends: Rene Villarreal, his houseman of 22 years, and 101-year-old Gregorio Fuentes, captain of Hemingway's boat, Pilar. Fuentes has a story to tell about an old man and the sea.
Welcome To Havana: Correspondent Martha Teichner takes a look at the profound changes in today's Cuba as it reemerges as a popular vacation destination in the face of the continuing U.S. embargo.
The Man And The Legend: What is Hemingway's legacy? Some tall tales, and a sprawling tourist industry. And, above all, the work. Anchor Charles Osgood talks to John Updike, A.E. Hotchner, and others.
The Call Of The Wild: CBS.com's Gary Paul Gates looks at the connection between Hemingway's sporting life and his work, and relates a literary anecdote.
Papa And Fidel: Anchor Charles Osgood recounts the brief moment when two giants of the 20th century met--at a fishing contest.
The Heartbeat Of Cuba: Correspondent Alison Stewart explores Cuba's musical heritage with Diosdado Ramos, director of Cuba's most celebrated rumba band.
A Passion For Sports: Correspondent Bill Geist talks with three major Cuban sports figures about the country's phenomenal success in athletics.
There also are three exclusive "Reporter's Notebooks" for CBS.com:
Cuba By Day: Alison Stewart recalls the people and moments she met on a day off in Havana.
At The Ambos Mundos Hotel: Martha Teichner meets the people behind the scenes at an old Hemingway haunt.
Discoveries And Mojitos: Bill Geist hunts out the best secret places to eat and drink.
And in keeping with the tradition of Sunday Morning:
Wildlife In Cuba: Our Nature Endpiece highlights an island rich with birds.
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