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“Without Fidel  is news between hard covers by a relentless reporter who writes like a dream." Tom Wolfe

"One of the Ten Best Books of  2009"

The Miami Herald

 

"Ann Louise Bardach, [is] the authority for anything concerning Cuba fidelista and the Havana-Miami nexus today." Tom Wolfe

 

A Reporter's Cuba Journey

in Snapshots

 

 

 

 

 

          

 

Latest articles, posts...

& re-discoveries

 

POLITICO: Lives of the Rich...

and the Parched

Politico Magazine

8.24.2014

 

Yoga: The Art of Transformation

Los Angeles Review of Books

9.04.2014

Which Way LA?

NPR's KCRW

9.02.2014

How the Rich Dodge the Drought

NPR's KPCC

8.26.2014

California Drought Millionaire Style

WNHN: Attitude w/ Arnie Arnesen

8.26.2014

 

Fidel Turns 88: Cuba after Castro

BBC's Business Matters

8.13.2014

Did Castro live like a King?

The Guardian

5.20.2014

Conversations with Castro

Vanity Fair

March 1994

The Man Who Loved Dogs

The Washington Post

3.28.2014

Sacred Ground

New York Times T Mag

10.6.2013

What did J.D. Salinger, Leo Tolstoy, Tesla

& Sarah Bernhardt Have in Common?

Wall Street Journal Magazine

3.30.2012

The Castros & the Pope's Visit?

PBS News Hour

3.28.2012

How Yoga Won the West

The New York Times

10.1.2011

Fidel Forever

ABC's Late Night Live w/ Phillip Adams

10.10.2013

Vivekananda: The Monk

who Changed the Way we Think

ABC's Late Night Live w/ Phillip Adams

9.16.2013

Cuba, Caracas Without Hugo

PRI/NPR's To The Point

3.6.13

Not Our Man in Havana

PRI/NPR's To The Point

(begins at 1:42 mark)

3.1.13

Fidel Castro's Last Stand

Newsweek Magazine

12.17.12

We'll Always Have Fidel

Pacific Standard Magazine

10.15.12

Is Arnold Schwarzenegger Still Lying?

Newsweek/Daily Beast

9.30.12

 

 

Newsweek International

 

............. & Other Articles...

Beg, borrow, or steal a copy of journalist A.L. Bardach’s

new piece exposing “Lifestyles of the Rich and the Parched” in poor Montecito. While the average Montecitan is under severe water cutbacks, “These days, tankers can be seen barreling down Montecito’s narrow country roads day and night, ferrying up to 5,000 gallons of H?O to some of the world’s richest and thirstiest folks,” Bardach wrote in Politico. By one estimate, a third of Montecito is buying water and has the dough to pay for it, Bardach said. Then there are reports of “water pirates” stealing from hydrants or wherever, she wrote.

Please. Let it rain. Now.

Santa Barbara Independent

9.04.2014

 

 
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