Nick MiroffSeptember 10, 2012 06:34
HAVANA — For a society so steeped in the idea of “revolution,” Cuba can be a place of uncanny sameness. The same leaders, the same food rations, and the same old cars endure year after year. But once in a while, a powerful new idea comes along that jolts the stasis. That's the type of a plan put forth by ballet star Carlos Acosta, with a helping hand from acclaimed architect Norman Foster.