From the last paragraph of The New York Times's "The Morning Feed" —
In The Guardian, Ruaridh Nicoll writes a feature length report on the Royal Ballet of London’s inaugural visit to Cuba, which took place in July. During the week-long trip made by the 150-person crew (including 80 dancers), the ballet’s Havana-born principal dancer, Carlos Acosta, saw his homeland for the first time in years, the corps paid tribute to Alicia Alonso, the 90-year-old prima ballerina assoluta of the National Ballet of Cuba, and dancers were surprised to be cheered by strangers on the street.
But of course, this extraordinary piece of writing about The Royal Ballet's historic trip to Cuba last month was tagged onto the paper's superlative coverage of Michael Jackson's estate dispute and the break up of Brooks and Dunn.
Too little. Too late.