Skateboard subculture thrives in Havana, where replacing a broken board is a constant concern

  • by: PETER ORSI , Associated Press
  • Updated: August 6, 2013 - 1:10 PM

HAVANA — Some call Che Pando the godfather of Havana's skateboarding scene, and the 40-year-old tattoo artist can still recall how tough things were in the 1980s when he and a handful of other pioneers first started shredding in public squares.

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