President Obama has eased travel restrictions to Cuba. But for years before that, Vivian Mannerud has run charter flights from Miami to Havana. It hasn't been easy, as many people in South Florida are against any contact with Castro's Cuba. But Vivian is a big believer in opening relations between the two countries and thinks that families, no matter where they live, shouldn't be kept apart. Also in this episode: Charlie Miranda was thirteen years old in 1954 when his youth baseball team made a trip to Havana, and played in front of thousands of Cubans. Now Charlie and his old teammates are heading back for a rematch. And, the music of Andrew Bird.