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Young talents of the Cuban plastic exhibit in New York

Luis Alberto Pérez Copperi and Camilo Salvador Díaz de Villalvilla Soto, two recognized young talents of the plastic in Cienfuegos, exhibit in The Cuban Art Space, a gallery belonging to the Centre for Cuban Studies, New York, United States of America. Read More

Fidel Castro Says Banning Coca Is Like Taking Tea away from the English

May 31 (Bloomberg) -- Former Cuban President Fidel Castro said the global ban on coca, the leaf used to make cocaine, is like taking away tea from the English. Read More

May 31st

Kendry Morales' injury will change home plate celebrations

It's one of the most popular highlights - the mob at home plate that greets a player who hits a walk-off (game-ending) home run. And after Saturday, they will never be the same. Read More

Musical comedy with Bola de Nieves' master pieces

This play celebrates the international career of Afro-Cuban singer, pianist and composer Ignacio Villa, nicknamed "Bola de Nieve" (Snowball). Read More

Journalist to talk about cruising Cuba

Marine journalist and Cuba expert Peter Swanson will speak June 11 at CubaCon 2010, a Cuban art and culture conference scheduled for June 10-13 in Provincetown, Mass. Read More

SummerStage Music Presents: Pupy y Los Que Son Son and Jose Conde

Rare live set from songo icons Pupy y Los Que Son Son, Latin grooves from Jose Conde - Cuba and Cuban America reunite at SummerStage! Read More

A rare chance to hear Cuban music legend Silvio Rodriguez

It may be difficulat to gauge the significance - if any - the upcoming Carnegie Hall performances of Silvio Rodriguez, Cuba's iconic Nueva Trova (new song) musician, composer and singer, will have on the future of U.S.-Cuban relations.<br /> Read More

Minimal Invasive Surgery with positive results in Pinar del Río

The Abel Santamaría Hospital in Pinar del Rio, only of its kind in Cuba that practices the minilaparoscopic-assisted transvaginal cholecystectomy since March 2008, has benefited 44 women carriers of symptomatic vesicular lithiasis. Read More

In Las Tunas, Cuba: 17th National Festival Cinemazul 2010

Las Tunas, (P26) .- The 17th National Festival of Film Appreciation Cinemazul, the only event of its type in Latin America opened in this city. This year's edition is dedicated to renowned Cuban director Tomas Gutierrez Alea (Titon). Read More

Cuba: Father’s Ordeals to Get Daughter Back Unveiled

Ordeals faced by a Cuban father when claiming custody of his daughter in US Florida have been unveiled by Cuba’s Juventud Rebelde journal. Read More