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Cuban Circus Artist Success in Festival of Monte-Carlo

The performance of Cuban duet of mast could be described as successful, during its presentation at the opening ceremony of the 37th edition of the International Circus Festival of Monte-Carlo, based in the principality of Monaco. Read More

Cuba Presents ALBA Cultural Website Featured

The ALBA Cultural website, titled Cultures of Our America, was presented in this capital, aimed at providing a space for the dissemination of indigenous values and traditions of the region. Read More

The Cuban Alexandra Joner is voted the sexiest woman in Norway

The singer and model Alexandra Joner, of Cuban origin, was selected as "the sexiest woman in Norway", according to a survey by the local magazine Mann. Read More

Replica of Ancient Cuban Humidor Attracts World Attention Featured

The replica of a humidor of habanos Hoyo de Monterrey attracts the attention of collectionists and smokers throughout the world, with the exclusive of marketing only 350 pieces. Read More

Gigantería vis-à-vis the Tradition “La Quema de La Tarasca”

The Gigantería project revives an old colonial Cuban tradition with “La quema de La Tarasca (Burning the Tarasque).” Read More

Plan For Cuban Landmark's Rebirth Sparks Debate

In a country where money is perennially tight, it might seem a fantastic gift: A celebrity ballet star pledges to raise millions of dollars to rescue the ruins of an architectural masterpiece abandoned in mid-construction five decades ago in his native Cuba. Read More

Extremely Enthusiastic Reviews for Cuban Symphony Orchestra in US

The National Symphony Orchestra of Cuba has got great recognition from spectators and critics during its performances as part of its first tour of several US cities. Read More

Unfinished Spaces’ follows the journey of 3 Cuban architects

The film "Unfinished Spaces’ follows the journey of 3 Cuban architects Read More

Cuban-born jazz manager buried in Miami; he was 95

A Cuban-born jazz pianist and manager who helped popularize the cha-cha in the U.S. has been buried in Miami. Read More

‘Yo Soy Cuba’ photo exhibit at Art Way Gallery

Yo Soy Cuba, “I am Cuba”, opened recently at the Art Way Gallery, in Plainsboro, NJ. Photographer Ilya Genin, of Yardley, Pa., has taken several trips to Cuba in the last few years, capturing a stunning collection of black-and-white photographs, of which 60 are on display. Read More

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