The defection of seven Cuban soccer players and an assistant coach in Tampa last week begs the question: What was CONCACAF thinking when it scheduled Cuba to play 2008 Olympic qualifying games in Florida instead of Carson, Calif.? Read More
The United States government denied the visa to twenty U.S. musicians who were to participate in the International Electro-acoustic Music Festival, which was to be held here from last Monday, declared the Organizing Committee. Read More
More than 40 institutions from eleven countries will participate here in the XV Meeting of Academies for Ballet Teaching, dedicated this year to the 60th anniversary of the Cuban National Ballet (BNC in Spanish). Read More
Some 250 delegates from 14 nations, including Brazil, Colombia and Spain will attend the 7th International Congress on Cultural Heritage: Preservation and Management set for March 17th through the 21st in Havana.
Rosa de Dos aromas, a feminist novel of Héctor Quintero and the Camerata Romeu, a group composed by 15 virtuous women, were part of the Cuban contribution to the vast cultural presentation last week end in Caracas, Venezuela. Read More
The famous presenter of the Cuban popular music, Eduardo Rosillo, received in Mexico City the Thomas Alba Edison distinction, given by the Phonographic National Association and the Mexican radio Institute. Read More