One by one, musicians from the renowned Cuban salsa band Los Van Van
made their way past immigration officials at Miami International
Airport and into the bright lights and cameras of the Spanish-language
Photographer Alex Castro is back with his exhibition Arte y Moda (Art
and Fashion), this time at Havana’s Oasis Panorama Hotel. It was
inaugurated on January 22 and will be opened to the public until March
Latin Grammy winner, Cuban singer Omara Portuondo starts the year by
the hand of Disney in the Spanish version of one of the most recent box
office hits, “The Princess and the frog” (Tiana y el sapo).
France will participate with a stand at the next International Book
Fair of Havana with a contribution of over 200 titles donated by the
Central Fund for Social Activities (CCAS) of the energy sector.
Paulo begun his singing career in the early 1990s and quickly rose to
become one of Cuba’s most popular singers, and one of the few who has
remained atop the hit parade throughout his career.
The contemporary choreographic art and the best experiences in the
dance tradition would occupy space in another celebration of the
Biennial Dance of the Caribbean already announced for March 23-28, with
venue in the Cuban capital.