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Thousands of Cubans took part on Saturday in the Terry Fox Run against cancer

Thousands of Cubans took part on Saturday in the Terry Fox Run against cancer, a disease that has killed millions of people worldwide. Read More

You Are the "Punto Cubano": Celina González

Born on March 16th, 1929, in Jovellanos, Matanzas, Celina González stood out as an excellent interpreter of Cuban country music, so much so that she is known internationally as the Queen of the 'Punto Cubano. Read More

Opens New Website Dedicated to Cuban Fives Heroes

According to Juventud Rebelde news daily, the website www.thecuban5.org is available to all those looking for information about these five anti-terrorist fighters. Read More

Singers Maria Bethania (Brazil) and Omara Portuondo (Cuba) at Canecao, in Rio de Janeiro.

Brazilian critics are raving at the successful joint performance offered by singers Maria Bethania (Brazil) and Omara Portuondo (Cuba) at Canecao, in Rio de Janeiro. Read More

The Cuban's Art Instructor Olga Alonso: A New Book

On the 44th anniversary of the death of Olga Alonso, representatives from the José Martí Brigade in Sancti Spíritus, Villa Clara, Cienfuegos and Ciego de Ávila paid tribute to this art instructor, who was fulfilling the mission of enlighten through culture remote places from the central region. Read More

Humanity Needs Art expressed Cuban pianist Frank Fernandez

Cuban pianist Frank Fernandez expressed humanity needs art more than ever, in such a convulsed world we are living in. Read More

Don't travel to Cuba twenty U.S. musicians who were to participate in the International Electro-acoustic Music Festival

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 Ballet Meeting in Cuba

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

Sculptor and Painter Alberto Lescay Modeled Bronze Sculpture of Cuban Heroine Vilma Espín

A bronze sculpture of Cuban heroine Vilma Espín, commissioned by the Caguayo Foundation, is currently being modeled by renowned Cuban sculptor and painter Alberto Lescay. Read More

Camerata Romeu and Rosa de Dos aromas, a feminist novel of Héctor Quintero in Venezuela

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

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