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American government did not allowed a group of US musicians to participate in a festival in Cuba

The American government did not allowed a group of US musicians to participate in a festival in Cuba in a new attempt to harm relations between the two peoples. Read More

The most transcendental of Cuban painters returned at last to be exhibited in Marianao quarter, in Havana.

At 50 years of his dedication to plastic art and over 15 years of his death, Cuban painter Wifredo Lam keeps surprising us with his imaginary gamut of humanised figures in a geometric universe where all that is generic and particular, mystic and real, material and human blend. Read More

Ambitious Government Program to Improve Road Infrastructure in Cuba

Cuban Vice President Carlos Lage recently visited one of the industries in Havana that is part of the to increase the quality and production of asphalt, reported Granma newspaper. Read More

Cuban President, Raul Castro, sent a congratulatory letter to the Leader of the Libyan Revolution.

The Cuban President, Raul Castro, sent a congratulatory letter to the Leader of the Libyan Revolution on the 31st anniversary of the proclamation of the authority of the people and the birth of the first Libyan in history, in which he expressed his sincere congratulations and that of his people to the Leader of the Libyan Revolution and to the Libyan people. Read More

Cuban dramatist Abelardo Estorino hopes to write movie scripts.

At the age of 83, the Cuban dramatist Abelardo Estorino hopes to write movie scripts. This project, among many others, keeps him in permanent creation vivacity. Read More

Travels to Tampa for pre-Olympic Tournament: Cuban Soccer Team

The Cuban Under-23 Soccer team on Monday left for the US city of Tampa, Florida, venue of Group A of the pre-Olympic finals of the Confederation of North, Central American and Caribbean Association Football (CONCACAF). Read More

Juan Antonio Mercadal: The Story of the Life of Cuban Guitarist

The history of the guitar in Cuba, which began with the very same conquest/colonization of Cuba by Spain, has been distinguished by remarkable teachers, composers and performers. Read More

Who was the Cuban Dulce María Loynaz?

One November afternoon more than 15 years ago, I attended a launch accompanied by the presence of Dulce María Loynaz, who was then a living legend in the city. Read More

Cuban President Heads Middle School Student Federation Congress

Cuban President Raul Castro is leading 11th Middle School Student Federation Congress closing session, in which that organization set as priority the key tasks to secure continuity of the Revolution. Read More

Is coming again: Cubadisco International Fair.

Cubadisco International Fair is coming again with its edition XII this time dedicated to Africa as continent and to the music and poetry as artistic manifestations. Read More

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