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Canvas of a woman in waiting

The company from Pinar del Rio Rumbo Theater presented a season in Adolfo Llaurado room of the Cuban capital as part of its national tour 2010. Among the proposals, a solo performance of Jorge Lugo: Canvas of a Woman in Waiting. Read More

Calle 13 says good bye

Under the trail of the spectacular concert of Tuesday at the Antimperialist Tribune, the duet Calle 13 says farewell to Cuba. They and the Cuban Kelvis Ochoa visited on Wednesday the primary school "Carlos Muñiz Varela", in the municipality of Bauta, located to the Southwest of the Cuban capital. Read More

Project to dream

The World Down Syndrome Day was marked in Vueltabajo by the members of Grabadown Workshop House, a celebration where the magic of costumes and the joy of the faces inspired in other characters, reflected the achievements of eight years of work. Read More


Cubans forget their worries in baseball rapture

With the signal to &quot;play ball&quot; in the island's baseball finals, Cubans have immersed themselves for a week in a sport so close to the heart it has even entered their language of love.<br /> Read More

Fidel Castro Applauds Passage of Obama's Health Care Overhaul

Cuban revolutionary leader Fidel Castro on Thursday declared passage of American health care reform &quot;a miracle&quot; and a major victory for Obama's presidency, but couldn't help chide the United States for taking so long to enact what communist Cuba achieved decades ago.<br /> Read More


Cuban Tourism Minister Meets with Mexican Travel Agents

Cuban Tourism Minister Manuel Marrero met in the capital of Mexico with heads of different travel agencies who sell the Cuba destination.<br /> Read More

Cuba Successfully Performs First Surgery on an Animal Fetus

Cuban specialists have successfully performed the country’s first operation on a fetus in a ewe in its 90th day of gestation. Read More

Cuba Attends Latin American Workshop on Braille System

Carlos Ramirez Vega, with the executive’s office of the Cuban National Association of the Blind, traveled to Uruguay to participate in a Latin American Workshop on the Braille reading and writing system that takes place this week in Montevideo. Read More

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