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Shoelace tags more valuable than gold

The humble device that prevents shoelaces from fraying was deemed more valuable than gold by the indigenous Cubans who traded with Columbus fleet, a new British study shows. Read More

Racing against time to preserve Hemingway

Some books are warped. The ink on notes is fading, and many pages are torn. Read More

Cuban soccer team readies for Digicel Cup

The Cuban soccer team is getting ready to compete in the second stage of the Digicel Cup, after qualifying first in Group E during the first stage. Read More

San Antonio School chairs FEISAL

The International Cinema and Television School (EICTV) of San Antonio de los Baños recently assumed the presidency of the Ibero American Federation of Image and Sound Schools (FEISAL) for the next four years. Read More

Aedes Aegypti centers Cuba debate

An analysis of the campaign against the Aedes Aegypti mosquito carried out in the Cuban capital centered the ordinary session of the People's General Assembly on Saturday. Read More

Party of the Art Instructors.

The folk dance 'Mi sabor oriental' obtained the Great Price of the II Provincial Festival of the Jose Marti brigade of Art Instructors Read More

Xiomara Palacio, a great actress

Around these days one of our great actresses, Xiomara Palacio, celebrates her birthday. Read More

Pablo Milanés on a new Spain Tour

Pablo Milanés returns to Spain to carry out a broad tour through several cities of the peninsula Read More

Widow of Cuban strongman Batista dies

The widow of former Cuban President Fulgencio Batista has died in Florida at 82. Read More

Book of Poems by Antonio Guerrero to be presented

A book of poems written by Antonio Guerrero, one of the Cuban Five, was presented in the Book Fair of Zocalo, Mexico City, on Saturday. Read More