"Homage," the exhibition's title, was opened to the public at the Jose Marti Memorial, with 58 photographs by several Cuban artists, according to the Sunday edition of Juventud Nacional paper. Read More
Antonio "El Cuate" del Conde, owner of the Granma yacht in which Fidel Castro and his comrades departed from Mexico to start the revolutionary struggle in Cuba, predicted that relations between Mexico and Cuba will soon improve. Read More
The Unión de Periodistas de Cuba (UPEC) (Association of Journalists of Cuba,) the Circle of Humorists and Comic Stories Creators of the UPEC and the Museum of Humor of San Antonio de los Baños, summon to the Cuba 2007 15th International Biennial of Graphic Humor to be held from March 25th to 29th Read More
"Baila en Cuba", meeting of dancers to be held in our country from November 26 until December 1st, welcomes all persons of the world interested in learning how to dance the Cuban music with the best danceable orchestras of the country. Read More
Under a cold drizzle, tens of workers gathered in Plaza de La Revolution (Revolution Square) yesterday and started the regressive count of one week for the military parade that commemorates the 50th year since the disembarkation of the yacht Granma (Start of the Revolution) in which Fidel Castro may reappear to conjunctly celebrate his 80th birthday. Read More
Italy defeated Cuba in four sets on Sunday in the second round of the men's volleyball world championships. Alberto Cisolla spiked for 18 points to lead the Italians to a 25-20, 25-15, 23-25, 25-15 win over Cuba.