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Shakespeare in Havana

‘The Merchant of Venice” by William Shakespeare, runs at the Adolfo Llauradó theater the first two weeks of December. Read More

Cuban President Raúl Castro Ended Venezuela Visit

Cuban President Raul Castro concluded Monday a two-day official visit to this country and traveled to Brazil, where he will attend the Summit on Integration and Development of Latin America and the Caribbean. Read More

Cuban President Raúl Castro arrived in Salvador de Bahia, Brazil.

Cuban President Raul Castro arrived in Salvador de Bahia, Brazil, to attend the first Summit of Latin America and the Caribbean (CALC) on Integration and Development, headquartered at Costa do Sauipe Resort. Read More

State Insurance of Cuba Helps to Set the Table in Las Tunas, Cuba

With the payment of about 10 million pesos, the Company of the National State Insurance of Cuba (ESEN) propitiated that the workers of the agricultural sector in this eastern province of Las Tunas continued producing foods for the population, even after the devastating passage of the hurricanes Ike and Paloma through this territory. Read More

Cuba Insists on Bleak Economy Prospects

The bleak prospect for world economy and threats to the poorest countries' efforts to achieve sustainable development were denounced by Cuban Ambassador Ileana Nuñez.<br /> Read More

The famous cuban plastic artist Alexis Leyva, Kcho in Pinar del Río

The famous plastic artist Alexis Leyva, Kcho, pointed out in Pinar del Río that art represents the most beautiful desires of men and contributes to the happiness in difficult times. Read More

A Series about Cuban Music on Spanish Television

Spanish television will broadcast a series on Cuban music in 2009 that the critics say focuses on the different Cuban rhythms and the island’s music history. Read More

In Cuba: Villa Clara to celebrate the 40th anniversary of the Escambray Theater Group

When tour decades ago, a group of adventurer actors, headed by Sergio Corrieri together with his mother Gilda Hernández, reached the mountains from central Cuba, they could not imagine that that ‘madness’ would reach so far in time and that it would remain attached for ever to the memory of the most revolutionary art. Read More

To begin the 40th anniversary of the Cuban Music Train

When on December 4, 1969 a recently formed band made its first presentation in a concert organized in the crossing of the streets 23 and P in Vedado, no one could have ever foreseen that they would stay in the front line of Cuban popular music for 40 years and that they would become known as The Train within the popular slang of dancers and followers of the band. Read More