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Historic Havana Theater Grants Gold Diplomas in its 170th Anniversary

National Ballet (BNC) director Alicia Alonso received the first of 15 Gold Diplomas granted by the historic theater Gran Teatro de La Habana on the occasion of its 170th anniversary. Read More

Province of Pinar del Río, Cuba: Increase in the production of food and sectors that replace imports.

The increase in the production of food and sectors that replace imports and constitute exportable funds as well, are some of the strategies used by different companies in the province of Pinar del Río. Read More

Silvio Rodríguez and other personalities from Cuban culture to begin the second stage of the Expedición project

Silvio Rodríguez and other personalities from Cuban culture, members of the Expedición (Expedition) project performed in the Sancti Spíritus Provincial Prison. Read More

Debate Production and Efficiency: Cuban Workers

There is nothing wrong with wanting a pay increase; many workers have received increases in their monthly wages through systems that encourage greater productivity and efficiency. Read More

Association of Cuban Writers and Artists Grants Prizes to Erotic Art Exhibition in Las Tunas, Cuba

The work entitled Without Skin toward My Shade, Narcissus, by the plastic artist José Enrique Valdés Cano, received the Great Prize of the second Erotic Art Exhibition, inaugurated in the building of the Association of Cuban Writers and Artists, in this eastern province Las Tunas. Read More

Cuban musician José Luis Cortés: "We Have to Go Beyond Timba Music".

Cuban musician José Luis Cortés, who has carried out work to renew popular music over the 20 years with his group NG La Banda group, was interviewed by Juventud Rebelde Read More

Adolescence, Prostitution, and Tattoo: Controversial Video Debates in Las Tunas, Cuba

The documentary entitled Woman's Wings is one of the most polemic proposals among the assiduous adolescents that go to the audiovisual rooms of the eight municipalities of this eastern province of Las Tunas, due to its perceptive treatment to the so-called sex workers. Read More

World Intellectual Property Expert Praises Work by Cuba

An expert of WIPO (the World Intellectual Property Organization) said that Cuba makes the most out of its internationally-recognized inventions, reported Prensa Latina news agency. Read More

Cuban Troubadour Silvio Rodríguez Considered One of Top Singer/Song-Writers in Ibero-America

Cuban song-writer and singer Silvio Rodríguez is considered one of the best exponents of the 'trova song movement all over Ibero-America. Read More

Universal Aime Cesaire, from Martinique and the Caribbean

Universal Aime Cesaire, from Martinique and the Caribbean, the politician and intellectual that defended black peoples singularity and contribution to regional culture, was honored last Friday by his country and the world. Read More