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Alonso Brito left Cuba, but it never left him

<br /> THE PUBLICITY photos for the new album by Alonso Brito have that air of Havana hipness that has cloaked many contemporary artists coming from the island. It's a chic mystique derived from that incongruous juxtaposition of stylish fashion against drab communist gray. Read More

In Las Tunas, Cuba US Photographer Henry Miller Exhibits Mexican Culture

The public of this eastern province of Cuba can see the faces of the oldest Mexican culture in the Museum Vicente Garcia, of Las Tunas city, an exhibition by the US photographer Henry Miller. Read More

The Cuban Province of Las Tunas Could Largely Reduce Consumption of Hydrocarbons

The Cuban province of Las Tunas has enough resources to guarantee, starting from diverse renewable sources, around half of the energy that it needs, and to reduce, even more, the consumption of hydrocarbons, which apart from depletable, they are extremely expensive and harmful to the environmental health. Read More

Cultural Exchange between Las Tunas, Cuba and Mexican region

With the presence of a Mexican delegation from the Sierra Gorda region began in this city the concretion of a cultural project between that territory and the province of Las Tunas. Read More

A numerous group of writers begins in Camagüey, Cuba a literary crusade

The fifth series of the Literary Crusade carried out by writers began in the Camagüey province and will last until next August 13th. Read More

Encyclopedic Culture of Cuban Poet Regino Boti

A well-known scientist from Guantánamo described his fellow countryman, the poet Regino Boti Barreiro, as “one of the most encyclopedic intellectuals Latin-American intellectuals, who died in that city a day like today, half a century ago.<br /> Read More

Thirty-five Cuban Sports Experts Representing Foreign Countries in the Olympics

Thirty-five Cuban professionals are attending the Beijing Olympics as members of delegations from countries other than Cuba, in line with cooperation agreements. Read More

The prize-winning Exaudi Chamber Choir of Cuba begins its first tour of Chile

The prize-winning Exaudi Chamber Choir of Cuba begins its first tour of Chile this Sunday with a concert in Santiago, followed by others in five cities. Read More

In Havana City: Experts from 20 Countries to Attend Sugar Cane Congress

Researchers, technicians and entrepreneurs from at least 20 countries will attend the 10th International Congress on Sugar and Cane Derivates running from October 14 to 17 in Havana city. Read More

Tours Cuba: The 15th Latin American and Caribbean Solidarity Brigade

The 15th Latin American and Caribbean Solidarity Brigade will kick off a four-day tour of the western Cuban province of Matanzas on Saturday, an official source reported. Read More