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ANIMA Studios Open in Holguin

The “ANIMA” studios for the production of cartoons, located in the “Plaza de la Marqueta”, in the eastern province of Holguin has become the workplace for students of the arts, art instructors, computer specialists and other self-taught students. Read More

Honorary Doctorate for commander Fidel Castro

Havana’s Jose Antonio Echeverria University (CUJAE) awarded Cuban Revolution leader Fidel Castro the Doctor Honors Causa title, during a ceremony held on the occasion of the 45th anniversary of the center’s founding. Read More

Antonio Guerrero's painting exhibition at Holguin

“Aves por la unidad” (Birds for Unity), is the title of a painting exhibition by Antonio Guerrero, one of the Cuban five anti-terrorist fighters unjustly imprisoned for more than 11 years in U.S. prisons. The exhibition will be open soon at the Art Gallery of Moa, in the Cuban province of Holguin. Read More

Calle 13 still Waiting for Washington’s Permission to Perform in Cuba

Rene Perez, of the musical group Calle 13, reported on the social web site Twitter, that they are planning to visit Havana on December 12th, but have still not received permission from U.S. authorities to travel to the island. Read More

Ecumenical service versus slavery in Havana movie event

The 31st Havana Movie Festival will hold on December 10 an ecumenical moment, in Havana Cathedral which will bring together believers of different worships in a prayer of slavery intersession, present still in the 21st century. Read More

Education in Cuba includes all ages

Universal school enrollment and attendance. A 98% adult literacy rate. Free and fully funded system from pre-school through university. Low student to teacher classroom ratio. Equality of basic educational opportunity, even in rural and urban impoverished areas. Read More

Can Americans vacation in Cuba?

Is it wise for an American to travel to Cuba, and is it legal for them?  …officially no. Read More