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March 2nd

Theater in Cuban Mountains

The Theater Crusade project, aimed at promoting performing arts in mountainous communities, has reached faraway zones in eastern Cuba. Read More

Cuban Recreational Center to Be Remodeled

The recreational park La Güira, in western Pinar del Río province, will benefit from renovation works. Read More

Cuban Children to Pay Tribute to Antonio Guerrero

The Cuban children´s theater group La Colmenita will represent the poem “Acta de reunion de las aves endemicas de Cuba” (Meeting of Birds Endemic to Cuba), by Antonio Guerrero, one of the five Cubans unjustly incarcerated in the United States. <br /> Read More

Artists from 54 Countries to Participate at Havana Biennial Exhibition

More than 300 artists from 54 countries invited to Havana´s 10th Biennial Exhibition have confirmed their attendance in this event, aimed at propitiating a space for Third World artists to gather and exchange their ideas and points of view. Read More

March 1st

National Arts Education Award Nominees Announced in Holguin, Cuba

Holguin teachers Hector Luis Barrientos, Lauro Hechavarría and Angelica Serru are the nominees for the 2009 National Arts Education Award, in recognition to the commitment and devotion of teachers in training new generations of artists and arts professionals. Read More

More electricity in Nuevitas, Cuba

The new power generation units in the municipality of Nuevitas have strategic importance to maintain the vitality of the “10 de Octubre” thermoelectric plant. This power station will be located in the northern coastline of the province of Camagüey. Read More

Cuba May Restrict Visits by Florida United Methodists

The government of Cuba has called for a change in the 11-year relationship between the Florida United Methodist Conference and the Methodist Church in Cuba, Florida Bishop Timothy Whitaker announced Saturday. Read More

The Guaracheros de Regla, the most popular carnival comparsa in Cuba, celebrated its 50th Anniversary

The  Guaracheros de Regla, considered the most popular carnival comparsa in Cuba, celebrated its 50th Anniversary of foundation with the premier of a documentary about the cultural significance and tradition of this group. Read More

Cuba Insitutions Committed to Foster Reading

President of the Cuban Book Institute Iroel Sanchez said that transfer of the 18th Book Fair away from the capital is a sign of the interest in its success. Read More

New Scholarship Holders from Belize to Study in Cuba

A group of 20 youngsters have travelled from Belize’s International Airport to Havana, to study at the Latin American School of Medicine (ELAM). Read More