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Manuel Mendive: Roots of Cuban Culture

Following a downpour that cleaned the streets, trees and environment, the performance by Manuel Mendive that opened the exposition of his work titled "Spirit, nature and heads" was one of the most wonderful moments thus far of the 10th Havana Biennial. Read More

Honduran Cultural Department made official the launch of the Festival of the Caribbean

The official launch of the Festival of the Caribbean “Fiesta de Fuego”, that will be held in the first week of July in the city of Santiago de Cuba, with the participation of important Honduran artists and intellectuals, was held at the Anthropology and History Museum of this city. Read More

Cuban Youth Rather Learn a Trade than Pursue University Training

On a radio show broadcast on Radio Rebelde, it was said that less than 50 % of Cuban teenagers finishing junior high school choose to continue to Senior high school. Read More

Artificial Fish Raising in Cienfuegos, Cuba

Authorities in the central Cuban province of Cienfuegos are promoting artificial fish raising in fresh water to meet the food demand from the domestic market.<br /> Read More

Collective Exhibition at Havana 10th Biennale

Mi gao is your house will be on display until April 30. The 10th Biennial of Visual Arts has literally taken over the city with venues and artworks spread out across Havana, the festival aims at fostering integration and resistance in a global era. Read More

Cuban Triathlete Finishes Third at PanAm Cup

Cuban triathlete Yanitza Pérez gave an outstanding performance at the 2009 Pan-American Cup held recently in Lima, Peru. Read More

CD-ROM on Cuban Art

The publishing house Ediciones Cubarte released a CD-ROM containing the artworks on display at the contemporary art exhibition &quot;Confluencias in Side&quot;. Read More

Artist hails Cuba by turning village into artwork

From his second-story studio, Cuban artist Jose Fuster looks out over what he has wrought in the seaside village of Jaimanitas and, with a big smile, says, &quot;I am completely crazy.&quot; Read More

Fidel Castro: ¿Why is Cuba Being Excluded?

Leader of the Cuban Revolution Fidel Castro said that the Organization of American States (OAS) is dictating guidelines, as the permanent secretary for the Summit of the Americas, fulfilling the role assigned to it by former US President George W. Bush. Read More

Cuban Film Occupies Main Billboard in Las Tunas

The Cuban film Ciudad en Rojo (City in Red), prime opera by Rebeca Chavez, occupies since today the main cultural billboard in the eight municipalities of Las Tunas province. Read More