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Cuban dramatist Abelardo Estorino hopes to write movie scripts.

At the age of 83, the Cuban dramatist Abelardo Estorino hopes to write movie scripts. This project, among many others, keeps him in permanent creation vivacity. Read More

Will be Dedicated to Africa and its Diaspora: Cubadisco 2008

The Cubadisco awards are the opportunity to know from a first hand the record work that has been developed in Cuba during the year. Every event has a main topic and an honour guest. Read More

Juan Antonio Mercadal: The Story of the Life of Cuban Guitarist

The history of the guitar in Cuba, which began with the very same conquest/colonization of Cuba by Spain, has been distinguished by remarkable teachers, composers and performers. Read More

With Socialism in Cuba: Woman and Revolution, perfectly go together

With absolute certainty, I believe that as times goes by; women show even more their worth in the Cuban Revolution. So, Camagüey celebrated this International Women's Day convinced that we are still indebted to Ana Betancourt de Mora. Read More

Is coming again: Cubadisco International Fair.

Cubadisco International Fair is coming again with its edition XII this time dedicated to Africa as continent and to the music and poetry as artistic manifestations. Read More

Chile: Honored to be the Special Guest at the 2009 Havana International Book Fair.

Chile Ambassador to Cuba Jaime Toha González said his country is honored to be the special guest at the 2009 Havana International Book Fair. Read More

Nicaraguan acclaimed the Cuban singer Silvio Rodriguez

The Nicaraguan acclaimed the Cuban singer Silvio Rodriguez, who offered a concert qualified as anthological and vibrant by many assistant. Read More

More than three million texts have been sold out in the International Book Fair of Cuba

Iroel Sánchez, president of the Cuban Book Institute, stated that was sold in the whole country in 2006, what constitutes a qualitative image for the event. Read More

2.5 million Cubans are espected to Terry Fox run

For many years, the word cancer was taboo in Cuba. In death notices, families would not admit loved ones had died of the disease; it would be reported they had passed on after a "long and sad" illness. Read More

Project Called "Roots" Offers a Positive Influence on Vulnerable Sectors in Cuba

Suleimy Barrera del Risco is part of a group of art instructors who are already making history with their work, training younger generations of Cubans in their schools and communities. There, besides helping people scale greater heights in their spiritual life, they exert a very positive influence on vulnerable sectors that confront different social or other problems. Read More

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