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A tribute to Alicia Alonso in Dance Biennale

The 2010 Second Caribbean Dance Biennale, expected to take place in Cuba at the end of March, will pay tribute to the prima ballerina assoluta Alicia Alonso. Read More

Caribe Girls, Cuban female salsa

Female salsa bands had a boost during the 1990's with the Boom of Cuban Salsa, as it happened during the 19930's due to economic problems. Read More

When you Leave Havana's Vedado

I traveled to the eastern cities of Las Tunas and Puerto Padre on a working visit to receive the Replica of the Pen with which Juan Cristóbal Nápoles Fajardo (El Cucalambe). Read More

Conference on Cuba-U.S. relations at CCSU

“Cuba and the USA: Time for a Change,” a day-long conference at Central Connecticut State University Saturday, explored the future in Cuba-US relations. Read More

Cuban Van Van Honored at Film Festival

The 11th Santiago Alvarez in Memoriam International Festival of Documentaries began its last of a three-day thick agenda in which this Film genre once again came alive. Read More

Week of la Francophonie Dedicated to Haiti

The Week of la Francophonie, scheduled for March 13-22 in Havana, will be dedicated to Haiti as announced by Alain Zayan, cultural attach of the French embassy in the Cuban capital. Read More

A rain of happiness to surprise people in Haiti

The hopelessness of the thousands of people in Haiti who are taking shelter in the Champ de Mars plaza was surprised by a rain of happiness from Cuba, caused by clowns, magicians, musicians and other artists. Read More

Orquideario de Soroa to be copied in New York

A copy of the Orquideario de Soroa and of some of the most famous places in Cuba may be seen these days in the Bronx Botanic Garden, in New York, says today’s edition of The New York Daily News. Read More

Cuban Restaurant Franchise Opens in Beirut

Since Wednesday, Mar 10, Cuban traditional cuisine-loving Lebaneses and tourists are able to indulge in the subsidiary of the famous La Bodeguita del Medio restaurant (BdelM), the first such franchise in the Middle East opened in Beirut, Lebanon. Read More

Movie on José Martí to Premiere in Camaguey

The film "Marti, the eye of the canary", by moviemaker Fernando Perez, will have its world premiere next Tuesday in this city, at the inauguration of the XVII National Workshop on Film Critic. Read More

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