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Roberto Carcasses: Interactivo is Back

Interactivo, one of the most famous bands in the panorama of contemporary Cuban music, confirms its condition as parents of funk timba, a style they have patented since their foundation nine years ago  with their second album, Cuban for the World.  <br /> Read More

Cuba Stresses Impact of Soviet Cinema

The soviet film industry is true art and not vulgar merchandise, Cuban Culture Minister Abel Prieto affirmed. Read More

Grenada Premier Terms Cuba Visit a Success

Grenada Prime Minister Tillman Thomas termed on Thursday a success his five-day visit to Cuba, following an invitation by the island's President Raul Castro.<br /> Read More

Awarded Ukrainian Children to Travel to Cuba

Kiev's City Hall organized the final award ceremony of 20 children who will travel to Cuba after participating for several months in contests of different artistic expressions. Read More

Cuban Films to Compete in Guadalajara Festival

The documentary “Ave Maria” and the feature film “Lisanka” are the Cuban films in competition at the XXV Guadalajara International Film Festival, to be held from March 12th through the 19th in Mexico. Read More

Coco Freeman: Between Festival and Earthquake

The popular Cuban singer Coco Freeman has just lived, one after another, two extreme emotions, a contrast he will never forget: his participation in the Festival Viña del Mar and the Chilean earthquake.<br /> Read More

Urban Dance Festival Announced for Old Havana

The 15th International Old Havana Urban Dance Gathering was announced by sponsors Danza Teatro Retazos and the Havana City Historian´s Office to take place April 7 to 11.<br /> Read More

Cuba to Run 2010 Drum Fiesta, Contest

Players from Venezuela, Canada, the US and Holland will interact with their Cuban hosts at the International Drum Festival 2010 and the International Contest Guillermo Barreto in Memoriam March 9 through 14.<br />   Read More

IMF: Cuban Tourism Going Well

Cuban tourism has so far gone very well despite the world economic crisis, which affects other Caribbean nations, affirmed Rafael Barreiro Romeu, from the International Monetary Fund (IMF). Read More

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