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La Colmenita to come in April with Elpidio Valdes and Los Van Van

Carlos Alberto Cremata, director and the soul of La Colmenita, confirmed this just before closing the stage of the last performance (for the time being) of Y sin embargo se mueve, the beautiful, yet surprising staging made by his group of the play Humanoides by the Russian playwriter Alexander Jmelik, with songs by Silvio Rodríguez. Read More

“Second Dates” are good with Silvio

That hackneyed phrase of "second parts were never good” has anything to do with Silvio Rodriguez, who has just launched his latest album “Second Date”, dedicated to the 50th anniversary of the Cuban Revolution. Read More

News Agencies from Cuba and Egypt Sign Cooperation Agreement

The Cuban Prensa Latina (PL) news agency and Egypt’s MENA signed on Monday a cooperation agreement in Cairo that will help improve mutual knowledge in both regions. Read More

Archaeological findings in the Santa Teresa de Jesus convent

The transitory exhibition room from the La Real Fuerza Museum Castle is welcoming an important selection of objects found in an archaeological context dated between the second half of the 18th century and 1830 Read More

Cuban-Americans travel to their homeland in ever-increasing numbers, paper reports

Cubans living in the United States are flying to the island in rising numbers, taking advantage of the relaxation in travel regulations, the Mexican newspaper La Jornada reports. Read More

Friends of Habano. The opening of a new cultural Project

An interesting initiative from the Museum of Tobacco from the Office of the Historian of the City of Havana is the creation of an exchange space between women who are related in some way -mainly through their work- with tobacco. Read More

Ukraine Decorates Fidel and Raul Castro for Assistance to Chernobyl Children

The head of state of Ukraine, Victor Yanukovich, decorated Cuban President Raul Castro and the leader of the Cuban Revolution Fidel Castro for their assistance to the children victims of the 1986 nuclear accident in Chernobyl. Read More

Small Format Art Salon in Sancti Spiritus

Nearly 48 works from 30 artists participated in the XIII Small Format Salon that recently took place in the central Cuban province of Sancti Spiritus. Read More

Camaguey, a city where tourism is gratifying

Wandering on the urban labyrinth of an unvisited city, walking down its streets, being amazed by the new findings and pleased for the place that has fulfilled general expectations, are reasons that match with the city tourism nowadays. Read More

US Expert Praises Cuban Pediatric Surgery

Alberto Peña, director of the Colon-Rectal Center of the Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center, in the United States, highlighted in Havana, Cuba's development in pediatric surgery, which shows results like those of the so-called First World. Read More

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