Ninety years later, he would die without remedy, leaving millions of Cubans in an inconsolable grief. Ninety years later, the island would live the longest night, one moonless and starless night, and without rest on the other side of the telephone when a faltering voice tells you that it is …
British Ambassador to Cuba, Tim Cole, visited this Wednesday the headquarters of Escambray newspaper, in the central province of Sancti Spiritus, with the express purpose of establishing a dialogue on the practice of journalism in this media outlet. Yesterday afternoon Cole himself confirmed his visit to Escambray in a message …
Now that the US president visit is already a thing of the past, we wonder if we will be able to find the midpoint in the broad spectrum of positions ranging, without doubt, from blind enthusiasm to denial of barricade
US President Barack Obama is currently addressing Cubans at the Gran Teatro de La Habana, recently named after Alicia Alonso, thus becoming not only the second American president to visit Cuba in its history as a nation, but also the second American president who chooses such location to speak to …
The visit of U.S. President Barack Obama to Cuba has been considered by experts as an event of great significance in the international political scenario. Since this Sunday, President Obama will fulfill a busy agenda of activities that have led to expectations both inside and outside the island. Barack Obama …
Barack Obama is the second US president to visit Cuba in nearly 90 years and the first to do so after the triumph of the Revolution
This Saturday afternoon, after being officially welcomed at Havana’s Jose Marti Airport by Cuba’s highest governmental authorities, Pope Francis, the Supreme Pontiff of the Catholic Church and Head of State of Vatican City, will start a pastoral visit that has raised great expectation between both believers and nonbelievers, and that …
The Valley of the Sugar Mills is found in central Cuba, on the way to Trinidad, the third village founded in Cuba, and one of the best preserved cities of Latin America.
The need to find new alternatives other than book fairs, so as to draw literature closer to readers, was highlighted in Sancti Spiritus by the Minister of Culture, Julián González Toledo, who also said that this event will continue to be held every year.
Already returned to its usual venues around Serafin Sánchez Park, and the boulevard, the 27th International Book Fair opens doors this Wednesday in Sancti Spiritus, central Cuba, with a tribute to late local outstanding teacher and poet, Raul Ferrer. Researchers like Ramón Luis Herrera, Julio M. Llanes, and Mercedes Fernández …