HAVANA._ More than 500 participants from eight countries have already confirmed their attendance at the first major festival of Cuban Art, “Habanarte 2014,” which will gather a thousand plus artists from different disciplines together in Havana from Sept. 11 to 21.
- By: Marnie Fiallo - Published on: No. 15, 2014 - Under: Cuba -
- By: Francisco Navarro - Published on: No. 15, 2014 - Under: Culture -
CIENFUEGOS._ Neither associated with famous battles nor distinguished leaders, and compared to such monumental structures in Rome or Paris, the Arc de Triomphe in Cienfuegos looks somewhat like their “little brother.”
- By: Osvaldo Cardosa - Published on: No. 15, 2014 - Under: International -
LUANDA._ A five-day tour of South Africa, Mozambique, and Angola was sufficient for Chilean President Michelle Bachelet to acknowledge that her country must repay a historical debt with Africa.
- By: Jorge Hernández - Published on: No. 15, 2014 - Under: Politics -
HAVANA._ The conferring by the Philadelphia-based Geller Foundation of the Nelson Mandela Prize on five Cuban men who bravely opposed terrorism represents a new pillar of support in the struggle for the release of the three who remain unjustly imprisoned in the United States.
- By: Martha Cabrales - Published on: No. 15, 2014 - Under: Society -
SANTIAGO DE CUBA_ Restoration works continue at Cuba’s oldest museum, the “Emilio Bacardí,” whose eclectic-style façade features as one of the most emblematic elements in this city’s historical district.
- By: Martin Hacthoun - Published on: No. 15, 2014 - Under: International -
BUENOS AIRES._ The identification by DNA testing of the 114th grandchild who went missing during the military regime in Argentina has brought infinite happiness to two grandmothers and families, and raises new hopes for hundreds of others who are looking forward to finding their daughters and sons alive or at least knowing their whereabouts.
- By: Charly Morales - Published on: No. 15, 2014 - Under: Culture -
HAVANA._ First, there came a frankly difficult film for adults, exploring the causes behind a crisis of values, with a problem child as its protagonist, then, Cuba’s first 3D animation film came to screens nationwide, and now, a bold approach to science fiction: the reality of the Cuban film industry brings to mind Galileo’s famous quote: “Despite everything, it moves.”