Havana: A City of Dancing Streets
This was the first time for three North American groups: Company E, Bistoury INC and Peggy Choy. Undoubtedly, the scenario between Cuba and the United States since December 17th, 2014, has boosted the cultural bridge between both nations.
Top 5: Cuban Athletes to Follow during Toronto 2015
The country’s highest figure is Idalys Ortiz, world champion in London, who is going to fight for her second gold medal at the Canadian city. Four years ago, in Guadalajara, Ortiz easily won in her division.
“Pupy” Pedroso: The Song Dedicated to 2015 Toronto Panamerican Games
Pedroso’s song will be accompanying the Panamerican Games. “Pupy” is going to give two concerts in Toronto.
Havana World Music: A Blend of Races, Colors, Sounds
One of the most coveted performances during the Festival was Raul Paz’s.
Trips to Cuba: A Cracked Pathway for Americans
The talks between Havana and Washington promise to be long and quite complicated, because of the deep differences in terms of economy and human rights; but while the politicians try to see eye to eye, the contact between two people that are physically separated by only 90 miles, but five decades away, seems to be an unstoppable process.
The adventure of being an entrepeneur in Cuba
From palates (restaurants), bars and cafeterias, going by phone repairs and computers, to photography studios and gift shops, private initiatives keep growing in a scenery of economic reforms, supported by a legal framework that even though many consider insufficient, has opened a new path doesn’t seem to have a way back.
Jazz Plaza, 30 years of musical unloading in Cuba
The challenges that the Jazz Plaza has ahead are many, according to its organizers, young artists and spectators. And this must be true because we are talking about an event that after three decades will keep betting on good music for the future.
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