While I keep an eye on the coffee maker so it doesn’t explode, I think of Todd Carmichael, the coffee sourcer and his Dangerous Grounds show.
Every day, I hear on the radio or the TV that a Cuban musician gave or is going to give a concert online. However, I have no way to access.
As a town near Havana, Cojimar had many public services that disappeared over twenty years ago. Some didn’t reach until the ‘90s, like gas.
Let me tell you about some of the absurd things that are happening in my country. Some are beyond belief and others simply incredible.
Today, couples in Cuba go to bed thinking about what they’re going to eat the next day. When they awake that’s the first topic of conversation.
When I go outside every morning, I run into lots of people I know, all of them hiding behind their masks. We compliment the masks we wear.
The artist includes sea fans, seashells, stones and plant fibers with which he summons us to protect and care for nature. Open until Dec. 16.
I just finished watching a documentary about cave people, a couple of hours ago. Their lives revolved around food. I really identified.
Cuba has a long history of blackouts. When I was a little girl, blackouts were so common that nobody used to question them.
In the town I grew up in, Cojimar, there is a house/farm known as Fidel’s house. The story goes that Fidel was given this house before 1959.