Tony Bui’s movie the “Three Seasons” is a must-see in Cuba. We discover a landscape of lotus flowers without the smoke of bombs….
Talking to Nonardo Perea in her Bedroom. Vicente Morín interviews this exiled artist and long time contributor to Havana Times
Raul Castro’s reforms haven’t been able to get the economy off the ground, but they have had an adverse impact from a social perspective.
Luis Manuel Otero: When you know your art may lead to arrest, “you assume repression as a part of the budget for your work.”
We were scarcely four people in the bus, however, right on the other side of the aisle, a woman coughing head down caught my attention.
Calle Ocho, Miami, indignation at the absolute defenselessness of the political opposition in Cuba takes center stage.
Nothing has changed in essence since the State’s monopoly control over domestic and foreign trade was established in Cuba during the 1960s…
“Cuba’s economic systemworks like a medieval economy right bang inthe 21st century”, states the renownedCubaneconomist Emilio Morales inaninterviewwithHavana Times.
Dr. Maria Werlau is a meticulous researcher of the crimes committed by Latin American dictatorships. Cuba, her bleeding Homeland, is at the heart of her concern for 67 consecutive years of dictatorships, first Fulgencio Batista, followed by Fidel Castro and those who continued in his footsteps.
Irreverent, dissident, opposition political posters are, with difficulty, blooming in the Cuba we live in and where repression is growing every day. Yasser Castellanos is one of its gardeners, Havana Times one of his few gardens out there where it can grow. (10 photos)