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.
Our reader Rivienne Menkes from the United States took the photo of the day: “Rainy Day” in Havana, Cuba. She used her Canon EOS 80D camera.
Luis Manuel’s prolonged stay in the hospital confirms he was not as well as the government says during its nightly TV slandering of the artist
Our intention is to show little-known beautiful places where tourists rarely go. In this video we show you Bacuranao beach, east of Havana.
Zanja St. was a dirt path that existed in the 17th century to transport water from the Almendares River, west of the capital, to Havana. (31 photos)
Our reader John Morris from Canada took the photo of the day: “Looking at Us” in Havana, Cuba. He used his Fujifilm XF! camera.
Galilea wasn’t planned, but she came when she had to. At 35, I had to decide if I wanted my baby. She came to brighten up everyone’s life…
Jodi Newell of the United States took the photo of the day: “Street entertainers in Cojimar, Cuba”. She used her Canon 60D camera.
This ideological/dogmatic/orthodox illusion has broken up thousands of Cuban families, many of whom have had to emigrate to other countries…
Ovi P. Sanchez (Cuba) took the photo of the day: “The Camajuani River” in Villa Clara. He used his Nikon DH1 camera. Send us your pictures!