Esther Zoza tries to explain why the new Covid-19 outbreak in Havana, once again stuck in the community transmission phase.
By Esther Zoza HAVANA TIMES – Between COVID-19, shortages of basic essentials, African giant snails that keep reappearing in gardens
Recently, rice shortages in Cuba have buried me in a bitter and fruitless search that ends up with me buying corn flour.
I have always believed that we each have the choice to choose how we feel. Many Cubans have chosen pessimism.
It seems ironic how, in a country like our own, some parents continue to use outdated practices with their children.
A few months ago, bus stops were hubs of public opinion. Now, during the COVID-19 outbreak, lines are in the lead again.
Yesterday, I heard one of the neighbors in my building – who I’ve only ever said hello to – say that she was fed up of being alone.
Denying a child their wish is something that shouldn’t be done on a whim, much less if it’s about a pet.
The viewer’s eye wanders in this huge gallery, where Yohy Suarez’s paintings astonish us with their grotesque overload and misdirected neglect.
Cuban radio was celebrating a few days ago. Only not everyone working in radio could celebrate as well.