Going to San Lazaro is a day of celebration, a moment to do good on your promises to the saint or ask him for health & physical wellbeing.
This tribute has been paid by intellectuals, independent artists, abakuas, researchers, rumberos and supporters, ever since 2006.
We know who is trying to put their foot down for social progress and to hold onto the value of human life above different socio-political systems.
It appears that the number of infected (which has been steadily increasing up until now) could grow exponentially, like it has in other countries,
Word on Havana’s streets is that as temperatures increase, the Coronavirus won’t be able to infect us: “It won’t get us…” I’ve heard people say.
The first ever Star Wars conference took place here in Havana on Saturday August 24th. Stories that refuse to die. Introduction to Star Wars Expanded Universe, a conference chaired by Mario Jorge Toirac Marrero and Victor Gonzalez Companioni. (15 photos)
Although it has not belonged to our traditional baggage, the fiesta for the Pachamama in the Cuban capital joins the celebration of the great land, America, for prosperity, for life and good for all. (7 photos)
On May 11th, a diverse group of people took part in the Anti-Homophobia, Gay Rights afternoon march along Havana’s Prado Avenue, days after the government cancelled the official annual parade. (15 photos)
The march against animal abuse that took place in Havana on April 7th, can be put into the category of “firsts” in the history of these events. (14 photos)
“Ojos del Alma” is an exhibition by Dioblan Hernandez Torres, a Mechanical Engineer turned artist, that was recently taken down at the Fajad Jamos Art Gallery in Alamar, and now part of it just opened on Saturday at the Frida Kahlo Gallery, in Central Havana’s Cultural Center located on Carlos III Avenue. It will be there until March 9th.