People have been taken aback by prices after services reopen. Beers for 135 pesos, meals with pork, chicken or fish for up to 300…
This week we have drawn on the new call for peaceful marches in Cuba on November 15, originally set for the 20th.
When the personality cult and populism proved insufficient, the regime turned to violence and arbitrary actions to spread fear…
Gradually relaxing restrictions is a step that comes before reopening the country to international tourism in November.
A product as basic and elemental as salt is has become yet another of problem for the island’s authorities.
The opposition is fragmented, in some cases spurred on by the Chavista party and in others due to the leaders’ ego wars.
“I’ve been waiting for a decent home for 23 years. I’m on the list to get a house, but my case has been delayed for one reason or another…”
Cuban writer Jose Lezama Lima (1910-1976), is the protagonist of the new documentary Letters to Eloisa that premieres on PBS on October 15th.
Reporters are inundated with threats, however essential information flows in cyber media and social networks.
Alfredo is 80 years old and lives alone, on the top floor of a three-bedroom house in Havana’s Cayo Hueso neighborhood.