As of February 4, 2015 and until April this year, art enthusiasts can enjoy an exhibition titled Vista hace fe…We are going digital (“Seeing is Believing…We Are Going Digital”) at Havana’s Norwegian Embassy, located on 21st Street. (12 photos)
Many are the beliefs from different cultures that merged to give rise to our Cuban identity. In Santiago de Cuba, one can breathe these beliefs in the idiosyncrasies of the locals, in the atmosphere of its steeply-inclined streets. (8 photos)
I had set very clear goals for myself by the time I reached junior high: after completing the 9th grade, I would enroll at the Exact Sciences Vocational Institute and I would secure membership with the Young Communists League (UJC).
In Cuba, there is a town called Dos Caminos, located a mere 20 kilometers from Santiago de Cuba. Many of the things currently being debated through social networks, blogs and even the country’s official press go unnoticed in this town.
They named him Kenny, after the South Park character. He lives somewhere in Havana, where he’s been forced to grow up ahead of time. His mother, who worked at a private cafe, had to quit her job to raise his five brothers, as the grandmother couldn’t bear the burden all alone any longer.