The Cuban Minister of Education, Dr. Ena Elsa Velazquez, highlighted on Tuesday Cuba’s contribution to several literacy programs in many countries around the world that have allowed more than five million people to learn to read and write.
Cuban diva Omara Portuondo and the Buena Vista Social Club —a project that in 1996 brought together veteran artists to become one of the most important Cuban musical phenomena of the past 50 years— offered a memorable concert on Sunday at the Milanes Theater of the westernmost province of Pinar del Rio
Cuban singer-songwriter Pablo Milanes, winner of the 2005 National Music Prize, invited the public to have fun, sing and have a wonderful evening among friends, and made this invitation a reality with the concert he offered in this city as part of his national tour
The Annual Literary Critic Award was given at the Dulce Maria Loynaz Cultural Center on Thursday to seven writers, whose works were selected as the most important of all those printed by Cuban publishing houses in 2009
More than 2,000 books by Cuban and international authors will be soon hitting the book shelves at 16 book fair venues across the Cuban capital, when the Cuba 2011 International Book fair opens its doors on February 10
Education ministers from several African countries and from the members of the Bolivarian Alliance for the Peoples of the Americas (ALBA) will participate next week in the Pedagogy 2011 congress, scheduled for Havana from January 24 to 28
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