Tribute to Writer Regino Boti in Guantanamo, his hometown

A pilgrimage to the tomb of poet and legal adviser Regino E. Boti, headed on Thursday the activities organized to mark the 132nd anniversary of the birth of Guantanamo’s greatest intellectual of all time

Spanish Journalist Receives Award from Cuban Colleagues

Spanish journalist and researcher Pascual Serrano received on Wednesday the ‘Felix Elmuza’ award granted by the Cuban Union of Journalists (UPEC, by its Spanish acronym) for his outstanding work and relevant merits achieved

Cuba and Russia United by Culture

Cuba and Russia are united by culture, even though they are thousands of kilometers away, according to Russian intellectual Leonid Yuzefovich, who attended the ongoing 19th Cuban International Book Fair 2010 in Havana

New Books in Braille in Cuban Schools and Libraries for the Blind

Several books printed in Braille are now found at schools and libraries for the blind in Cuba, coinciding with the 19th International Book Fair, now underway in Havana

Brazilian Governor Meets with Cuban Cultural Delegation

The Cuban cultural delegation promoting the 30th Caribbean Festival scheduled for July in the city of Santiago de Cuba was received on Tuesday in Pernambuco, Brazil, by Eduardo Campos, governor of that state

Colombian Theater in Cuban Mountains

The Guantanamo-Baracoa Theater Crusade, the winner of the 1999 Community Culture Prize, incorporated on Tuesday the performances of the Colombian group Nuestra Gente to its tour of the mountains of eastern Cuba

Salvador Sanchez Ceren Autobiography Presented in Havana

Con sueños se escribe la vida (Life is Written with Dreams) is the title of an autobiographic work by Salvador Sanchez Ceren, vice-president of El Salvador, which will be presented this Tuesday on the fifth day of the Cuba International Book Fair 2010

World Scuba Divers Try Shooting Submarine Photos in Cuban Waters

Some 40 scuba divers from Germany, Brazil, Chile, France, Italy, Spain and the host country Cuba are swimming today into deep sea waters of the Isle of Youth hoping to shoot their best pictures for the FOTOSUB 2010 International Underwater Photography Contest

Biggest and Smallest Books of the World on Display in Cuba

The biggest book and the smallest ones of the world will be exhibited this Tuesday in Pavilion I of San Carlos de La Cabaña Fortress, the venue of the 19th Cuban International Book Fair 2010

Awards Day in Cuba International Book Fair 2010

The National History Prize 2009 was granted today in Havana to researcher Ibrahim Hidalgo with the Jose Marti Studies Center, as part of the 19th Cuba International Book Fair 2010


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