Bolivia Present with some 1,500 Titles at Havana’s Book Fair

Bolivia is participating with some 1,500 titles in the 19th International Book Fair inaugurated in this capital on Thursday

XIX International Book Fair Opens in Havana

The XIX International Book Fair Cuba 2010 will be officially opened today at six and 30 o'clock in the Plaza de San Francisco of the fortress of La Cabana, and it will be open to the public tomorrow from 10 am

Book on the World Best-Ever Box Trainer Launched in Havana

Three Rounds with Alcides Sagarra, the name of the book by Cuban journalist Marcos Alfonso on the life of the living legend that helped shape the best boxing school ever to fight at Olympic Games, will be launched next February 20th in this city

Cubans and Foreigners Receive Services from National Archive

The National Archive of the Republic of Cuba, one of the oldest in Latin America, provided services to more than 5,500 people, including nationals and foreigners, over the last three years

Spanish Group Joins Theater Performances in Cuban Mountains

The Guantanamo-Baracoa Theater Crusade, aimed at paying tribute to Cuba’s National Hero Jose Marti and bringing theater presentations to residents in the mountains on the eastern side of the island, included in its tour on Wednesday the performances of the Spanish group Los cuentos de Acun (Acun’s Stories)

Ministers from 16 Nations Participate in Havana’s University 2010 Intl. Congress

Ministers from 16 nations are participating in the University 2010 International Congress, which will run until February 12 at Havana’s Convention Center in this capital, and that is attended by over 2,500 delegates

Cuban Contemporary Dance Company Celebrates 50th Anniversary

The Cuban Contemporary Dance Company (DCC, by its Spanish acronym) will end celebrations for its 50th anniversary with an encounter scheduled for Thursday at Havana’s Pabellon Cuba exhibition and cultural center

Chucho Valdes back in Havana after Participating in the Grammy Awards Ceremony

Cuban pianist Chucho Valdes returned to Cuba on Tuesday from the United States, after participating in the 52nd edition of the Grammy Awards, held in the city of Los Angeles

Nobel Prize Winner Nadine Gordimer Demands End of US Blockade of Cuba

South African writer Nadine Gordimer, winner of the 1991 Nobel Prize in Literature, has asked the United States Government to end its financial, commercial and trade blockade against Cuba

Cuban Ceramist’s Artworks Awarded in China

Two pieces by Cuban artist Martha Jimenez Perez, best known for her ceramic artwork, were recently awarded in Shanghai’s modern art biennial. The artworks will be exhibited in that Chinese city in April


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