Archivo de Magazine articles

Archivo Magazine articles

Fishers in Havana. Photo: Alejandro Ernesto / EFE.

Sending of remittances to Cuba registers new record in 2016

The sending of cash remittances to Cuba from the United States last year reached an estimate of 3.444 billion dollars, approximately 2.7 percent more than in 2015, which supposes a new record, according to a report by the Miami-based The … Continued

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Billboard: Without masks

This week will start with the expo Sin Máscaras: Arte Afrocubano Contemporáneo in Fine Arts Museum.  Also we will have art from two islands in Key West, and the new exhibit in Taller Gorría Gallery. Of course we will propose … Continued

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Billboard: Ink all over!

Hey there! We have a lot going on this week. One of the interesting events is the exhibition by Albert Oehlen, a recognized postwar German artist getting to Cuba and Latin America for the first time. You can’t miss it! … Continued

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José Raúl Capablanca passed away 75 years ago.

Capablanca in his last game

The Manhattan Chess Club that night was visited by one of its most illustrious parishioners. He is sitting in a corner, following with an attentive, incisive look the movements of a nearby chessboard. He smiles. It is March 7, 1942. … Continued

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First Pearl Seas cruise docks in Havana

On January 19 the Pearl Mist docked in the bay of Havana. This cruise ship belongs to the Pearl Seas line, the second U.S. company that is connecting the two shores after Carnival will inaugurate the route in March 2017. … Continued

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Photo: Alain L. Gutierrez Almeida

Chanel to the Rhythm of the Conga

A “historic and mischievous revolution that will last in the annals of the house’s spring ritual.” That’s how Chanel described her fashion show of the Cruise 2016-2017 Collection in Cuba. The avant-garde brand of world fashion was in Havana, and … Continued

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A festival to unite New York and Havana

With a tribute to actors Isabel Santos and Enrique Molina, the 17th Havana Film Festival New York will reopen its doors this year to continue to build bridges between the American and the Cuban peoples, this time through cinema. From … Continued

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Camaguey will have a railway museum

The old train station in Camaguey, built in the first half of the 20th century, is one of the most peculiar in Cuba. Its sober art deco lines give shape to a beautiful architectural complex that is a symbol of … Continued

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U.S. and Cuba will re-establish scheduled air services

Regular flights between the U.S. and Cuba could “commence sometime later this year,” the U.S. Government announced today in a press release. Department of Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx and Assistant Secretary of State for Economic and Business Affairs Charles H. … Continued

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The Havana Bay Ferry

Crossing the Havana Bay on board of the local ferry in a rainy winter day could make us think for a second that we are touring a Baltic city. But the conversations of the other passangers and the view of … Continued

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