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Photo by Alain L. Gutiérrez Almeida

Businesswomen denounce damage to Cuban families

A not so good year is coming to an end for Cuba compared to 2016, which was strident and promising: we came close on the list of successes. Havana was visited by Francis and Kiril, the Rolling Stones, Chanel, Fast … Continued

Por en Economy and Business

Billboard: To 2018 and beyond…

There’s only two days left for New Year’s Eve. Here it comes the weekend and with it the last day of 2017. So, if you haven’t, get on planning how you’ll celebrate. On behave of our team, congrats, and of … Continued

Por en Culture

U.S. cruise ships have been regularly visiting Cuba since 2016. In the photo, the Oceania Cruises flagship in the bay of Santiago de Cuba. Photo: Claudia García.

Traveling to Cuba

  The Obama administration started modifying the Cuban Assets Control Regulations (CACR) based on its policy objectives: “getting involved with and empowering the Cuban people,” “increasing contacts to support Cuban civil society” and “promoting the independence of citizens from the … Continued

Por en Economy and Business

Harvard University Vice Provost Mark C. Elliot and Cuban Deputy Minister of Higher Education Aurora Fernández. Photo: Erin Goodman.

Harvard vice provost: we have been able to overcome the logistical challenges

  Harvard seems unreachable. It is a powerful hallmark. It represents a tradition not only for being the first university founded in the United States or because it manages one of the major financial grants among the world’s universities. Harvard … Continued

Por en Society

Photo: Otmaro Rodríguez Díaz

And the end of 2017 is here!

    December lets you know that a year is coming to an end and another is beginning. With the last days of the last month come Christmas Eve, Christmas Day and New Year’s Eve, festivities that the family and … Continued

Por en OnCuba Media

Photo by Roberto Ruiz

Much more than growing

The 1.6 percent GDP growth in 2017 is undoubtedly surprising and surpasses by far the 1.1 percent growth of the first semester of this same year. Taking into account the difficult conditions in which it was achieved, the combination of … Continued

Por en Columns, Counterbalance

One of the U.S. Marines who desecrated the statue of Martí in Havana’s Parque Central in March 1949. Photo: Bohemia.

The desecration of Martí’s statue and the photos of the discord

  Before the birth of the Republic in 1902, the inhabitants of Cuban port cities were the victim of the outrages of the U.S. Marines who called at port in the largest of the Caribbean islands. Havana, Matanzas, Santiago de … Continued

Por en Society

U.S. Secretary of Defense Jim Mattis. Photo: Getty.

Pentagon chief visits Guantanamo

  U.S. Secretary of Defense Jim Mattis visited last Thursday the Guantanamo Naval Base to “wish the military posted there happy holidays,” reported AP. This is the first trip of a Pentagon chief to the base in almost 16 years … Continued

Por en Society

Ron Perlman in the Cuban film “Sergio and Sergei”. Photo:

Ron Perlman, “so fucking proud” to film in Cuba

  For Cubans Ron Perlman will always be Vincent, the main character of the TV series Beauty and the Beast, a role that made an impression on several of the island’s generations ever since it was broadcast for the first … Continued

Por en Culture

Billboard: Beginning of the final party

To begin closing the year big we invite you to the last 2017 Silvio Rodriguez’s concert in the neighborhoods, today in Cayo Hueso. Write down the address and get there. To continue with the Music we recommend the special concert … Continued

Por en Culture


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