Archivo de Magazine articles

Archivo Magazine articles

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

Por en Economy and Business, Magazine articles

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

Por en Magazine articles, OnCuba Media

A dying hotel in Sagua la Grande

When Gran Hotel Sagua started to be built in 1925, nobody thought that it would be a ruin 90 years later. Located in the central part of the country, it was one of the most luxurious at the time. No … Continued

Por en Culture, Magazine articles, OnCuba Media

Penn State Nittany Lions Play Friendly Games in Cuba

The baseball team of Pennsylvania State University travelled to Cuba to play friendly games with local teams, attending an invitation from the Center for Studies on Jose Marti. The delegation’s press officer Judith Clyne spoke to OnCuba prior to the … Continued

Por en Magazine articles, Sports

On the right path

It’s the third time in 17 years that a pope has visited Cuba. Like the previous trips, this most recent visit holds significance for the Catholic Church and for Cubans in and outside of the country. But this pope is … Continued

Por en Magazine articles, Proposiciones, Society

Vaca Frita. Photo: Alain Gutierrez Almeida

Flavors: Vaca Frita

Herón Vega Granados (Havana, 1972). Actor. He began his career at the age of 6 in the movie Portrait of Teresa, directed by his father, Pastor Vega, and starring his mother, Daysi Granados. His career includes films such as Video … Continued

Por en Flavors

I never learned anything by talking

It’s hard to get hold of him. Between his work as a journalist for CNN, his talks and promotion for his books, and the countless dreams that engulf him, we’ve had to postpose our interview three times. Finally, we get … Continued

Por en Culture, Magazine articles

Photo by Dario Leyva

Cuban anti-cholera vaccine

Dr. Rafael Fando, of Cuba’s National Center for Scientific Research, (Centro Nacional de Investigaciones Científicas, CNIC) is the leading researcher for the anti-cholera vaccine. He began working on the vaccine since he was a student and continued after graduating. The … Continued

Por en Magazine articles, Science

To Work: Lescay’s Great Monument

At a very young age, Alberto Lescay discovered that the visual arts “were his world”; however, he was torn at first by having to choose between sculpture and painting. “At this point, I haven’t decided on either, but on both,” … Continued

Por en Culture, Magazine articles

Marta Estévez: “You can have a lot of love in poverty”

A sign hung on the door of Marta Estévez’s home, in the Havana neighborhood of 10 de Octubre, the day we went to interview her: “We’re unavailable until further notice, please, do not disturb.” We knocked on the door and … Continued

Por en Magazine articles, Society


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