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La Dicha Grande de contar con Martí

La Dicha Grande es el titulo de una colección fotográfica que por estos días se exhibe en el Memorial José Martí, gracias al ingenio creativo del artista cubano del lente Yasser (Lezkno) Lezcano. Tras varios meses de intensa labor culmino 13 murales con la técnica de la foto cerámica, donde muestras pasajes y texto de la vida y obra del Héroe Nacional de Cuba, complementando con un video arte... 

Polito Ibañez prepares making-off of his album “Ante tus Ojos”

Havana, Cuba. – The famous Cuban singer and songwriter Polito Ibañez is preparing the making-off of his most recent album, titled “Ante tus Ojos”, where he sets to music the works of outstanding Cuban poets. “I think the project is not very well known yet and I’m looking for tools of immediate communication so that people get to know it exists”, he told Radio Cadena Habana. Polito... 

Prepara Polito Ibáñez el making off de su disco Ante tus Ojos

El conocido cantautor cubano Polito Ibáñez prepara el making off de su más reciente disco titulado “Ante tus ojos”,  en el  que musicaliza obras de relevantes poetas de Cuba. Polito Ibáñez, cantautor cubano. Foto tomada de www.facebook.com/polito.ibanez Me parece que es un proyecto que todavía no se conoce del todo, y estoy buscando herramientas de comunicación inmediatas para que la... 

Rafael Maria Merchan, journalist and revolutionary first and foremost

Havana, Cuba. – Ana Nuñez-Machin’s investigative work “Classics of Cuban journalism” regards Rafael Maria Merchan as one of the most learned editors in his time. Our Jose Marti labeled him the “Golden Pen.” Merchan was born in Manzanillo, current Granma Province, in 1844. At the age of 12, he started learning the typography trade and worked as typesetter in the printer of “La Regeneracion”... 

Radio Cadena Habana: Periodismo al son de la música cubana

En el año en que se conmemoran los aniversarios 160 del natalicio de Juan Gualberto Gómez y 122 de la fundación por José Martí del Periódico Patria, los periodistas de Radio Cadena Habana realizamos un esfuerzo profesional en ascenso, convencidos de que nuestra labor resulta más necesaria cada día en aras de llevar a los oyentes la información inmediata y verás a través de trabajos amenos... 

Padre Félix Varela: el patriota entero como lo calificó José Martí

Un día como hoy, 25 de febrero, pero de 1853, falleció el  presbítero, patriota, pedagogo y ensayista cubano Félix Varela Morales, el  patriota entero, como fue calificado por nuestro Héroe Nacional José  Martí; el que nos enseñó primero a pensar, como señalara a los cubanos  el eminente pedagogo José de la Luz y Caballero. Félix Varela. También conocido como el Padre Varela. Sacerdote,... 

“Between factories and flowers”, theme of XX Cuban Labor Congress

Havana, Cuba. – Jose Marti once said that labs were the place where he could find the best poetry. Consistent with Marti’s words, these days we find poetry in textile mills, in furnaces; anywhere women and men work to change life for the better. Logo del XX Congreso Sindical cubano It is no surprise then, that factories smoke, the rumble of machines and the bustle of workers inspired Renito Fuentes,... 

Presence of Cuban women in music

Delving a little into history Havana, Cuba. – Learning some history, ancient or more recent, always brings particular pleasure. We feel the same when we study women’s presence in Cuban music and, furthermore, when we have the chance to share such knowledge with you, even if is briefly. So I’ll get to the point right away. Let’s see: the first women mentioned in Cuban music were the Gines... 
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CELAC, from the Panama Congress to Havana Summit

Havana, Cuba. –  A handful of nascent Latin American republics met in Panama, 188 years ago, at Liberator Simon Bolivar’s behest, to create a federation of independent countries. Rivalries and US adamant opposition thwarted the visionary dreams of those founding fathers. However, Panama Congress became ever since the cornerstone of Latin American and Caribbean unity doctrine. The Liberator... 

Jose Marti’s stay in México

Havana, Cuba. – After his deportation to Spain, Jose Marti visited his first great Latin American country, when he arrived in Mexico in February 1875. In Mexican soil, the Teacher assumed its history as his own. This country had lost more than half its territory at the hands of United States; had suffered European recolonization and vanquished it. It had divested the Catholic Church of its privileges...