Articles Tagged with: Cuba

UPDATED: Put Celia in the Smithsonian
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UPDATED: Put Celia in the Smithsonian

Your vote can help hang a portrait of Celia Cruz in the Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History!

UPDATE: She won! Now what?

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There are Dinosaurs in Cuba, apparently.
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There are Dinosaurs in Cuba, apparently.

Apparently, Cuba’s got its own Jurassic Park. Las bestias no son de carne y hueso, sino de cemento, pero we still want to visit.

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Cuban Independence Day Explained
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Cuban Independence Day Explained

“While the date is a cause for celebration, the nation was effectively hamstrung by the cruel irony of independence without freedom. To anyone else, this…

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What will Castro confess to the Pope?
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What will Castro confess to the Pope?

MIAMI – Castro’s reportedly rediscovered Jesus and will make a confession to the Pope. We’ve discovered some of his more surprising transgressions.

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Has Fidel Castro Found Jesus?
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Has Fidel Castro Found Jesus?

MIAMI – We’re calling shenanigans on this one.

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Ca$hflow: Using Graffiti to Heal in La Habana
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Ca$hflow: Using Graffiti to Heal in La Habana

A group of graffiti artists has plans for La Habana. Help them meet their goals!

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Highlights from Fidel Castro’s Essay
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Highlights from Fidel Castro’s Essay

Yesterday, Fidel Castro published a piece on the web that, among other things, made fun of the Republican presidential candidates. Here are the most important…

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Trailer: Juan of the Dead
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Trailer: Juan of the Dead

With a title that pays homage to the old Romero classics, Juan of the Dead (Juan de los Muertos) looks to revive Cuban cinema after…

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Brooklyn Restaurant Week 2011 Guide
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Brooklyn Restaurant Week 2011 Guide

What would Brooklyn Restaurant Week be without some sabor Latino? We’ve compiled a list of Latin American restaurants, some old timers and other new arrivals that…

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Latin American Herstory
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Latin American Herstory

Girls rule and boys drool, or something like that. And there’s a month that embodies this theory. March is Women’s History Month, so it’s time…

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…Because it’s Cafecito Time Somewhere
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…Because it’s Cafecito Time Somewhere

Bustelo, what? There’s a new cafe company brewin’. Meet Kana Cuban Coffee Roasters.

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Is President Obama Under a Frita Spell?
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Is President Obama Under a Frita Spell?

President Barack Obama visits Miami and succumbs to El Mago de la Frita’s Cuban Frita spell.

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Silvio Rodríguez Returns to the U.S.
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Silvio Rodríguez Returns to the U.S.

Trovador Silvio Rodríguez makes his return to the U.S. after three decades tonight at the sold-out Carnegie Hall show.

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NYC Summer Concert Preview: June
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NYC Summer Concert Preview: June

It may not feel like it outside, but the humid temps are around the corner, and that means the best live music can’t be too far…

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Boricua Hipster Romanticizes NY Latinas; (Unsurprisingly) Gets in Trouble
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Boricua Hipster Romanticizes NY Latinas; (Unsurprisingly) Gets in Trouble

New York-based artist Sofía Maldonado has explored her concept of the Up-Uptown Latina Manhattanite in a mural on 42nd Street, and we don’t know whether…

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