Dayme Arocena is an award-winning Afro-Cuban singer from Havana, who has been described as Cuba’s “finest young female singer.” Her new album is Cubafonía.
Fidel Castro is dead at age 90. Fidel Castro ruled Cuba for almost 50 years before handing over the powers to his brother Raul in 2008.
The appropriately titled “Habana Dreams” finds Pedrito Martinez sharing Cuban roots-infused songs that are presented with the gusto and joy that his group has become famous for. Check it out.
Cuban comedian and show host Alexis Valdes makes his debut in literary circles with a new book titled Con todo mi humor, Alexis Valdes.
New York City’s Pedrito Martinez Group drops their debut studio album. This charismatic group – a veritable ‘Latino Fab Four’ – who met and started playing together at the Guantanamera Restaurant in New York City five years ago, is led by the much in-demand Cuban […]
This is an excerpt from the “Latin Pulse” series that ran on July 3, 2013, and is a complete story from reporter/producer Curt Devine on how more and more Cuban dissidents are turning to the internet to raise awareness of their struggles against the Cuban dictatorship.
Cuba’s government plans to reform the country’s ailing economy, but claims it will protect the country’s legacy of socialism.
The Dodgers’ Cuban phenom Yasiel Puig had a record-setting first month in the bigs, his 44 hits second in MLB history in that span after Joe DiMaggio. See the highlights of his first month.
Los Carpinteros is the name taken by a group of young Cuban artists who as a collective entity specialize in the creation of humorous installations and objects. In 1991 Marco Antonio Castillo Valdes, Dagoberto Rodriguez Sanchez, and Alexandre Arrechea formed what would become Los Carpinteros. Irreversible, is an exhibition of new work by Los Carpinteros at the Sean Kelly Gallery in New York. Learn more and see the exhibit.