A man of conviction and loyalty to the working class, JesĂşs MenĂ©ndez Larrondo embraced from his adolescence, with courage and energy, the revolutionary and patriotic ideology claimed by his people.
It has been said - without reason or deep discernment - that the winner of the 1992 Cervantes Prize is one of the least amorous lyricists in America, but this assertion is fallacious because Loynaz loved from the depths of her soul, perhaps without making it public or visible in her writings, but some surprising confessions bear witness to this.
Trapped by the magic of the Teatro de La Palabra, we were left spellbound after enjoying the show Vidas comunes, performed in the last few weeks of November in the Sala Tito Junco of the Centro Cultural Bertolt Brecht, by its founder and director Osvaldo Manuel PĂ©rez PeĂ±alver.
Ladies who meet in the universe of the National Museum of Decorative Arts, women who coincide in a space of harmonious communication, make up the exhibition La nasobuqueĂ±a tropical by the renowned Cuban visual artist Flora Fong, opened as part of the 14th Havana Biennial.
When talking about what makes a good film, the example of Citizen Kane (Orson Welles, 1941) resurfaces once again.
Through the Ordinary Issue of the Official Gazette No. 111, dated October 8, 2021, of the Council of Ministers of Cuba, eight new protected areas have been declared as Zones with Special Regulations, of the type of High Environmental Significance and Historical-Cultural Importance (Protected Area Category): Lomas de La Canoa-Cueva La Chucha and Lomas Las Tasajeras, located in the municipality of Yaguajay in the province of Sancti SpĂritus.
Having just won the Revolution, Cuba lost one of its most valuable and unforgettable sons, the excellent soldier and guerrilla leader of lofty political thought, the legendary Commander Camilo Cienfuegos GorriarĂˇn.
In the indelible memory of Cubans, the events of that Tuesday, 20 October 1868 will live on. In a Bayamo recently liberated by Carlos Manuel de CĂ©spedes, proven patriots, men, women, and children sang with swollen chests and tears expressing the fires of the soul, what was then called La Bayamesa and which thirty years later was recognized as the Cuban National Anthem.
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