Here are 10 famous people you may not have known were Cuban-American but you’ll want to.
Category - People & Reviews
Meet Cínikos, the young alternative rock group crowdfunding their way to success in Cuba.
CANDELA Book Club co-founder, Leilani Bruce, walks us through Andrea Queeley's book to learn more about the Anglo-Caribbean influence in Cuba.
Mall Santa, all I want for Xmas is to interview Ana de Armas. That's all I need to believe in the miracle of the 1995 shopping mall Santa.
It is the best book on Cuba that I’ve ever read - void of political heat, the pick this side or that side adventure narrative.
Being a woman in Cuba these days means reinventing yourself, confronting a machista society and looking for innovative solutions.
"I believe that the place where you are born and grow up builds you as a person, your character and your spirit.”
Amigo Skate's Rene Lecour has been bringing skateboards into Cuba for a decade. Next up: he's planning the first ever cross island trek.
Cuban journalist Yariel Valdes Gonzalez started his career in Santa Clara as a reporter for the state-owned newspaper Vanguardia. He came to the United States in 2019.
Dr. Helen Yaffe's new documentary presents a cautiously hopeful perspective highlighting Cuba's leadership on the subject.
Patrick Oppmann, CNN's Havana bureau chief, talks to Startup Cuba about living in Cuba as an American journalist.
From Argentina to Venezuela, this list of Latin American books from 15 different authors will inspire and connect you.