I skipped work to see In the Heights and I think you should sneak past your boss today and do the same.
Category - People & Reviews
The rising Cuban star tells Startup Cuba about HBO's Revolution Rent, the story of bringing Rent to life in Cuba, and her journey to getting a role in Gloria Estefan’s...
This list of 21 Cuban and US social media accounts will keep you connected to all things happening in the space between the United States and Cuba.
Leilani Bruce, the co-founder of CANDELA Book Club, offers a beautiful review of Ricardo Gonzalez Zayas story as a Black Cuban boy entering the US during the Civil...
Puerto Rican director, Mariem Pérez Riera tells the story of the life and 70-year career of singer, actress and dancer Rita Moreno.
For a place where surfing isn’t legal, or recognized, you’d expect that people who do it might have some inhibitions or fears of participating.
To celebrate Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month we're sharing a film that unveils the history of Cuba's Korean diaspora.
Los Hermanos is a story of what’s possible to achieve when we break our geopolitical differences down to a human level.
As an entrepreneur and innovator, he has developed other focuses throughout his life that deviate from the world of sports.
Race, as we think about it in the United States, as we check it like the box that it is on job applications, on college applications, at the doctor’s office, does not...
I’ve always loved listening to piano. A small bar. Some sofas. Sexy, dim lighting and a piano player on a rainy night sums up my ultimate New York City experience.
The Candela book club facilitates a safe place for people to share their experiences and learn from the experiences of others.
This new generation of liberal Cuban American activists, now co-founders of Cubanos Pa'lante, still think dialogue is the way ahead, together.
Stylist Evan Elkowitz's latest piece in her series about Cuba's fashion scene introduces us to Textura. A designer creating environmentally conscious pieces made from...
In Dariel Suarez’s debut novel, the realities of living in Havana under a communist state are brought alive through vivid detail and a sense of lived experience.
Season 2 of Netflix’s Taco Chronicles Is Out: We Went to CDMX to “Taste” It for You
Al pastor as good as the Netflix show? Barbacoa that will wake you up on a Saturday morning? We needed to know if it was all as good as it looked.