Born in Cuba, her family fled from Fidel Castro’s communist regime in the late 1960s after standing against that tyrannical government. Stuart, whose writings have regularly appeared on conservative website RenewAmerica, currently lives in Ave Maria.
Last month, USA Today published an essay by Mark Pinsky under the headline, "Could Catholic leader usher in a new Cuba?" The opinion column proposed that the best possible successor to the Castro brothers is Cardinal Jaime Ortega y Alamino.
Such speculation, which has been sporadically offered in the past, is not only grossly disconnected from reality, but also condescending and offensive.
A mezzo soprano, Cuban American Gina Torres studied opera and jazz before she made her bread and butter as an actress. She and her husband, actor Laurence Fishburne, have a daughter. In USA Network's "Suits," Gina Torres plays the senior partner in a law firm.
He traveled to Cuba as the general manager of a Spanish hotel chain but previously spent time on the island between 2007 and 2008 when he filmed a hidden camera report on child prostitution in Cuba. The report aired on a private Spanish television station, added EFE. Cuban authorities responded negatively to the report, "Cuba, Child Prostitution."
The Cuban artist Arturo Sandoval will perform in Romania this fall, on November 9, at Sala Palatului in the capital city. After performing at the Jazz Festival held in Sibiu two years ago, the artist returns to Romania with his concert entitled “From Havana with love”.
U.S. Rep. David Rivera said Tuesday he wants to sanction Cuban Americans who return to the island less than five years after they left, alleging that they are abusing a loophole in the Cuban Adjustment Act and helping the country's communist system.
One of Communist-ruled Cuba's best-known singers, Pablo Milanes, said in quoted comments he would like to see more freedom to protest on the island as he prepared for a controversial concert this month in Miami.
With peaceful marches in many towns and cities, highly visible demonstrations in places such as the National Capitol building in Havana, and the constant condemnation of abuses perpetrated by the Castro brothers’ totalitarian regime, the Resistance has become a true force in defense of the Cuban people and their liberty, and is achieving an ever increasing impact on the Island.
A group of 23 Cuban doctors who have worked in the Barrio Adentro program in Venezuela expressed their readiness to join the lawsuit against Venezuela and Petroleos de Venezuela (PDVSA), after providing evidence that were forced to work under slave-like conditions while in Venezuela under the control of Cuban personnel.
In 1961 Fidel Castro and Che Guevara commissioned three young architects to build Cuba's National Arts School on the grounds of a country club in Havana. In the minds of its creators, it was to be the most modern and innovative academy of its kind. But before its completion, the ideals of the revolution changed, halting the project and sending the architects into exile. Forty years later, Castro invited them back to oversee the completion of the school they left behind...