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    Congress reconsiders ban on Cuba travel

    Congress reconsiders ban on Cuba travel
    Ed Perkins On Travel
    Thursday, March 22, 2007

    Cuba — long off-limits to ordinary U.S. tourists — may once again
    become an enticing vacation option. Last month, Reps. Charles Rangel,
    D-N.Y., and Jeff Flake, R-Ariz., submitted a bill that would require the
    administration to allow U.S. citizens to visit Cuba and allow U.S.
    travel… Continue reading

    Hip Hop Sidelined but Still Rapping

    MUSIC-CUBA:
    Hip Hop Sidelined but Still Rapping
    Dalia Acosta

    HAVANA, Mar 19 (IPS) – Cuban hip hop music is past its peak, and is
    struggling to survive in a context where it lacks performance venues,
    receives only weak institutional support, and has to compete with more
    commercial music styles alien to the critical discourse that the
    movement has promoted since… Continue reading

    Hip hop persiste al margen

    Hip hop persiste al margen Por Dalia Acosta. IPS, 16 de marzo de 2007. LA HABANA, mar (IPS) – Pasados sus años de auge, el hip hop cubano trata de sobrevivir en la escasez de espacios para expresarse, el débil apoyo institucional y la aparición de estilos más comerciales ajenos al discurso crítico que promovió [...] Continue reading

    Los disidentes feos

    SOCIEDAD
    Los disidentes feos
    Luis Cino

    LA HABANA, Cuba – Marzo (www.cubanet.org) – Me sorprendió la cantidad de
    opiniones sobre mi crónica "Sting estuvo en La Habana". Muchos
    defendieron el derecho del cantante británico a viajar a Cuba con
    carácter privado, sólo para bailar salsa e ir a la playa, sin meterse en
    política.

    Incluso, me reprocharon una… Continue reading