Category Archives: Translator: BW

1, 2, 3, 4… The Census!

Logo downloaded from “radiorebelde.cu” The Antilliean archipelago’s authorities say that “In Cuba, we all count”, and that’s why from the 15th to the 24th of September all of the homes of the country will be visited to gather census information.  I … Continue reading

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The Color of Humanity

For many, black is a color, in spite of the definition that contends that it is the absence of visible light energy, that absorbs the light and that’s precisely why it isn’t it.  Whether from the light emitting groups or … Continue reading

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The Country Carousel

With its rustic figures of wood with a vertical tube going through it that no longer makes it go up and down, the little horses of Mónaco, en La Víbora, are the rusty gallop of boredom, the wheel of poverty … Continue reading

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Anduriña’s Syndrome

In the ’60s the Spanish duo of Juan and Junior popularized a song named “Anduriña”, that still can be heard today on some radio programs in Cuba and on pirated CDs, and also you can hear other versions now and … Continue reading

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