CUBAN FLAMENCO DIVA LIGHTS UP JOYCESTREAM

CUBAN FLAMENCO DIVA LIGHTS UP JOYCESTREAM »

10 May, 2020
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Havana-born Irene Rodríguez founded the Compañía Irene Rodriguez in 2012 and since then has received  worldwide acclaim. She is an awardee of the Order “Isabel La Católica,” Spain’s highest civilian honor in recognition of the extraordinary conduct exemplified by the Spanish people, and for her contribution to fostering the friendship and cooperation of the Spanish Nation with the rest of the international community. 

HIDDEN CUISINES OF MADRID, A THREE-PART SERIES: (3) LA NEGRA TOMASA

HIDDEN CUISINES OF MADRID, A THREE-PART SERIES: (3) LA NEGRA TOMASA »

17 Dec, 2018
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This year La Negra Tomasa celebrated their 20th anniversary, and it’s not hard to see why they have stayed in business for so long. With live music and mojitos flowing every night, La Negra Tomasa is the place to be for a fun and delicious night out in Madrid.

From the Youngest to the Oldest, Cuba Dances

From the Youngest to the Oldest, Cuba Dances »

31 Jul, 2018
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Cuba has a rich dance history that goes beyond its famous exports: salsa, rumba and cha-cha-cha. On a Road Scholar trip, we were treated to the traditional, popular and contemporary dances performed by dancers of all ages in different settings. One such treat was a demo by the award-winning Havana Queens, an independent dance company that celebrates Cuba's African and Spanish roots and whose YouTube videos are dazzling. Cuba dances!

¡OH CUBA!

¡OH CUBA! »

17 Mar, 2018
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¡Oh Cuba! A lorcan, flamenco and Cuban show that pays tribute to the short but unforgettable visit to Havana of murdered Granada poet and playwright Federico Garcia Lorca after his much-publicized stay in New York (1929-1930). “Cuba is paradise,” he wrote to his mother. “If I get lost, look for me in Cuba or Andalusia.”

STATESIDE STORIES: Obama’s International Legacy

STATESIDE STORIES: Obama’s International Legacy »

14 May, 2016
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While President Barack Obama has taken to the skies in his final year in office, building a legacy of diplomatic efforts spanning the globe Strangely, the U.S. media seems to practically ignore his international travels while they focus on the all-consuming coverage of the campaigning to replace him in November

CEMETERIES IN SPAIN pictorial

CEMETERIES IN SPAIN pictorial »

25 Oct, 2015
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In conjunction with All Saints Day, we’re taking you to some of Madrid’s most sacred grounds

STATESIDE STORIES: Cinco de Mayo, Raul Castro, and the Pope

STATESIDE STORIES: Cinco de Mayo, Raul Castro, and the Pope »

11 May, 2015
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The meaning of the Cinco de Mayo celebration, and the touching result of President Raul Castro’s meeting with the Pope

STATESIDE STORIES: Castro and Obama Shake on It

STATESIDE STORIES: Castro and Obama Shake on It »

15 Apr, 2015
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“Although the detente would be a feather in Obama’s cap, only Congress can fully lift the U.S. sanctions on Cuba

U.S. NEWSBITS: Cuba Libre, Obama’s New Relations

U.S. NEWSBITS: Cuba Libre, Obama’s New Relations »

18 Dec, 2014
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President Obama announces talks to normalize diplomatic and economic relations with communist Cuba. Raul Castro is enthused.