Circus returns to Santa Cruz del Sur

3 Santa Cruz del Sur, May 20. –A small cast, member of the Buscando el Futuro(Looking for the Future) Nacional Circus Company was in Souther  Camaguey during the Whole week, as part of the program of activities that initiated four months ago in Santa Clara, showing how sane recreation can easily be inserted in the relaxation of the society. Young

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Hundreds of Unknown Works by Picasso in France

2 Paris, Nov. 30. -The story behind the discovery of 271 unknown works by Picasso has unfolded like a fable, involving a retired French electrician who was trying to obtain benefits. The news was published Monday in the French newspaper Liberation, and describes the events involving Pierre Le Guennec, the retired electrician, and Claude Picasso, the son of the farmed

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Alicia Alonso Honored in Ballet Festival of Havana

1 Havana, Oct 30. -Dance was in the air Thursday night in Havana, in the 22nd International Festival of Ballet, whose inaugural gala became a reverence to one of the legends without whom it would be impossible to write the history of this art. Alicia Alonso is 90 years old and still dancing. Her hands and arms, the slight undulation

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USA: Activists Won’t Let Oil Spill Be Forgotten

0 Washington, Jul 8. -Texas was just added to the list of US states damaged by the Gulf of Mexico oil spill, and social organizations are demonstrating Thursday to prevent the environmental tragedy from sinking into oblivion. In recent days, some groups have seen a tendency for the oil spill issue to disappear from the country's mass media. In order

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