Cuba

Latino doctor finds path to clinica via Cuba

I met Abraham Vela playing soccer at San Francisco State University. He and I were…

Renowned printmaker’s solo show pays homage to his farmworker roots

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Cuba’s first American Embassy Secretary in 50 years visits Bay Area

Miguel Fraga, the first secretary of the newly reestablished Cuban Embassy in Washington D.C., will…

Curator talks about upcoming exhibition on Cuban art

Acción Latina’s new exhibition—¡Cuba Libre! – An Exhibition of Cuban and American Ceramics, Prints &…

Encuentro 34 reaffirms power of Latin music in the Mission

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News in brief July 2 -15, 2015

The news in brief from July 2 – 15, 2015

Latin American news briefs: Cuba, Uruguay, Chile, Brazil

Cuba: United States and Cuba reestablishing diplomatic relations After decades of tense relationship between the…

Album Review: Cuban sisters’ debut mixes past and present, points toward future

By Atticus Morris Ibeyi—pronounced ee-bey-ee—is a Yoruban, Nigerian word that translates roughly to the concept…