Cuban Music History, Part 3

Cuban Music History, Part 3

This is part three of a series on Cuban music. Part one can be found here. Click here for part two. It was recently announced that Sony Music International struck a deal with EGREM (Empresa de Grabaciones y Ediciones Musicales) to release decades of state-owned Cuban recordings. It’s the largest catalog of its kind, dating … Read more

This Shipping Company Just Began Service to Two Cuban Ports

The channels continue growing By the Cuba Journal staff In a testament to the strengthening commercial relations between the United States and Cuba, shipping company SC Line has begun service between Fort Lauderdale’s Port Everglades and the Cuban seaports of Mariel and Santiago, according to a report by the Sun Suntinel. The company’s Caroline Russ … Read more

What the Newest Cuba Travel Changes Mean

What the Newest Cuba Travel Changes Mean

Explaining the latest changes By the Cuba Journal staff The United States has further loosened travel restrictions to Cuba. Though ordinary tourism remains banned, Americans can now visit Cuba, without applying for a license from the government, for the following reasons: visits to close relatives, academic programs, professional research, journalistic or religious pursuits, and participation … Read more