USB memory sticks work as a bridge of information among Cubans
By Jorge Morales and Harold Cárdenas
MATANZAS, CUBA – A few yours ago, after permission was granted to import and buy DVD equipment, USB ports began to flourish. The positive result was the gradual decentralization of information.
June 4, 2012 - On the occasion of the controversy raised by the pastoral line proposed by the Archdiocese of Havana and Cardinal Jaime Ortega, Progreso Weekly has asked for the opinion of several prestigious...
By Jesús Arboleya Cervera
HAVANA – Much is said about the changes taking place in the Cuban-American community as a result of the arrival of the “new émigrés.” In this regard, emphasis is placed on their differences from the so-called “historic exiles,” ...
By Elsa Claro
HAVANA – A decisive semester begins this month. Amid dynamics that go from the street vendor of anything under the sun to the street buyer of “any little piece of gold” to the private restaurants of all categories, the government adopts measures of great size and meaning – but in perspective. In other words, they’re slow to come.
7 similarities between Marco Rubio and Cuban bread:
What follow are some of the answers received…
1. Both claim to be Cuban.
2. On the outside, they appear to be a lot.
3. On the inside, there’s very little (it’s inflated).
4. Initially they seem fresh, flexible, strong.
5. After a few days, when they grow old, they fall apart by simply delving into them, and then they create a dirty mess.
6. They appear good – especially with butter. But it’s fattening and not good for your health.
7. And as the doctors tells us: products made with flour CONTRIBUTE NOTHING TO YOUR ORGANISM.
By Bill Press
They said it could never happen again. Well, don't look now, but Florida is well on its way to stealing another election.
We all remember Florida 2000. A few months before the election...
By Danny Glover and Saul Landau
We visited Gerardo Hernandez for the fifth time and, as usual, his spirits seemed higher than ours despite the fact that he resides in a maximum-security federal prison.Click to continue reading...
By Max J. Castro
Last week brought grim news to anyone who believes that a Mitt Romney presidency would be a disaster for this country and the world. The economy, which had been recovering...
An interview with the Rev. Yosvany Carvajal
By the RPA/Progreso Weekly team
HAVANA – The task faced by the Felix Varela Cultural Center (CCFV), run by the Archdiocese of Havana, is a challenge to the present of Cuba, aimed at the future.