The Provincial Museum Palacio de Junco has as a sample of the month the coat of arms of a distinguished Matanzas tailor: Manuel Iglesias Zapico, who founded the Casa el Pevo Real in the 70s of the 19th century, specializing in making men’s clothes; later a tailor shop and shirt shop, located in the central street of Medio, which would bear his name.
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The musicians of the Matanzas Symphony Orchestra (OSM) dedicated last Saturday’s concert to the teacher Elena Herrera Peraza, outstanding orchestral director who for many years was the owner of the prestigious group from Matanzas.
Under the title Raw reality, a photographic exhibition was inaugurated at the José Miguel González Jiménez art gallery in the municipality of Colón. This is a selection of 23 snapshots of two North American artists whose purpose is to denounce the environmental catastrophe that affects the area of the Ecuadorian Amazon, according to Roberto Capote, director of the institution for more than three decades.
There where everything ends, where nothing else is possible and the exhausting conflicts of day to day appear; where life is transformed with just a movement and imagination flies low, literature is strengthened.
Gisèle Pineau is a sweet, calm and affable woman. When he speaks his words seem to slide to the rhythm of a pulsating rhythm, they dance around the ideas with a suggestive and attractive musicality. No need to understand, their gestures betray so much sensitivity contained.
Cataloged by the specialists as a milestone in the literature dedicated to the City of Rivers and Bridges, the text Matanzas in the viewer of time will be presented today at 2:00 in the afternoon at the stand of Ediciones Boloña, during the activities of the fifth day of the International Book Fair of Havana.
I would have liked being able to interview him on this day, the day he turns 58, but the Conservator has barely time for himself, he is always available to the lady who seduces him at every moment, at every step, in every thought.
In ancient times men transmitted their experiences, knowledge and teachings through body expressions and, later, through verbal language. Evolution brought with it the appearance of paper, the printing press, the technical supports, up to the sophisticated means available to human beings today.
On January 28th, 165 years of the birthday of José Julián Martí and Pérez were celebrated, one of the most important figures of Cuban literature, recognized by all as the National Hero and apostle of our independence. The Havana boy who saw the light in Paula Street no. 41, besides having been an eminent speaker and example of revolutionary intellectual, he cultivated the genres of poetry, novel, theater and criticism.