The Associated Press reports that many Cuban Americans expect nothing to change after Raúl Castro steps down as president.
NPR's program "Here and Now" interviews CRI Director Jorge Duany about the change of president on the island.
According to reports by Agence France Presse, the opposition movement is fractured on the eve of the historic presidential handover in Cuba.
This lecture by David Virelles González will examine the Cuban "cinquillo," a rhythmic cell that can be found throughout sub-Saharan Africa and in several Cuban styles that emerged during Spanish colonial times.
This volume by renowned photographer Cynthia Carris Alonso is a stunning culinary and visual journey through Cuba that presents 75 authentic, never-before-shared recipes from the world's most inventive chefs.
This lecture by Jorge Camacho will assess Carlos Ripoll's contributions to our understanding of José Martí, and how Camacho's research project has led him to publish more than 50 previously unknown chronicles that Martí wrote while living in New York in the 1880s.