Cuba signs deal with Google for faster internet access
Google and the Cuban government have signed a deal allowing the internet giant to provide faster access to its data by installing servers on the island that will store much of the company’s most popular content.
Storing Google data in Cuba eliminates the long distances that signals must travel from the island through Venezuela to the nearest Google server. Washington has no direct data link to the communist island.Read more
Trudeau’s upcoming trip to Cuba
Next week, Trudeau will meet with Cuban President Raúl Castro, who took over his country’s leadership in 2008.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will retrace some of his father’s most historic footsteps next week when he travels to Cuba and quite possibly meets an old family friend — retired Cuban leader Fidel Castro.
International Ballet Festival of Havana
The International Ballet Festival of Havana attracts some of the top dancers from around the world. The first edition was in 1960 and has been alive since then. This event is certainly one of the most prestigious ballet festival in Cuba and is impatiently expected.Read more
Sofar was founded in 2010 and is currently based…..all over the World. It is an expanding network of artists and music lovers. Discover live music, if you can get in. Currently in 268 cities worldwide including Havana. They will be performing at our Boutique Hotel in Old Havana on September 17th. Secret group. Secret guestlist. Special Event broadcasted all over the planet.Read more
Chanel fashion show in Havana
Chanel turns Havana famous Prado into a private fashion runway for the 2016-2017 cruise line. This show was the most extreme manifestation of the new status of Cuba on the Art and Cultural scene.Read more
President Obama's visit to Cuba
Barak Obama made a historic trip to Cuba being the first US president to visit the Communist island since 1928. It was a symbol to end any remaining souvenirs of the Cold War in America.Read more
Rolling Stones perform historic 1st concert in Havana
The Rolling Stones performed in front of ten of thousands of Cuban and foreign fans at a free, outdoor concert in Havana. Naomi Campbell, Richard Gere and Jimmy Buffet all assisted to the show in the VIP section of the concert.Read more