Friday, July 30, 2010

Odds and ends

  • Diario las Americas welcomes Orquesta Aragon, the “mother of Cuban charanga bands” with “the sound everyone remembers” to Miami for concerts tonight and tomorrow night. The group’s tour goes also to Tampa, San Francisco, Los Angeles, and Puerto Rico.

  • Guillermo Farinas returns home from the hospital after ending his hunger strike earlier this month and gives an interview to the Associated Press in the royal plural: “We feel a bit run down physically,” the release of prisoners “makes us happy,” etc.

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