The Havana Carnival will be held this year from August 8 to 17 along the city’s “malecon” ocean drive. The people’s popularity award will be bestowed on most original and showy float and dance performance.
This past Saturday, I went to the piano-bar located in Cuba’s National Theater, a place a lot of people in Havana known as the Delirio Habanero. I hadn’t visited the place in five years. To my pleasant surprise, the place made a positive impression on me when I arrived.
“What I don’t understand is that they should work so hard to look for the games to broadcast that are ultimately the least attractive for us, the ones with no Cuban players,” says a baseball fan at Havana’s Parque Central sports talk corner.