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Israel Lopez Cachao & Bebo Valdez

Israel Lopez Cachao

A day like today September 14 Mr. Israel Lopez Cachao was born.  Cubans used to call him simply “Cachao” , he had won many Grammy awards as well as a star in the Hollywood Walk of Fame, Cachao died in Miami in 2008. He is credited with creating the Mambo in the late 1930’s.  I […]

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Olympic lessons

Danell Leyva, 2012 Olympic Bronze Medalist.

Danell Leyva is an Olympic medalist, he got the Bronze medal in the all around gymnastic competition at the 2012 Olympic games in London.  His medal has a big significance because it is the 2nd or 3rd ever Olympic medal for the USA in an all around Olympic gymnastic competition. Danell represented the USA with […]

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Nostalgia Cubana – Celia Cruz y La Sonora Matancera – Bonco

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United States, Cuba and Russia

Beautiful Olympic moment, the flags of  the  United States, Cuba and Russia celebrating together at the women’s pole vault final. ” Our philosophy precedes from the belief that sport is an inalienable part of the educational process and a factor for promoting peace, friendship, cooperation and understanding among peoples. ” Juan Antonio Samaranch   PS: […]

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Interview with Ryan Lochte’s Cuban mother.

Ryan Lochte
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CEREZO ROSA with one of the best trumpet player Jaime Calderon. NIHABLAR is the second clip with his original Mexican orchestra. while touring the USA. Perez Prado

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Set fire to the rain with a Cuban flavor

I’m sure all of you had heard this song from the talented and and Grammy winner Adele. This time hear it with a little Cuban flavor. Our friend Leslie Cartaya lead singer form the Afro-Cuban Funk band PALO. Let me know what you think?  

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Navidad with Spanish Turrones! (Christmas with Spanish nougats)

Spanish nougat are a staple this time of the year in all Spanish homes and for us as Spanish descendants the nougats are also a traditional food this time of the year. These sweets are made of pure Mediterranean almonds and honey; invented in Jijona more than 500 years ago by the moors The traditional […]

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Cuban Pastelitos (Cuban pastries) delivered from Miami.


My Cuban Store is excited to introduce fresh Gourmet Cuban baked goods. Cuban pastries  or “Pastelitos”, have become a staple finger food of the South Florida community. Pastelitos are “puff pastries” which consist of thin crispy layers of crust and they are filled with rich fruit preserves, meats or cheeses. The outer crust is extra […]

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Blue Danube Cha,cha,cha. Classic Music with a Cuban Beat.

Cuban Blue Danuve

Do you love classic music? Let me know what you think about this video below?

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