The presentation of the latest issue of U.S. magazine OnCuba today became another tribute to the 493 anniversary of the founding of the city of San Cristobal de La Habana.
In the Carmen Mantilla gallery, located in Old Havana capital, Magda Resik, director of Radio Havana thanked the magazine staff for devoting this November issue to this city, to build a bridge with beautiful words for those in different parts of the world that admire it.
With a modern, sophisticated, rigorous selection of photographs and the excellent collaboration of journalists and writers, in their 2012 number nine OnCuba invites you to discover and explore the particular Havana soul that everyone loves, dreams, suffers and enjoys, Resik said.
Tahimi Arboleya, editorial director of the magazine, praised, among the articles that enrich the new edition, the interview to Eusebio Leal, Historian of the City, the history of Green Roof Tiles House, the Quinta de los Molinos, and an interesting woman who made of her home a theater room.
In collaboration with the Office of the Historian, journalist wrote articles on the work on restoration and conservation underway in Old Havana, while others addressed economic news, especially the lease policy in this area.
OnCuba, created on since March 2012, provides a monthly look at the reality of the island from the more intimate side of its protagonists: the richness of culture in its broadest sense, the events marking the country’s history, current economic transformations , daily life and customs of the Cubans.
Throughout this magazine there is a reflection of the land everybody loves, despite the distances and differences that may separate exiles, migrants and residents who live on the island, "is a bridge between the country where I have lived for 32 years and the one I came from, which I love dearly,” its president Hugo Cancio said.
Today is the in-flight magazine for Skyking, airline that carries over 80 percent of flights between the U.S. and Cuba. It is also sold in six Books and Books stores and more than 55 of the publisher Barnes and Nobles, throughout the United States.