Agencia Latinoamericana de Noticias Prensa Latina Canal RSS de la Agencia Latinoamericana de Noticias Prensa Latina Listen how the rhythm goes 25 de julio de 2021, 2:19  Oye cómo va (Listen how it goes)By Charly Morales Valido, Chief Correspondent/San SalvadorChicano hero of the electric guitar, Carlos Santana, responsible for tunes that we have heard over and over again without even suspecting that they are his celebrated his 74th birthday last July 20th. Dominican Republic: Historic Jewel By Edilberto F. MéndezChief Correspondent/Santo DomingoCaption: The museum opened its doors more than four years ago.The Juan Pablo Duarte Wax Museum, located where the independence hero lived in the Dominican capital, recreates the Santo Domingo of the mid-19th century, when the emancipation struggle occurred. Picasso, next to El Greco, in Prado Museum Madrid, (Prensa Latina) Since today, Pablo Picasso's 'Buste de Femme 43' is hanging in the El Greco room of the Prado Museum in Madrid, a fact full of symbolism and somehow of justice. Keith Collection returned to Costa Rica Por Alejandro GómezSan José, (Prensa Latina) Costa Rica has only been able to recover 2,286 archaeological pieces from different indigenous cultures of the little more than 16,000 taken to the United States by American business executive Minor Keith, builder of the railroad in the Central America and the Caribbean. Madrid pays tribute to Juan Padron's work Madrid, Jul 16 (Prensa Latina) Exaggeration, some would say, petulance would enunciate others, but the figure of Cuban cartoonist Juan Padron in the foreground at Casa de America in Madrid exceeded expectations. Capital of Bolivia prepares 25th International Book Fair La Paz, (Prensa Latina) The organizers of the International Book Fair in the capital of Bolivia are preparing the agenda for its 25th edition that will take place under health protocols imposed by Covid-19, combining on-line and on-site events. Education in Uruguay seeks parliamentary support against budget cuts Montevideo, July 12 (Prensa Latina) Key areas of education in Uruguay placed today their hopes in the Legislature for obtaining resources that were cut in the 2021 budget, which enters another week of discussion. Concert in Bolivia supports artists affected by the pandemic La Paz, Jul 10 (Prensa Latina) Bolivian musicians on Saturday are giving a benefit concert to raise funds for artists and workers of this sector who have not been able to perform in a long time due to Covid-19. Return of a classic By Martha Isabel AndrésWashington, (Prensa Latina) Every Steven Spielberg films arouses the interest of moviegoers, but if the movie in question is also a remake of one of Hollywood's most successful films, then expectations are overflowing. Cuban Rolando Luna's trio to perform at prestigious French festival Paris, Jul 8 (Prensa Latina) The Rolando Luna trio will offer the French public an approach to the Cuban musical richness with its performance on July 30 during the prestigious Jazz in Marciac festival, cultural promoter Carmen Mayans announced on Thursday. Juan Padron's Vampires return to Spain Madrid, Jul 8 (Prensa Latina) Almost over a month after a tribute to Juan Padron in the Canary Islands, the late Cuban cartoonist, illustrator and filmmaker will be recalled again, now at the Casa de America in Madrid. Tokyo Exhibition journeys through past and future of Japanese culture Tokyo, Jul 8 (Prensa Latina) The art exhibition 'Back TOKYO Forth' explores the past and future of Japanese culture at the Tokyo International Cruise Terminal gallery in this city. Festival of Cubans Residing Abroad begins Havana, Jul 7 (Prensa Latina) The Cultural Festival of Cubans Residing Abroad began online to provide, for three days, a space for exchange between dozens of Cuban artists based overseas. Film about Che Guevara at Beijing Int'l Festival Beijing, Jul 6 (Prensa Latina) The film 'Los Nombres de las Flores' (The Names of Flowers), inspired in the last minutes in the life of guerrilla fighter Ernesto Che Guevara, will be screened at the 11th Beijing International Film Festival, organizers said on Tuesday. Director of Moscow Does Not Believe in Tears dies of Covid-19 Moscow, Jul 5 (Prensa Latina) Russian filmmaker Vladimir Menshov, who directed the world-famous Soviet movie Moscow Does Not Believe in Tears, died of Covid-19 at age 81, Mosfilm studios reported on Monday. Syria celebrates In't Children's Day with cultural activities (+Photos) Damascus, Jul 5 (Prensa Latina) The Syrian coastal province of Tartus on Monday hosted the national week for International Children's Day, where several artistic and cultural events were organized. Bogota Philharmonic Orchestra closes music festival in Colombia Bogotá, Jul 4 (Prensa Latina) The Bogota Philharmonic Orchestra is performing the 'Opera without Borders', a selection of the best moments of this musical genre, during the closing day of the Cartagena Music Festival in Colombia, considered the greatest festival of classical music in Cartagena. German Foundation in Bolivia closes contest admission deadline La Paz, (Prensa Latina) The Friedrich Ebert Foundation in Bolivia closed the deadline for the admission of works for the Contest 'Enduring the crisis. Testimonies in pandemic' that invites to reflect on the experiences associated with Covid-19. Book on role of Cuban women translated in Syria Damascus, Jul 1 (Prensa Latina) The book 'Las mujeres en Cuba: Haciendo una revolución dentro de la revolución'(Women in Cuba: Making a Revolution within the Revolution), which highlights the work by Cuban women, was translated into the Arabic language by Syrian translator Ezza Hassoun. Literary contest in Bolivia dedicated to victims of coup La Paz, Jun 30 (Prensa Latina) The purpose of the Sacaba and Senkata: November in Memory contest, which seeks to honor the memory of the victims of the coup in Bolivia is to promote artistic, literary and investigative production, according to local media.