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En Cuba, los viejitos también tocan rock

 03/28/2016 - 10:52
Foto, arriba: EFE/Rolando Pujol; foto de recuadro: EFE/Ernesto Mastrascusa

Si usted es de los que pensaba que la mayor atracción del año en La Habana era Barack Obama, piénselo otra vez. El Presidente de Estados Unidos, pese a su carisma y su coraje en viajar a Cuba dejando a un lado medio siglo de enemistad, fue solo el acto de apertura para los Rolling Stones, un grupo que es un monumento a la improbable energía y resistencia de la gente de la tercera edad.

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In Cuba, senior citizens rock

 03/28/2016 - 10:27
Photo above: EFE/Rolando Pujol; inset photo: EFE/Ernesto Mastrascusa

If you thought Barack Obama was the big ticket this year in Havana, think again. The President of the United States, for all his charisma and courage in traveling to Cuba putting aside half century of relentless enmity, was only the opening act for the Rolling Stones, a band that is a monument to the improbable stamina and endurance of old —and I mean, old— people.

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Sabrina Vourvoulias
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OuterSpace: Desde las calles de Filadelfia, una hermandad de toda la vida

 04/01/2015 - 15:50
Fotos: Andy Albaladejo, Broadstreetphoto.com
 

On a cold March Sunday evening, Mario Collazo and Marcus Albaladejo were in Scott Stallone’s studio in South Philadelphia recording their latest work, the long anticipated Lost in Space album. More than a few trials and tribulations have kept this album at bay, including Albaladejo’s stage 3 cancer diagnosis in 2013.

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OuterSpace: From the streets of Philadelphia, a lifelong brotherhood

 03/30/2015 - 02:37
Photos: Andy Albaladejo, Broadstreetphoto.com
 

On a cold March Sunday evening, Mario Collazo and Marcus Albaladejo were in Scott Stallone’s studio in South Philadelphia recording their latest work, the long anticipated Lost in Space album. More than a few trials and tribulations have kept this album at bay, including Albaladejo’s stage 3 cancer diagnosis in 2013.

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