Raúl Castro, 86, will remain the head of the Communist Party, which is still the most powerful position in the country.
Rightly or wrongly, this is the moment many Cubans in exile have been waiting for since the early 1960s.
On April 19, the National Assembly will meet to pick Cuba’s next leader. And for the first time in six decades, his last name will not be Castro.
“I truly believe that music is music, and that genre distinctions are becoming increasingly irrelevant by the second.”
How the people of Cuba’s creative class are pushing their imaginations, and their government, to the limit.