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Posted February 10, 2005 by publisher in Cuban Culture

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I just got my first issue of The H magazine and it is fantastic. I met with the publisher and he gave me a few promo copies. The first issue is even better than the promo issue. Anyone reading the Havana Journal should subscribe. Here is an excerpt from their website, [url=http://www.theHmagazine.com]http://www.theHmagazine.com[/url]

A MAGAZINE ABOUT HAVANA?

THE H IS OUT THERE… 1 December 2004, The H 01 was launched in over 60 countries worldwide. We’ve busted expectations in major cities from Riyadh to Bogot and Los Angeles, and got great feedback from London to Shanghai.

SO… WHAT ABOUT ISSUE 02?

The H 02: Spring, dance and movement in a constantly renewed metropolis. ‘Can’t dance? Can’t stop me!’ Juan Miguel Ms RE-INVENTS the concept of dance with his XXL company Danza Voluminosa. RE-CREATE: Young designers appropriate and RECYCLE materials into brilliant, imaginative collections. REBIRTH: The Malecon skyline shifts with new, futuristic architecture. The sounds of Sntesis are RENEWED with a dose of hip-hop. RESHAPE: ten ways to do a bit of your own bodywork while in town. REINVENT yourself in the Bella 2…

Subscribe here http://thehmagazine.com/TheH_subscription.php

  1. Follow up post #1 added on February 10, 2005 by Dana Garrett with 252 total posts

    I ordered it months ago when you first advertised it here on HJ.  I wondered what the delay was.  I hope I get my copy soon.  Their website is quite good.


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