Cuba plans to celebrate the 87th birthday of its "historical" revolution leader Fidel Castro next Tuesday with the release of a book dedicated to him, local media said Thursday.
Ruth Behar (born 1956) is a Cuban American writer.
Robert Lazaro Andino (born April 25, 1984) is a Cuban-American professional baseball infielder with the Seattle Mariners of Major League Baseball. Prior to joining the Orioles in 2009, he spent parts of four seasons with the Florida Marlins from 2005 through 2008. He is of Puerto Rican and Cuban descent.
Paul L. Cejas (1943), a native of Cuba who arrived in Miami, Florida in 1960, is chairman and chief executive officer of PLC Investments, Inc., a wholly owned company that manages portfolio investments, as well as investments in real estate, health care and venture capital projects.
Alain David Jourgensen (born October 9, 1958, in Havana, Cuba; often known as Al Jourgensen), is a Cuban-American musician best known as the founder and frontman of the industrial metal band Ministry. He is sometimes credited as Alain Jourgensen, Alien Jourgensen, Hypo Luxa (his alias as a music producer), Dog, Alien Dog Star and Buck Satan. He is a member and/or founder of several industrial rock bands, performing as a singer, guitarist or keyboard player.