I don't believe that it is on anybody's blogroll but it should be on everybody's. It isn't even necessary for me to describe it as it describes itself very well: an archive of more than 35,500 articles about Cuba; 73 targeted RSS newsfeeds about Cuba; and 33 pages of audio recordings and videos about Cuba, such as the Castro-Chávez Radio Hoax (audio); Che: Anatomy of a Myth (video); and Cuban Students Punished for Accessing the Internet (video).
Its mission statement assures us that this is a resource as valuable as it is well-grounded:
Cuba Verdad aims to provide it's members with a central exchange to receive both articles and links about Cuba with the aim of providing them with an extensive source of information for those interested in freedom and democracy in Cuba.
Cuba Verdad hopes to become a central data source for those supporting the cause of freedom and democracy in Cuba providing members with a wealth of published articles and links to sites containing information about Cuba.
Cuba Verdad is in principle open to all that support freedom and democracy in Cuba independent of their political affiliation provided they support human rights, political freedom and freedom of expression.
I strongly recommend CubaVerdad to your consideration.