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Una nota breve para invitarlos a que asistan al Festival Boricua, el sabado, 26 de junio en la Calle 58 y 1era Avenida en Brooklyn, NY(Sunset Park), de 12 del mediodia hasta las 7:00pm. Dejenle saber a sus amistades y familiares. . . a disfrutar de buena musica y comida. Estare vendiendo y autografiando mis dos libros de cocina: Sabrosuras Boricuas y Homestyle Puerto Rican Cooking.

A brief note to invite you to the Boricua Festival on Saturday, June 26th, from 12 noon to 7:00pm, Sunset Park, 58th Street and 1st Avenue, Brooklyn, NY. Spread the word please. There will be music, food and crafts. I'll be selling and signing my tow cookbooks: Sabrosuras Boricuas and Homestyle Puerto Rican Cooking.


Join us for the 45th Annual Puerto Rican Day Parade - Chicago
Chicago Puerto Rican Day Parade

Join us for the 45th Annual Puerto Rican Day Parade

SATURDAY JUNE 19, 2010 AT 12PM. STEP OFF BEGINS AT COLUMBUS AND BALBO IN DOWNTOWN CHICAGO

Now in its 28th year, this high-profile six-day June festival is the largest attended Hispanic festival in the City of Chicago. The attendance of this festival in Chicago is only rivaled by the 'Taste of Chicago'. The community feels a strong sense of ownership with Fiestas Puertorriqueñas. Recognized as one of the best organized festivals in the City of Chicago, Fiestas Puertorriqueñas is now considered one of the elite Hispanic festival in the country. The festival features more than; 60 food booths, 80 merchandise, arts & craft booths, 2 stages of entertainment, National acts, Jumbo Screens, The largest carnival ride operation in Chicago

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IF YOU WEREN'T ABLE TO GET TICKETS TO OUR SOLD-OUT CONCERT LAST NOVEMBER, HERE'S YOUR CHANCE TO ENJOY OUR MUSIC:

Presenting

ECOS DE PUERTO RICO
In a program of music from
Puerto Rico and Latin America

Thursday, September 30th
7:30 PM
Jackson Auditorium
Texas Lutheran University, Seguin

A HISPANIC HERITAGE MONTH EVENT
ADMISSION TO THIS EVENT IS FREE
Information: 210-493-5805


National Puerto Rican Day Parade New York City Sunday June 13
National Puerto Rican Day Parade - New York City

More than 2 million spectators are expected to line the parade route along New York City's Fifth Avenue from 44th Street to 86th Street (June 13, 11am-5pm EDT) as marchers, bands and colorful music and dance-filled floats honor Puerto Rican contributions and culture. More than 80,000 participants including many celebrities and political leaders are expected to march.


Puerto Rico has a variety of flags: the current national flag which represents the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, municipal banners to represent its numerous regions, political flags for the varied political ideologies of the people, and sports flags which Puerto Rico uses during sports and athletic competitions. The history of the current Puerto Rican flag goes all the way back to 1868.

South Florida Puerto Ricans savor Sonia Sotomayor's nomination

The nomination of Judge Sonia Sotomayor to the U.S. Supreme Court has been a source of pride among local Puerto Ricans and is sparking discussion of their future political role in South Florida.
BY LAURA FIGUEROA
lfigueroa@MiamiHerald.com
When Nydia Menéndez, president of the Florida Puerto Rican Bar Association, received an e-mail from Gov. Charlie Crist's Senate campaign stating he would not support the Supreme Court confirmation of Judge Sonia Sotomayor, she immediately started shooting e-mails to friends, to family, to anyone who would listen.

Her message: ``He lost my vote.''

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I would like to introduce you to an aspiring racecar driver who is looking to make history. In a sport where stereotypes are frequent this female is looking beyond that to accomplish bigger and better things. Her name is Natividad Soto of Team Soto Racing. Natividad is a 37 year Puerto Rican Female and her passion to make history by becoming the first Puerto Rican Female NASCAR Driver is equal to the passion she shares about the sport of racing.

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BERNARDO RUIZ’S ROBERTO CLEMENTE WINS
OUTSTANDING MADE-FOR-TELEVISION DOCUMENTARY AWARD

Roberto Clemente
Quiet Pictures, a New York-based production company, announced today that “Roberto Clemente” won the 2008 NCLR ALMA Award® for Outstanding Made-for-Television Documentary. Written, Directed and Produced by Bernardo Ruiz, the American Experience (PBS) documentary chronicles the life of an exceptional baseball player and committed humanitarian, who challenged racial discrimination to become baseball's first Latino supersta.

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Grupo Isla Del Encanto
Grupo Isla Del Encanto has a total of 36 kids that range in ages from 7 to 18. We have been together for 3 years. We specialize in Plena & Bomba dancing but We do not limit our selfs to Plena & Bomba We dance Reggaeton, Bachata and Tango as well.
Visit the Grupo Isla del Encanto Website
Taino TV Launched

UCTP Taino News - In collaboration with Presencia Taina TV, and Indigenous Peoples Literature, the United Confederation of Taino people has announced the launching of the TAINO TV Network. This historic project, which uses new media outreach mechanisms such as You Tube will assist the UCTP in its focus on using communications technology to increase the visibility of the Taino and other Caribbean Indigenous Peoples internationally.

"From the new Taino TV site as well as other media launch points already developed such as Presencia Taina TV, we will be providing visual services never before available to our community and others who are interested in cultural heritage of the Caribbean region" stated Roger Atihuibancex Hernandez, founder of the Presencia Taina TV project. Viewers can now long into Taino TV at can view and subscribe to Taino TV at http://www.youtube.com/Tainotv

View photos of the 2005 ParadeThe National Puerto Rican Day Parade was held on 5th Avenue in New York City on Sunday June 10, 2007

View our Photo Gallery of the 2007 Parade

View our Photo Gallery of the 2006 Parade


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