Dia de San Juan Festival 2023

Dia de San Juan Festival 2023 Sunday June 11 10:00 AM to 7:00 PM Puerto Rican Festival Rainbow Lagoon Park, Long Beach CA   Fiestalegre Promotions is supporting our local Entertainment! Orquesta Taino Orquesta Borinquen Orquesta La Obsesion Sangre Nueva Manny Cepeda Orquesta Masters of Ceremony: Phil Robinson Special Guests DJ Willie DJ Rumbero y mas … Information 657-459-6053 / 714-337-9419 More Information Follow Us on Facebook

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Pedro Albizu Campos

Pedro Albizu Campos (1891 – 1965) was a Puerto Rican attorney, social activist, and politician known for his work in the Nationalist Party of Puerto Rico. He was the first Puerto Rican Harvard graduate, where much of his nationalist and independence ideals developed. Albizu Campos is a symbol of Puerto Rican liberation from colonialism and inspired many to fight for independence. Pedro Albizu Campos was born September 12, 1891 in Barrio Tenerías, a rural sector in Ponce, Puerto Rico. He had a difficult upbringing as his mother was a daughter of slaves…

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How Financial Planning Prepares you for Times Like This

Right now, things are feeling uncertain that’s for sure. The novel call COVID-19 is impacting our daily routines and lives, from parents not knowing if school are going to be open this month and if the procedures that they are taking are the correct ones to our workplaces. Not even the most knowledgeable economic forecast models couldn’t predict something like what just happened a couple of months ago. First and most the question is what can we do in a world that is changing the way our country is moving?…

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Rums of Puerto Rico

Puerto Rico is called the “rum capital of the world” because of the long history of rum production on the island. Its rum distilleries produce large amounts of spirits for local consumption and export all over the world. This Caribbean island is responsible for more than 70% of the rum sold in the United States, which is consumed straight, over ice, or in mixed drinks like mojitos and pina coladas. So what makes the rums of Puerto Rico so special? Rum has been an integral part of the Puerto Rican…

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Puertorriquena

Puertorriquena!!! Who sleeps in the cradle of life? Whose canopy are those eternal star’s? Radiant queen standing fearless in a land of brave Lords Bearing passion in her soul And fire in the depths of her eyes Who is this sweet smelling flower in this garden of beauty? Puertorriqueña…. Water for parched lips in an arid tierra In a dry and scorched land searching for waters in your clear pristine beauty Where I Long to make my dwelling in the presence of your desires And drink from your fountains which…

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Fell in Love with a Puerto Rican Girl? Here’s How to Win Her Heart

So you’ve fallen for a Puerto Rican girl? Who among us hasn’t? Latinas, Puerto Ricans especially, are fiery, strong, and incredibly fun. When you add that to their caramel skin, curvy figures, and beautiful, warm eyes, you get the recipe for perfection. Puerto Rican girls are also loyal to a fault, something very rare these days. Their one flaw? They’re very picky. Puerto Rican women know what they want and will not settle for anything less. This may seem discouraging if you struggle to pull women; it may even stop…

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Packing Guide for Your Upcoming Trip to Puerto Rico

Old San Juan Streets

Home to lush rainforests, beautiful beaches, historic cities and mountainous terrain, Puerto Rico has a lot to offer in terms of things to do. While its varied landscape makes it an ideal destination for travelers, it also makes it difficult for visitors to pack accordingly. Many visitors under-pack, while those who are familiar with the terrain tend to overpack. You can get the packing part just right, however, with this ultimate packing guide for Puerto Rico. Lightweight Clothing The weather in Puerto Rico is generally hot and humid, so you…

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Three Kings Festival in Puerto Rico

By Daniel BeDell Puerto Ricans are a friendly, outgoing, and always looking for a reason to have fun. Visit Puerto Rico from Thanksgiving Day until mid January and you’ll find the island in full party mode. Of course they enjoy Christmas and New Years but in Puerto Rico, the really big celebration is reserved for the Three Kings Festival on January 6. The festival, celebrated since 1884, honors the Three Kings who brought gifts of incense, gold and myrrh to the Baby Jesus. While the holiday is celebrated throughout Puerto…

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