Archive | August, 2011

Hispanic New York More Than A Sourcebook

By Victoria Cepeda The last time that I read a book that compelled me to share its message/content with everyone that was willing (or unwilling) to listen was a few years back. The name of that book was The Shadow of The Wind or “La Sombra del Viento” written by Carlos Ruiz Zafon. It was a work of […]

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Dear Katt Williams: Your Mexican Rant Was an Abuse of Comedy and Insulted Latinos, We Demand an Apology

Originally posted on Dear Katt Williams: Really? We understand that the heckler you so unabashedly talked down to and insulted might have been in your face, but did you have to break the cardinal rule of abusing the power of the stage and the microphone to make your point? As performers, bloggers, activists, and people who believe in INCLUSION, RESPECT, […]

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Preparing for Hurricane Irene

After a 5.9 earthquake that shook most of the northeast coast, hurricane Irene is on its way to make landfall to our area Sunday night or early Monday, as a category 1 or 2. Hurricane Irene’s expected path includes North Carolina, New Jersey, New York, Connecticut and Massachusetts. States have already set precautionary arrangements for the safety of […]

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