The monsoon season in Nepal was celebrated with a block party in front of the Rubin Museum on West 17th Street.
The FilAm interviews Jeffrey Cirio, the first Filipino to be named principal male dancer at the American Ballet Theatre.
At the Afro-Latino Festival July 8-10 attendees reflected on Black Lives Matter and cross-cultural identity.
The City Council passed a resolution introduced by Mathieu Eugene that declares Oct. 9 NYC Haitian Day and recognizes the contributions of Haitians to the city and the U.S.
Afro-Latino Fest NYC co-organizer Amilcar Priestly and musician Maluca Mala speak to BRIC TV about Afro-Latino identity and what holding the annual festival means to the community.
The Queens Council on the Arts series Wordfeast concluded July 1 with a presentation by Peruvian writer and Astoria resident Santiago Antúnez de Mayolo, with help from Peruvian singer Sara Van.
Avenue Music Group’s pop-up summer series “Spread Love” uses an old-school form of music to spread positive messages as part of a campaign to fight violence.
About 20,000 people are expected in Boerum Hill on July 10 for one of the largest Bastille Day celebrations in the U.S., writes Brooklyn Daily Eagle.
A City Limits video profiles ARTs East New York, a nonprofit intent on changing perceptions of the Brooklyn neighborhood and empowering the community through art.
The Peruvian community celebrated its third national parade in Jackson Heights, as part of the International Peruvian Festival, boasting more attendance and folkloric groups than ever, Queens Latino reports.
Meggin Nam Holtz was born Nam Hae Ok in Korea and adopted as an infant by an American couple. Now she is completing a movie, “Found in Korea,” about her journey to find her roots and her birth parents.
The Festival de las Flores (Flower Festival), which started in Medellín, Colombia, in the 1950s, showcased the culture and traditions of the country at the Queens Botanical Garden over the weekend, reports Queens Latino.
Thousands are expected for the Boricua Festival “Salsa at the Waterfront” in Sunset Park on June 25, reports Brooklyn Reporter.
Around 30 Latin American authors will participate at New Jersey’s first International Book Fair next Thursday at Union City, Reporte Hispano reports.
An upcoming tribute night and creative writing course at NYU will commemorate renowned writer and teacher Frank McCourt, reports Irish Voice.