Post Tagged with: "parades"

Stefany Vega helps her friend Lucy Martínez adjust her outfit. Martínez is the Queen of the Pollera (the dress) in Panamá and she has represented Panamá the world over wearing it. (Photo by Mariana Romina Marcaletti/Voices of NY)

A ‘Happy People’ Celebrate a Shared History

Culture, Featured Posts, Latino, Traditions October 15, 2013 at 5:49 pm

The Hispanic Day Parade is an opportunity for young Latinos to learn about their roots and traditions.

Indian youth dance to the tunes of traditional Indian music at the India Day parade on Madison Avenue on August 18. (Photo by Yogesh Mehta via News India Times)

Indians, Pakistanis Celebrate Independence Days

Culture, Metro Area, South Asian August 28, 2013 at 11:37 pm

Indian and Pakistani communities living in the metro New York area celebrated their independence days at various parades in New York City, Long Island and New Jersey.

Livio “Tony” Rosario, member of the Hempstead Board of Trustees (Via La Tribuna Hispana)

Opinion: Financial Improprieties at Summer Cultural Festivals?

Culture, Opinion July 26, 2012 at 2:32 pm

On Long Island, a local official and La Tribuna Hispana suggest that the finances and organization of the 6th Salvadoran American Day Festival are suspect. Beyond this festival, the editorial raises questions about the oversight and benefits of cultural festivals, which often cost taxpayers tens of thousands in public safety and overtime costs.

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