New York emerging artists converge on the Shed

Nestled in the Hudson Yards area, The Shed this summer reclaims its position as an important cultural space in Manhattan. One of his proposals for this season: Open Call, which in Spanish would be something like Open Invitation, is a multidisciplinary exhibition made up of the different voices of 27 local artists. Solana Chehtman, Director […]

Exhibit dedicated to South Williamsburg victims

The Museum of Los Sures has dedicated an exhibition to COVID-19, it is about giving voice to the stories and feelings of the residents of southern Williamsburg after more than a year of pandemic in one of the most affected neighborhoods. Here you will find everything from a lottery with daily pandemic scenes, to crucifixes […]

Ecuadorian university receives environmental scholarship at LGCC

It is the last week of school and Verónica Martínez has a lot to celebrate as she is the first CUNY LaGuardia Community College (LGCC) student to be selected for the Goldwater Scholarship. A scholarship for students in careers of Technology, Science and Mathematics. “Obviously, I’m very proud of myself, I’m really grateful for the […]

film to premiere in Tribeca

The filmmaker of Latin origin, Vee Bravo, will premiere his film FIRST Line of Defense in Chile, within the framework of the twentieth edition of the Tribeca Film Festival. FIRST is a documentary feature film that collects various details of the social uprising that is still in force in this South American nation, having as […]

The public returns to the Lower East Side Arts Festival

After more than a year of waiting, the Theater for the New City will host a live audience to celebrate the Lower East Side Festival of the Arts. JC Augustin, is assistant director at the Theater for the New City for the Lower East Side Festival of the Arts: “It is the first time that […]

Birria tacos in Brooklyn conquer an NBA athlete

within a Deli, Hidden in a street with no other business around, a taco shop that has become very popular in Bushwick is hidden. And it is that Nene’s Taquería increased its sales considerably after the surprise visit of the NBA star: JJ Redick. Andrés Galindo, owner of Nene’s Taquería, explains the phenomenon: Likes to […]

Hispanic comedian makes money with virtual tours of NYC

Focused on knowing even the depths of New York, Tom Delgado has become an internet personality thanks to the different virtual tours he has taken during the pandemic. Delgado, of Nicaraguan parents and a student lawyer, explains how he became a comedian by profession: “My money started to run out and I had to find […]

Latina businesswoman awaits the return of weddings to New York

Gladys Cruz’s passion has always been to decorate spaces for parties and her favorite celebrations are weddings. “The most gratifying thing is when you see the bride see the place as it was and the happiness, the happiness that moment creates. It is the most important thing to see the satisfied customer,” says Cruz, owner […]

Upper Manhattan mourns death of sweet bean seller

Nida Rivera, is also known as La Nena, but in reality she is the true queen of beans with candy in Washington Heights. “Here people are crazy, crazy, crazy. Wherever the men cry, saying that the joy of Manhattan is gone, that the joy of here is gone,” says Rivera, explaining how the neighbors have […]

Helen Arteaga, Director of Elmhurst Hospital

Helen Arteaga is the first Latina woman to assume the general management of Elmhurst Hospital, an institution that provides medical care to a large immigrant community. “I feel very proud, I feel like (that) I have come home, because Elmhurst Hospital has always been part of my life starting in my youth until now when […]