The price of gasoline continues to fall: even in NYC

Good news for car drivers: the price of gasoline is down again. The national average is now $4.72 a gallon for regular fuel, three cents cheaper than it was last Thursday, according to Triple A. That’s also less than last month’s recorded average of $4.95 per gallon. New York prices are a bit higher, with … Read more

Brooklyn celebrates immigrants with music and fandango

This weekend will be full of music and party thanks to the free concert Border Fandango that will bring together Arturo O’Farrill with the Afro Latin Jazz Orchestra. Originally, the show was presented in the cities of Tijuana and San Ysidro, on both sides of the border between Mexico and the United States. Border wall … Read more

One more summer is coming for the goats in the Riverside Park

The goats return this summer to a park in Manhattan to take on essential work for the conservation of this site. This Wednesday, the Riverside Park Conservancy organization released 20 goats to kill the weeds. RELATED STORIES: Riverside Park Conservancy released 20 goats into the park. – Four of them will stay through the summer … Read more

disco music and skates in NYC’s Central Park

Good news for those who enjoy nostalgic activities and are lovers of disco music and quad roller skates: DiscOasis has officially opened in Central Park. DiscOasis is a roller skating rink. – The Wollman Ice Skating Rink has been transformed into a disco and skate haven with live DJ’s, special performances and of course the … Read more

The UNI2 International Theater Festival begins in El Barrio

This week starts the UNI2 Theater Festival at the Julia de Burgos Cultural Center in El Barrio. The event brings together various small-format theatrical works that are presented throughout the 10 days of the festival. This show celebrates 20 years on stage. – This year’s edition will feature the presence of the Mexican monologue The … Read more

Festival of Museums returns to Manhattan’s Fifth Avenue

This week lovers of the arts and culture in general will be able to enjoy a special activity along Fifth Avenue in Manhattan. Is about The Museum Milean event that returns this year in person after being interrupted by the pandemic. It will include free admission to museums with street performers, food stalls and activities … Read more

Community leaders raise the Puerto Rican flag in NYC

The heritage and culture of Puerto Rico shone from this Friday full of pride and excitement with a view to this weekend. Leaders of the Puerto Rican community of our city, and municipal officials, including Mayor Adams, carried out the traditional flag raising in Bowling Green Park in Lower Manhattan. This, in anticipation of the … Read more

Hotel occupancy reaches 95% in New York

Official figures indicate that the hotel industry in the city is close to recovering -completely- after the pandemic. According to the Office of Mayor Adams: Over the past week, hotel occupancy in the city reached 95%, the highest level since the onset of COVID. Midweek demand outpaced weekend demand, showing growth in business travelers. For … Read more

Marc Parejo premieres ‘With closed eyes’ in New York

The Latino theater scene in New York continues to show signs of a solid recovery, as evidenced by the various world premieres that the city is hosting. And on this occasion the Spanish actor, Marc Parejo, makes his debut on the New York stage with a monologue written by the Italian playwright Luca Pizzurro. The … Read more

New York pays tribute to its soldiers who fell in combat

Various events are held in the city to pay tribute to those in uniform who have fallen in combat. As is tradition, the Woodside community in Queens commemorates Memorial Day (Remembrance Day) with an event hosted by American Legion Post 1836, attended by Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez. For its part, the Intrepid Museum holds its annual … Read more