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New York City Welcomes Spanish Fashion

The Spanish SoHo Mile once again put the New York City spotlight back on the Iberian nation's fashion industry, whose stores are increasingly numerous in that neighborhood of Lower Manhattan. continue reading »

Cuban Artist Brings Love to New York Exhibit

New York City’s Times Square has welcomed Cuban artist Esterio Segura’s installation "Adiós mi amor" (Goodbye My Love) since March as part of an arts’ initiative to introduce the multitude of Times Square tourists to contemporary art. continue reading »

Statue of Liberty Will Reopen in 2013 After Hurricane Sandy

The Statue of Liberty and nearby Ellis Island, which sustained extensive damage during Hurricane Sandy on Oct. 29, will not reopen before 2013, the National Park Service, the agency responsible for managing both areas, said. continue reading »

New York City Marathon Canceled in Wake of Hurricane Sandy

Two days after announcing the annual New York Marathon would take place on Sunday as scheduled, Mayor Michael Bloomberg reversed course and canceled the event. continue reading »

JUST IN:  Deadly Shooting at Empire State Building, Early Reports Say 10 Shot

There has been a deadly shooting at one of the country’s most iconic buildings, the Empire State Building, leaving a reported 10 individual shot. continue reading »

Bodega Dreams: A Novel

CELEBRATE With Us the 125th Anniversary of the Statue Of Liberty

The Statue of Liberty, one of America’s most recognizable landmarks and a beacon of the American Dream for millions of immigrants, turns 125 today! The statue, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and gift to the United States from the people of France, was designed by Frédéric Bartholdi and dedicated on October 28, 1886. continue reading »

Spanish “Meeting Bowls” To Stay in Times Square Through The Fall (VIDEO)

The “Meeting Bowls,” the work of Madrid’s artist collective “Mmmm…” and the Times Square Alliance will stay in Times square until the beginning of winter to the job of many New Yorkers and tourists. continue reading »

LATINO BLOTTER:  Hispanic Man Sought for Sexual Assault of 85-Yr Old in Mayor’s Neighborhood

New York police need your help in apprehending a man described as a Hispanic male in his 20’s about 5’10” wearing a white ‘wife beater’ tee shirt. continue reading »

Theatrical Production of 24 Hours Sees America Ferrara Sing and Dance on Stage

Honduran-American actress America Ferrera, was a part of the “24 Hour Musicals” show held this week at the Gramercy Theatre in New York City. continue reading »

Cuban Art in All Forms Coming to New York City this Spring

For more than two months this spring, several locations in New York City will host more than two-dozen Cuban artists taking part in the festival “¡Si Cuba!” continue reading »

NYC Transit Presents: Hey, There’s Another Rat Part 2 (VIDEO)

Brooklyn resident Nelson Gomez caught on camera another instance of a rat at large in the New York City subway. continue reading »

‘Hispanic Hate’ Statement of the Week and It’s Only Tuesday

"I don't care about racial profiling. You know, sometimes it is good we are racially profiled, because the God's honest truth is that 99 percent of the people that are robbing, stealing, killing these drivers are blacks and Hispanics,” continue reading »

Recently Rescured Miner Edison Peña will run the NYC Marathon on Sunday.

Less than one month after being lifted in a capsule back to civilization, the now-famous Chilean miner Edison Peña will run Sunday in the New York City Marathon. continue reading »

UPDATE:  Mystery Deepens Around Nicaraguan Consul Found with Throat Slashed in New York

New York City police continue to investigate the stabbing death of Nicaraguan Consul Cesar Mercado last Thursday. Nicaragua President Daniel Ortega is urging the U.S. Government for a swift investigation so the body can be returned to Nicaragua. Cesar Mercado, 34, a Nicaraguan diplomat was found dead in his New York apartment with his throat slashed. Mercado was expected to meet with the Nicaraguan delegation in town for continue reading »