Posts Tagged ‘New York City’

GREENMARKET on 99th Street and Madison Avenue

Sunday, November 1st, 2009
October 13, 2006
8:00 am

Greenmarket

Buy fresh fruits and vegetables at your very own farmers’ market!

Mount Sinai has partnered with Greenmarket (a program of the Council on the Environment of New York City) to bring seasonal, healthy, nutritious produce grown regionally to the neighborhood.

On East 99th Street and Madison

Every Friday, July 14 – October 14, 8am to 4pm

The Greenmarket accepts WIC, Senior Nutrition Vouchers, and Foodstamps.

For more information call:

Community Relations at Mount Sinai 212-731-7888.

Greenmarket Map Summer 2006 (PDF 992k)

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GREENMARKET on 99th Street and Madison Avenue

Sunday, November 1st, 2009
October 6, 2006
8:00 am

Greenmarket

Buy fresh fruits and vegetables at your very own farmers’ market!

Mount Sinai has partnered with Greenmarket (a program of the Council on the Environment of New York City) to bring seasonal, healthy, nutritious produce grown regionally to the neighborhood.

On East 99th Street and Madison

Every Friday, July 14 – October 14, 8am to 4pm

The Greenmarket accepts WIC, Senior Nutrition Vouchers, and Foodstamps.

For more information call:

Community Relations at Mount Sinai 212-731-7888.

Greenmarket Map Summer 2006 (PDF 992k)

CENYC

PRDREAM presents BRAGGING RIGHTS

Sunday, November 1st, 2009
September 7, 2006
8:30 pm

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Sonia Gonzalez’ BRAGGING RIGHTS

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 8:30PM

WHITE PARK
HANDBALL COURT WALL
106th Street
(between Lexington and Third Avenues)

BRAGGING RIGHTS is an hour-long video documentary that chronicles the vibrant history of the urban game of stickball through its colorful players.

Stickball has been played in the streets of New York City since the early 1920’s and is known as “the poor man’s baseball.” Stickball is the ultimate in improvising much with very little. Up until the 1960’s, hydrants, cars and sometimes old men sunning in chairs were bases. During that time, many ethnic communities that would fight each other any other day of the week, would compete on the stickball field on Sundays. Over time, racial barriers were broken and many of the players became lifelong friends.

Through the persistence and the passion of a tight-knit community brought together by tradition, the documentary chronicles what has become a national game of all family members. BRAGGING RIGHTS underscores the struggle to overcome and embrace difference and triumph over adversity.

BROADCAST PREMIERE:
Thursday, September 14th @
8pm on PBS/Ch. 13
and re-aired Friday, September 15th @ 1am

For information: info@prdream.com

Festival de Música y Bailes Puertorriqueños

Sunday, November 1st, 2009
July 6, 2007
11:28 pm

Join La Casa in this fundraising event, celebrating
Puerto Rican culture through the music of Trios and typical dance

FEATURING

Trio “Sentimiento Latino”
El Trio de “Epoca”

with a special performance by
Hilda Rivera-Pantojas’
DANZA FIESTA!

Sunday, July 8, 2pm

Teatro Heckscher del Museo del Barrio
1230 Fifth Avenue (corner of 104th St.)
New York City, New York

Donation: $25.00

For information:
212-722-2600

http://www.lacasapr.org

Email: lacasapr@aol.com

THE BORINQUENEERS – Theatrical World Premiere

Sunday, November 1st, 2009
July 13, 2007
6:00 pm

The Borinqueneers

Friday, July 13, 6PM – 9:30PM

Newark Museum
49 Washington Street
Newark, NJ.

Reception and Q&A Session with the film’s producer Ms. Noemi Figueroa Soulet

This event is a fund-raiser for the New Jersey Hispanic Research and information Center (NJHRIC) at the Newark Public Library.

The Borinqueneers chronicles the story of the all-Puerto Rican 65th Infantry Regiment, the only Hispanic segregated unit in U.S. Army history. Using rare archival footage and intimate interviews, this film explores the exploits andpainful tribulations of these now-forgotten veterans. Risking their lives to further the cause of democracy, these soldiers from the U.S. colony of Puerto Rico, were drafted but were not afforded full citizenship rights. Many served and died valiantly. During the Korean War they would face their toughest challenge,.

ADMISSION IS FREE, BUT PLEASE NOTE THAT SEATING IS VERY LIMITED AND REQUIRES PRIOR RESERVATIONS.

To RSVP call Newark Museum at call (973) 596-6550 or email arquelio.1.fraticelli@verizon.com.
For more information, including directions to Newark Museum, visit www.newarkmuseum.org.
The museum is easily accessible from New York City.
It is 3 blocks from the NJ Path Station – Broad Street Station.

We hope you will be able to join us for a well-deserved and long-overdue recognition of the Puerto Rican 65th Regiment.

Visit www.borinqueneers.com!

El Pozo Productions
P.O. Box 302
Crompond, NY 10517
(914) 739-3989
contact@borinqueneers.com
www.borinqueneers.com

Senator Serrano’s Transfat Help Center

Sunday, November 1st, 2009
July 24, 2007
2:00 pm

July 24th Event Hosted by Senator Serrano, The Trans-Fat Help Center, and Hope Community Inc.
State Senator Jose M. Serrano

Event Sponsors:

Senator Serrano
· · ·
The Trans Fat Help Center

Hope Community Inc.

Free Class in Spanish with the Trans Fat Help Center

The Trans Fat Help Center hosts classes for food professionals on the basics of cooking and baking without artificial trans fat. These classes are free to anyone working in New York City’s food industry.  Tuesday, July 24, 2 – 4 p.m. Ortiz-Wittenberg Gallery 171 E. 109th Street between Third and Lexington Avenues  Register today: (718) 552-1152  Clase Gratis con el Trans Fat Help Center Totalmente en Español  El Trans Fat Help Center ofrece clases para profesionales sobre los fundamentos de la cocina sin trans fat artificial. Estas clases son gratis para personas que trabajan en la industria alimenticia de la Ciudad de Nueva York.
Martes, 24 de julio, 2 – 4 p.m. Ortiz-Wittenberg Gallery #171 E. 109 entre las Avenidas Tercera y Lexington Inscríbase hoy: (718) 552-1152

“The Familia” A Latino mob story

Sunday, November 1st, 2009
July 26, 2007
8:00 pm

“The Familia” at the New York International Film/Video Festival

Thursday’s closing…July 26 at 8pm $12

Cinema East

181    Second avenue  12 Th street..New York City

The Familia a Latin Mob short

Directed by Juan Shamsul Alam and Emilio Rosa

Written by Emilio Rosa and Juan Shamsul Alam

 

Synopsis: Don Pedro moves up in ranks in the Latino mob,

                One obstacle in his way the head of the Italian mob

                Don Paladino and his family…

Starring Emilio Rosa, Santo Alam, Sal  Serrazia, Angelino Rodriguez,Noel Torres,

Angel Caban, Bartolo Raffriele, Eddie Rivera, Aniba  Llears and Hilda Garay                     

Mexico Now! presents ABSENCE/PRESENCE AT MEDIANOCHE

Sunday, November 1st, 2009
September 12, 2007
6:00 pm

Opening Reception: WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 6PM – 9PM

PLEASE NOTE NEW ADDRESS:
MEDIANOCHE
1355 PARK AVENUE, FIRST FLOOR
(ENTRANCE ON 102ND STREET)

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ABSENCE/PRESENCE
an exhibition in two parts: at MediaNoche and Casa Puebla
September 4 – October 12, 2007
Drawings and Mulitmedia by Antonia Guerrero
Opening Reception at MediaNoche: Wednesday, September 12, 6PM – 9PM

Two concurrent exhibitions allow artist Antonia Guerrero to explore the Mexican immigrant experience through different media, articulating a lightness of being that challenges our notions of culture and identity. Crossing the Mexico/U.S. border becomes a rite of passage that is self-contradictory, self-affirming and transformative.

The immigrant is iconically in a state of coming and going, of absence and presence. Through her drawings, the artist establishes a verisimilitude of home at Casa Puebla that is overturned by the virtual reality of a foreign land at MediaNoche. Both become illusive worlds that do not clash as much as meld the familiar with the unfamiliar.

ABOUT THE ARTIST:
Antonia Guerrero is an award-winning Mexican artist working in a variety of media. Her recent work combines photorealistic paintings and drawings re-purposed for her multimedia installations that include video, photographs, digital prints and performance. She has exhibited throughout the U.S. and Mexico, including the Snite Museum, and the Museum of Modern Art of Mexico. Guerrero studied at the National Academy of Fine Arts in Mexico City and at Pratt Institute in New York City.

QUEER LATINO TESTIMONIO

Sunday, November 1st, 2009
October 25, 2007
7:00 pm

Barnes & Noble Bookstore (Upper Westside)
2289 Broadway at 82nd Street
New York City

Join Us!

Thursday, Oct. 25 at 7:00 p.m.

QUEER LATINO TESTIMONIO, KEITH HARING, AND JUANITO XTRAVAGANZA

Hard Tails

Author Arnaldo Cruz-Malavé will be joined in a reading from his new book by Jorge
Merced, Associate Artistic Director of Pregones Theater, and will sign copies.

In the tradition of the Latin American testimonio, Queer Latino Testimonio is the story of Juan Rivera, a.k.a. Juanito Xtravaganza, a Latino runaway youth who ends up homeless in the streets of New York in the late 70s and becomes partner of the internationally famous 1980s Pop artist Keith Haring during some of the most frenetically productive years of his brief life, as told to the author and retold by him. A hybrid text–part testimonio, part linguistic and cultural analysis, and part art criticism–this is also a history of New York Latino neighborhoods during this
period of devastating disinvestment and gentrification, as well as a personal, heart-felt meditation on the art of listening and the ethical limits of representing queer Latino lives.

Praise for Queer Latino Testimonio, Keith Haring, and Juanito Xtravaganza

“A story of the abject, an urban cultural history, and a literary meditation, Queer Latino Testimonio is a glorious assemblage of voices, images, rhythms, and sensualities of the turbulent last two decades of twentieth century New York City. A stirring portrait of the upheavals, deaths, and hopeful futures of bodies under siege. A marvelous piece of scholarship!”–Martin F. Manalansan IV, Associate Professor of Anthropology, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, and author of Global Divas: Filipino Gay Men in the Diaspora

“Narrated with sensitivity and style, Queer Latino Testimonio reminds us that the greatest of our cultural icons are never simply isolated geniuses, but instead reflections of the messy, funky, difficult, exasperating and exciting realities of everyday life. In a word, the book you hold in your hands is legendary!”–Robert F. Reid-Pharr, Professor of English, CUNY Graduate School, and author of Once You Go Black: Choice, Desire, and the Black American Intellectual

“A thrilling biography of a character that is both real and imagined, and a fresh vision of what Cultural Studies can become.”–Mayra Santos-Febres, Professor of Hispanic Literatures, University of Puerto Rico, and author of Sirena Selena

“An alluring, uncompromising tale of tails in the waning years of the age of x-travagance, and the dawn of the age of AIDS.”–Rubén Ríos-Avila, Professor of Comparative Literature, University of Puerto Rico, and author of La Raza Cómica.

Event is free and open to the public, but subject to change. Please call ahead to confirm. 212-721-5282

CINE_REAL: Two exhibits about film

Sunday, November 1st, 2009
November 8, 2007
6:00 pm

MediaNoche presents

CINE_REAL: Two exhibits about film

Judith Escalona’s “Bx3M: A work in process”
Hector Canonge’s “IDOLatries/IDOLatrias”

November 8 – December 20, 2007
Opening Reception: Thursday, November 8, 6 – 8PM

MediaNoche
1355 Park Avenue (entrance on East 102nd Street)
New York, NY 10029

For info: www.medianoche.us or 212-828-0401

SUBWAY:
Take the IRT Lexington Avenue Local #6 train to 103rd Street and
Lexington Avenue. We’re one block South and one block West.

ADMISSION: Free

Project Descriptions:

Judith Escalona’s “Bx3M: A work in process”
Witness firsthand the ongoing editing of this New York City epic. The
director and invited guests (Director of Photography Ted Ciesielski
and Actor Jaime Sanchez for starters) go through a performative
process of editing. Visitors watch and interact with
them. Behind the scenes footage also on display.

Hector Canonge’s “IDOLatries/IDOLatrías”"
An interactive new media work utilizing barcode and readers to bring
attention to yet another way women are objectified. Barcode takes us
one more step away from seeing these luscious Latinas on boxes,
cans,and jars as anything other than their use value. Consumer heaven
or hell, depending on which side of the supermarket aisle you’re on.