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October 31, 2019

Writer, producer, publicist and activist Aurora cut her teeth in the booming 70s as a Salsa music insider broke through in media as the first woman music correspondent for Billboard breaking into mainstream media, public relations, lyricist, bandleader and all-around w...

June 11, 2019

Celebrating our music, culture and Latino legacies, we're going salsa retro during Museum Mile, Tuesday, June 11 and we're joined by guest artists: Nicky Marrero & La Yoli in front of El Museo del Barrio at 6 p.m.

Check out the Visiones segment with Lynda Baquero on the...

May 17, 2019

     Bite into a crunchy bacalaito washed down with Colombian coffee sweetened with French pastries as the kids go rock-climbing, meet the animals at the petting zoo, or ride a real pony. And then there’s the music. 

     A marching band booms, the Multic...

May 12, 2019

Makes for a golden jubilee of culture, community and the arts. Join Zon del Barrio at El Museo del Barrio on Tuesday, June 11th at 6 p.m. during Museum Mile when Fifth Avenue flings its museum doors open flooding the peopled streets with music, art, song and dance. Rec...

October 10, 2018

Grammy Nominated Artists  “Chembo” Corniel & William Cepeda 

Introduce a Double Dose of Culture.

Friday, November 2nd @ 7:30— Aaron Davis Hall in Harlem

The thunderous power of drum beats and dance steps centuries old will resound throughout the newly renovated Aaron...

August 9, 2018

Listen to this podcast by clicking on the photo on the making of the cult classic Harlem River Drive, 1971. 

November 20, 2017

Close to one year after Hurricane Maria devastated Puerto Rico, the Island remains in crisis owing to the lack of resources and empathy from its U.S. colonizer. It took more than six months for the death count to come even close to reality. Schools have closed. More th...

July 30, 2017

Rebuilding El Barrio: "One prominent member of this group is Aurora Flores, who grew up in East Harlem and still lives and works there. Flores is the founder of Aurora Communications, a public-relations company based in El Barrio."  Read more here: http://nymag.co...

October 23, 2016

A street in East Harlem, 122nd & 3rd Avenue was posthumously re-named for the Afro-Cuban trumpet legend who accompanied Nat King Cole, toured with Machito & his Afro-Cubans, and lived a sweet life. Read all about it here. Chocolate

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