Queer Rican Event at NMPRAC

Lawrence La Fountain, Puerto Rican author, performer, and academic Lawrence La Fountain spoke at the National Museum of Puerto Rican Arts and Culture, to an audience of over 75, about his book, “Queer Ricans.”

IPRAC celebrates grand opening with Pablo Marcano García exhibit

(Picture: Pablo Marcano Garcia) by Pedro Sarsama Just west of the beautiful banderas of Paseo Boricua is the newly-opened Institute of Puerto Rican Arts and Culture...

20th Annual Abolition of Slavery Concert Dedicated to La Plena: Local Humboldt...

Marisol Rodríguez On Saturday, March 20 Park West Theater was filled with Puerto Rican music enthusiasts and local community members for Segundo Ruiz Belvis Cultural...

Puerto Rican Agenda calls on CHA to remedy dismal Latino representation in CHA

Over 40 leaders representing the Puerto Rican Agenda convened at the former management offices of Hispanic Housing Development Corporation's...

Puerto Rican Filmmakers Preview Boxing Documentary at IPRAC

On April 9 the Institute for Puerto Rican Arts and Culture (IPRAC) showcased the work of two Puerto Rican filmmakers, Richard Santiago and Jorge...

QOS and UPRS Celebrate Puerto Rican, African and Caribbean Cultures and Promote Solidarity

by Rebecca Rios, Editor, Que Ondee Sola, NEIU   Que Ondee Sola Magazine (QOS) and Union for Puerto Rican Students (UPRS) at Northeastern Illinois University hosted...

IPRAC Celebrates an Unforgettable Evening: 3rd Annual Navi-Jazz

On December 10th, over 400 people attended the Institute of Puerto Rican Arts and Culture’s (IPRAC) third annual Navi-Jazz concert...

Prominent Nuyorican Poet Tato Laviera Dies

Many of us are mourning the passing of Puerto Rican writer Tato Laviera, a lead poet, musician, and composer of the Puerto Rican diaspora.

Javy Báez cuenta los días para conocer a su ‘cachorro’

Por Roberto Colón / Especial para El Nuevo Día Miami, Florida - En su joven carrera en el béisbol profesional, el boricua Javier Báez ha conseguido algunos logros...