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Ettore Sottsass Design Radical

Italian Interior Designer
Met Breuer
945 Madison Ave
Upper East Side
July 21 – October 8, 2017

Explore the natural diversity of ¡Cuba!

Diversity of nature
American Museum of Natural History
Upper West Side
CLOSING August 13, 2017

uptown: nasty women/bad hombres

Artists who live or work in El Barrio, Harlem, Washington Heights, or Inwood
El Museo del Barrio
1230 Fifth Ave, East Harlem
June 13 – November 5, 2017

NKAME a retrospective of Cuban printmaker Belkis Ayón is pure Cuban soul

El Museo del Barrio
1230 Fifth Avenue
East Harlem (El Barrio)
June 13 – November 5, 2017

NYC Broadway Week Summer 2017 2-for-1 tickets On Sale Now

On Sale August 17, 2017
Shows September 4-17, 2017

“Hamilton” is the most influential Broadway show of our generation

New York Puerto Rican writer
Richard Rodgers Theatre
226 W 46th St, Times Square
Tuesday-Sunday 2017

“On Your Feet!” is leaving Broadway August 20 (Review)

Emilio and Gloria Estefan story
Marquis Theatre
210 W 46th St, Times Square
Tuesday-Sunday, June 2017

A Bronx Tale is an Italian musical with a Colombian choreographer

Longacre Theatre
220 West 48th St
Times Square Broadway
Tuesday-Sunday, June 2017

La verdadera historia de Caperucita (Little Red Riding Hood)

Bilingual children’s puppet theatre
Teatro SEA
Lower East Side
Saturdays, May 2018

Shakespeare in the Park

Free Public Theater
Delacorte Theater
Central Park
May 23 – June 18, 2017
Dark Wednesday, June 14
Support the Public Theater

Repertorio Español is Spanish-language Off-Broadway Theatre

138 East 27th St, Kips Bay
Tuesday, June 13, 2017
La Zapatera Prodigiosa (Spanish comedy)
Saturday-Sunday, June 17-18
Sin Wifi También Se Vive (Colombian stand-up)

2017 Drama Desk Awards for Danny DeVito and Ruben Santiago-Hudson

Cuban, Ecuadorian, Italian, Mexican, and Puerto Rican nominees
The Town Hall
123 West 43rd St, Midtown
Sunday, June 4, 2017

Uruguayan Independence Day

Declaration of Independence from Brazil
August 25, 1825

Brazilian Day New York 2017 is the biggest Brazilian event outside Brazil

Little Brazil
46th St at Sixth Avenue
Midtown
Sunday, September 3, 2017

Brazilian Independence Day

Dom Pedro I declares independence from Portugal
September 7, 1821

Vote as if your life depended on it

Primary Elections
Tuesday, September 12, 2017

Battery Dance Festival is a free public dance festival of international artists

Robert F. Wagner Jr. Park
Battery Park City
August 13-18, 2017
Schimmel Center
August 19, 2017

Swan Lake New York City Ballet

New York City Ballet
David H. Koch Theater
Lincoln Center
Tuesday – Sunday
September 19 – October 1, 2017

Fall for Dance Festival 2017 brings international dance companies to NYC

New York City Center
131 W 55th St, Midtown
October 2-14, 2017
Tickets on sale
Sunday, September 10

Blind Tango finds strength in vulnerability

El Museo del Barrio
Fifth Avenue at 104th St
East Harlem
Friday, September 15, 2017

Central Park Tango is a romantic way to spend a Summer Saturday evening

Shakespeare Statue
June through September
Saturdays

Dance Tango to live music at Zinc Bar

Enigma Tango Trio
82 W 3rd St, Greenwich Village
Sundays, August 2017

VolvoTango is an outdoor milonga with stunning views from river piers

Spring, Summer, & Fall
Pier 45 at Christopher St
West Village
Wednesdays and Sundays
LIC Landing
Long Island City, Queens
Thursdays

Tango La Nacional workshops with Walter Perez y Leonardo Sardella

La Nacional
239 West 14th St, Chelsea
Thursday, August 24 & 31, 2017

Lincoln Center at the Movies Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater

Central Park SummerStage
Wednesday, August 16, 2017

Dominican Film Festival in New York 2017

United Palace
Washington Heights
and other venues
July 25-30, 2017

Zoe Saldana is back as Gamora in Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2

Dominican-Puerto Rican star
Opened citywide May 5
Now playing
Friday, June 9, 2017

New York Jewish Film Festival 2018

Film Society of Lincoln Center
January 10-23, 2018

Mariah Carey “All the Hits”

Venezuelan-American singer
with Lionel Richie
Madison Square Garden, Chelsea
Saturday, August 19, 2017

Luis Fonsi breaks cultural borders with Despacito Remix, and not slowly

Puerto Rican Reggaeton with Daddy Yankee, featuring Justin Bieber
Billboard Hot 100 #1

Harlem Havana 2017 celebrates Afro-Cuban music and culture

Harlem
August 12-23, 2017

Gerardo Contino y Los Habaneros is NYC’s best Cuban Salsa dance band

Highline Ballroom
431 West 16th St, Chelsea
Friday, August 18, 2017

Bulla en el Barrio sings Colombian Bullerengue featuring Emilsen Pacheco

David Rubenstein Atrium
Lincoln Center
Thursday, August 24, 2017

Pedro Giraudo is NYC’s busiest Tango Jazz leader

Argentine
Barbès
376 9th St
Park Slope, Brooklyn
Thursday, August 28, 2017

Marc Anthony “Full Circle Tour”

Best selling Tropical Salsa artist of all time
Madison Square Garden
Saturday, August 26, 2017

SummerStage 2017 free concerts in NYC parks

Latin artists June 21 – August 25, 2017
Last Latin artist this season
Anat Cohen Tentet
Charlie Parker Jazz Festival
Marcus Garvey Park Harlem
Friday, August 25, 2017

Barcelona vs Real Betis La Liga season opener Penya FC Barcelona NYC

Smithfield Hall NYC
138 West 25th St, Chelsea
Sunday, August 20, 2017

Real Madrid La Liga season opener Peña Madridista NYC

Peña Madridista NYC
Playwright Irish Pub
27 West 35th St, Chelsea
Sunday, August 20, 2017

Atlético Madrid Peña Oficial Atlético de Madrid en New York

Football Factory at Legends
La Liga Season Opener
Girona vs Atlético Madrid
Saturday, August 19, 2017

Colombia Soccer World Cup Qualifer Venezuela vs Colombia

Thursday, August 31, 2017

Brazil vs Ecuador World Cup qualifier

Arena do Grêmio
Porto Alegre, Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil
Thursday, August 31, 2017

Roberto Clemente was the first great Latin Major League Baseball player

Born August 18, 1934 in Barrio San Antón, Carolina, Puerto Rico

New York Mets vs Miami Marlins at Citi Field in Queens

Major League Baseball
Yankee Stadium, The Bronx
Friday – Sunday
August 18-20, 2017

Cultural identity is fluid and changes over time. Human history is a endless migration in search of a better life. Each of us mixes the culture we came from with the culture we live in. Life changes so rapidly today that you don’t even have to migrate to be a cultural immigrant.  Think about how you would fit into the New York City of the 1970s and the New York City of today.

Our concept of cultural identity goes back no more than two or three generations. The first immigrant generation speaks the heritage language. The second generation speaks the local language and some of the parent language. By the third generation, the mother language and culture are usually lost.

Governments use culture to create a national identity that binds diverse people together into a nation. Merengue, Samba, Mariachi, and Tango were all used this way.

The last big reset of national boundaries and cultural identities came with the end of  World War II in 1945. Today demographic shifts are changing cultural identities on every continent.

New York Latin Culture explores the cultural heritage of about half of all New Yorkers. In less than a decade, we will be the majority. New York City is generally a little ahead of the United States. Latin culture matters. It matters a lot.

No immigrant wants to remake this country in the image of his birthplace. If we wanted that, we would go back. We treasure our heritage and want to be good Americans. That is the intersection of New York Latin Culture Magazine.


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