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Stepping Out in Bling

One of the things that I love about our neighborhood is the shops that cater to the current population.

The neighborhood is predominantly African-American, and the Latin American nations are strongly represented: Dominican Republic, Mexico and Ecuador lead the way.  54 more words

Hmmnnn

“SIZZLA” HEADLINES IN IRIE JAM MEDIA 23RD ANNIVERSARY SEPT 4TH

New York – Sizzla Kalonji, or simply Sizzla was born to devout Rastafari movement parents in Kingston, Jamaica. Sizzla is one of the most prolific leaders of the conscious Reggae dancehall movement and also one of the most commercially and critically successful contemporary reggae artists. 325 more words

Brooklyn

WELCOME TO THE GREATEST CARNIVAL IN NORTH AMERICA

Brooklyn, NY – Welcome to the Greatest Carnival in North America

Presented by West Indian American Day Carnival Association

Thursday, September 1st – Monday, September 5th… 812 more words

Brooklyn

"MOTHER-IN-LAW" A HOT NEW JUMP-UP CARIBBEAN COMEDY

 For Immediate Release:

 Theater for the New City’s Dream Up Festival Presents “Mother-in-Law”

A Jump-Up Comedy With a Cayenne Bite

It is two days before the wedding of Petra (Asha John) and Philo (Corey Quammie), young first generation immigrants from the Caribbean. 814 more words

Brooklyn

EVEN AFKOELEN

Onze New Yorkse zomers zijn tenminste zomers. De gemiddelde temperatuur in juli en augustus schommelt rond de 30 graden Celsius met doorgaans enkele pieken van 35 graden, soms meer. 305 more words

Brooklyn

Harlem: Panic Shopping and Escalators

Marshalls. 125th and Malcolm X Blvd.

I drop by to get some athletic socks and then to browse the shirt aisle. An African man interrupts and asks the price of a shirt. 664 more words

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Harlem Street Photography Workshop Review

“Leanne was extremely helpful and got me to take some beautiful shots! She really knows her stuff. I recommend this tour to anyone starting out with photography.” – Will, New York… 11 more words

New York City