Posts Tagged ‘Gaga P’al Pueblo’

Uptown Tonight: Carolina Camacho @ Camaradas

Uptown Tonight: Carolina Camacho @ Camaradas


De El Alto a Jalisco | Manhattan Times

De El Alto a Jalisco | Manhattan Times

BY Robin Kilmer Come May, a familiar face will be missing uptown. Emmanuel Abreu, better known as DJ Boy, has been an omnipresent creative force in Northern Manhattan for years. If you missed him volunteering at Word Up Community Bookstore, collaborating and performing with the People’s Theatre Project, it has still been virtually impossible to […]


Uptown Tonight: Gaga P’al Pueblo Photography Exhibit

Uptown Tonight: Gaga P'al Pueblo Photography Exhibit

Gaga P’al Pueblo’s Photographic Songs District Office of Council Member Ydanis Rodriguez, 618 w. 177th St. Thursday, February 20th, 2014 6:00 PM Council Member Rodriguez’s office will play host to a spectacular photography show featuring local artists from the Dominican musical and cultural group, “Gaga P’al Pueblo”. The stunning photographs bring to life the joy and […]


Uptown Video: Gagá pa’l Pueblo

Uptown Video: Gagá pa’l Pueblo

Gagá pa’l Pueblo takes place every summer on Sundays in the Anne Loftus Playground on Dyckman Street as well as other places in the Heights and beyond. Gagá pa’l Pueblo is an all-out celebration of Afro-Dominican identity that welcomes, engages and entrances all who take part in it. Check out the truly awesome video below […]


Gagá pa’l Pueblo In Pictures

Gagá pa'l Pueblo In Pictures

Photography by Art By Dj Boy (@ArtByDjBoy) Gagá pa’l Pueblo takes place every summer on Sundays in the Anne Loftus Playground on Dyckman Street as well as other places in the Heights and beyond. Gagá pa’l Pueblo is an all-out celebration of Afro-Dominican identity that welcomes, engages and entrances all who take part in it. […]


Palos: Music at its roots | Manhattan Times

Palos: Music at its roots | Manhattan Times

Story by Adrian Cabreja During these last weeks of summer, there is no time to be wasted. Soon enough, the full-time routines of school and work will beckon, but in the meantime, there is fun, and even a bit of cultural education, to be found on any given Sunday at the Anne E. Loftus Playground […]

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