Several New York politicians reacted to the controversy sparked in Puerto Rico after a federal judge refused to green-light gay marriage, El Diario reports.
Nicolás Maduro urged the release of long-time political prisoner Oscar López Rivera.
Members of the Puerto Rican band, which settled in Brooklyn for its music scene, tell Brooklyn Daily Eagle that they write from a world described as “a jungle made out of cereal boxes.”
Three generations of a Puerto Rican family come together to make chicharrones de pollo in a Feet in 2 Worlds video.
At Orchard Beach, the ocean dances salsa, according to the Puerto Rican seniors who meet up at the popular Bronx location also named Nuyorican Riviera, El Diario reports.
“Young Lords Way,” at the corner of 111th Street and Lexington Avenue in East Harlem, honors the activists who fought for social justice and change in the 1960s and 1970s, Manhattan Times reports.
Santería, with its roots in the Yoruba mythology of western Africa, has elaborate rituals which help to center its adherents, El Diario reports.
Puerto Rican theater artists have always been part of Broadway since its early days of a century ago, as this story in El Diario/La Prensa documents.
A new board is cleaning up the tainted image of the parade, running this year on June 8.
Councilman Fernando Cabrera, who is challenging state Sen. Gustavo Rivera, both worked the crowds at the Bronx Puerto Rican Day Parade, The Riverdale Press reports.
Grand Marshals Melissa Mark-Viverito and Nydia Velázquez and honorees of the National Puerto Rican Day Parade on June 8 were announced, El Diario/La Prensa reports.
Reynaldo Llanos uses figurines of the Christ child and other religious icons to assemble masterpiece hats and necklaces he wears when the weather gets warm, reports El Diario/La Prensa.
Residents of East Harlem, where singer Cheo Feliciano lived decades ago, were saddened by the news of the Puerto Rican salsero’s sudden death last Thursday, El Diario/La Prensa reports.
One of the few surviving salsa specialty stores in the city, Brooklyn’s San Germán Records, faces the challenge of surviving a changing music industry and gentrification, El Diario/La Prensa reports.
Rosie Pérez talks about prejudice against Latinas and the difference between writing and acting.