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In the aftermath of Hurricane Maria, the arts have played an outsized role in everything...
Jerry González, a giant of Puerto Rican, Cuban, Afro-Cuban jazz, and jazz music is no...
On Thursday, May 3rd, Centro hosted the premiere screening of its latest film, AmeRícan...
Editor's Note: The following biography appears on the website of the Fundación Nacional...

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“I’m just a simple community activist,” says Carlos “Charlie” Díaz. “I just want to show...
Félix Manuel Rodríguez Capó, better known simply as Bobby Capó, was born in 1922 on New...
“Don’t point to blame,” espouses María Cruz from the roof of Taíno Towers. “Instead of...
Editor's note: The following article was first published by the website 80grados. To read...
Editor's Note: Sylvia del Villard (1928-1990) was a celebrated Afro-Puerto Rican activist...
Wearing black rubber boots, a heavy black winter jacket, and a worn straw hat, Teofilo...
Before reading this list, you should probably ask yourself a couple of questions. For...