by John Fey Philadelphia is home to almost 1.6 million people, and, like any other major city in America, there are many health and mental issues that affect the population. The Hispanic population of Philadelphia makes up 15.2% of the total population of the city. While the healthcare system is alive and vibrant in Philadelphia, […]
President Trump announced via Twitter that he and First Lady Melania Trump have tested positive for coronavirus. This comes after news that his top advisor, Hope Hicks, tested positive on Thursday. Trump and Hicks had been traveling with each other in close quarters and it is believed that this is how he contracted the virus. […]
For Argentine tango dancers, it’s completely normal to gather with hundreds of people, packed together in a small space, to dance serially with different partners for a night, a weekend or a whole week. Our faces touch; we clasp each other’s hands; share food and drink over communal tables; and talk loudly up close to […]
Written by USALA Media Date: October 1st, 2019 Master percussionist Pablo Batista has performed, recorded and toured internationally for 30 years with some of the biggest stars in rhythm and blues, jazz, Latin, pop, and gospel. Philadelphia, Pa. On September 27th, 2019, Pa Communications and USALA Media had the distinct honor of recognizing Master percussionist Pablo Batista for National […]
Contacts: JC Hatalski Historical Society of Pennsylvania 215.982.2406 [email protected] Carmen Febo San Miguel Taller Puertorriqueño 215 426-3311 [email protected] Welcome, Neighbors / Bienvenidos vecinos Public invited to launch party for a new, community-curated online exhibit Philadelphia, PA— Join us for food, music, and conversation to celebrate the launch of a new bilingual website: Neighbors/Vecinos: […]
Written by Ciro Bianchi Ross, August 30th 2019. [email protected] Era pobre la urbanización de la Habana en los comienzos del siglo XVII. Irradiando de la Plaza de Armas, partían dos calles bien alineadas, la de Oficios y la de Mercaderes y ambas iban a encontrarse en lo que se llamó Plaza Vieja, y en ese […]
Che Guerrero has always had a great knack for conveying one of his signature jokes about being undocumented for over 20 years. In the joke version of his life, his arrival to the United States is met with arguments from his mother about wearing sweaters to blend in. In real life, Guerrero, his sister, China […]
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