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Uptown Bounce Summer Nights Series

Spread Love: Uptown Bounce Summer Nights Series

July 30 @ 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm UPTOWN BOUNCE kicks off with a cultural rewind to where it all began! At El Museo del Barrio, stop by for a studio visit in the galleries and a conversation with folklorist Elena…

Claudia De La Cruz

The Definition of Dominican Part 4 | Manhattan Times

Story, photos and video by Sherry Mazzocchi Claudia De la Cruz is an educator, community organizer and the general coordinator of the youth leadership development project at Da Urban Butterflies in Washington Heights. Her parents moved from the Dominican…

Spread Love: Vote for the Green Bronx Machine

The good folks at the Green Bronx Machine are in the running to win some incredible prizes at the Real Food Media Contest. Green Bronx Machine is dedicated to changing mind-sets and landscapes while harvesting hope and cultivating opportunities…

Chalk NYC February HH Workshop

2/1/14: Chalk’s Healthy Habit Workshop for Families

The Vive tu Vida/Live your Life Community Campaign against childhood obesity would like to invite all families to our first installment of our monthly healthy habit workshop series. The workshop will focus on February’s Healthy Habit: Eat Plenty of Vegetables and Some…

CHALK Presents: January’s Healthy Habit of the Month

CHALK (Choosing Healthy & Active Lifestyles for Kids) is a program at New York Presbyterian Hospital-Ambulatory Care Network which supports the Vive tu Vida/Live your Life community campaign dedicated to help combat childhood obesity in Washington Heights and Inwood.…

Inwood Hill Park - Dominican & American Flags

The Definition of Dominican Part 3 | Manhattan Times

Story, photos and video by Sherry Mazzocchi Led Black is an artist, writer, entrepreneur and publisher of The Uptown Collective. “I like to think of Dominicans as the first Americans,” he said. The first school, church and university were…

Rosita Romero

The Definition of Dominican Part 2 | Manhattan Times

Story, photos and video by Sherry Mazzocchi Rosita Romero is the Executive Director of the Dominican Women’s Development Center, located in Washington Heights. For more than 30 years, she has actively defended the rights of people in the community.…