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Every year Spanish Harlem lights up on the day before the National Puerto Rican Day Parade with a huge festival on 116th Street, music blasting all day, people out in the streets strutting their stuff, homemade cooking on every block…it’s … Continue reading
For me, heading out in the evening, my Cali style, means literally stepping out in the evening as apparently I may be the only person is this town without a car. Tonight I wasn’t the only one doing the Hollywood … Continue reading