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  • Declaran a Joseito Mateo Herencia Dominicana en NY
    New York- El icono del merengue y símbolo emblemático del arte y la cultura dominicana Don Joseito Mateo “El Rey del Merengue” fue declarado “Herencia Dominicana” por el comité organizador de La Gran Parada Dominicana del Bronx que dirige el líder comunitario Felipe Febles. El legendario artista, demostró que sigue siendo El Rey del Merengue. Con un popurrí de sus grandes éxitos, lleno de energía el lugar y puso a bailar a todos los espectadores que junto a él coreaban sus canciones en la gran noche de la dominicanidad. En la cuarta entrega de los “Premios Herencia Dominicana” junto a ....
  • Delaware State Employee Exhibition and Contest III
    Twenty-one talented state employees and their family members were recognized on March 8, 2014 for their works of art as the results of the National Arts Program®: Delaware State Employee Exhibition and Contest III. More than 300 people attended the Opening Reception at Delaware State University. Secretary of State Jeffrey Bullock and Division of the Arts Director Paul Weagraff presided at the Awards Ceremony. In his remarks, Secretary Bullock commended the state employees and families members who contributed to the exhibition and recognized the high level of artistic achievement. He noted....
The Two Mexicos Within Us
  • The Two Mexicos Within Us
    "I have seen the worst of Mexico, but I have also seen the best of Mexicans." Alfredo Corchado, author of Medianoche en México (Midnight in Mexico), recounts his journey into the darkness of the Mexican drug wars while searching for his own cultural identity. Born in the state of Durango, Mexico, his family immigrated to the U.S. when he was six years old. He grew up in California and in Texas, where he and his parents worked on the farms. Eventually he became the bureau chief in Mexico for the Dallas Morning News. TintaFresca spoke with Corchado shortly after his book had been optioned for ....


  • El rey de la cocaína
    His favorite drug was power. Roberto Suárez could have been a legitimate politician in his native Bolivia, but instead, he devoted himself to building an empire. An empire where luxury was endless, notoriety shadowed him, and his sense of omnipotence would cost him dearly. Contrary to one of his most feared and outlandish competitors, Colombian drug kingpin Pablo Escobar, Suárez was not a bloodthirsty provocateur of killings that divided his homeland. Rather, he was more like a riddle, one that, almost a decade and a half after his death, his family still tries to decipher. By turning ....
  • 81st Wilmington International Exhibition of Photography
    The 81st Wilmington International Exhibition of Photography (WIEP) is a juried exhibition presented by the Delaware Photographic Society. 300 of the world’s best prints will be on display at Arsht Hall. Monday through Friday, prints may be independently viewed at Arsht Hall during regular business hours beginning at 9:00 am. On Sunday, February 23 and Sunday, March 2, an additional 200 accepted digital photographs will be shown in an 45 minute audio-visual presentation at 1, 2, and 3 pm. Chamber music will be provided between 1 and 3 pm by Strings Plus One on Sunday, February 23 and by Siner....
  • What is happiness, and how is it created?
    Los Angeles, California. “We say we want to be happy. If that’s what we really want, we should start planting seeds of happiness,” so says Kazushi Okamoto in his new book If You Plant Seeds of Happiness, Flowers of Happiness Will Bloom. But what exactly are seeds of happiness? In this book the reader is guided with clear and uncomplicated language as to how karma works and what to do in order to improve ourselves and our relationships. If you throw a ball gently against a wall, it will return to you gently, says Okamoto. In the same way the energy that we put into an action is the mea....
  • Bilingual Storytime at the Lewes Public Library
    Join us for a special bilingual storytime at the Lewes Public Library on Friday, December 20th at 10:30 AM. Steve Marz, Director of the Delaware Public Archives and Charito Calvachi-Mateyko will read from her book "Navidad Latinoamericana/Latin American Christmas". They will read stories and discuss holiday traditions of different Latin American countries during this special time of year. Local students will dress in traditional costumes and reenact “Las Posadas.” Light refreshments will be served. This program is sponsored by the Delaware Heritage Commission. Stephen M. Marz, Cer....
  • Possum Point Players: Auditions for South Pacific
    Sunday, January 5 and Tuesday, January 7, 2014, at 7 PM, at Possum Hall, 441 Old Laurel Rd., Georgetown, DE. Auditions will consist of a short musical selection, limited to 16 bars, readings from the script, and some simple choreographed dance movement. Those wishing to audition should bring their own music. Piano accompaniment will be available. South Pacific will have a cast of 20 to 30 people. Cast members should "appear" to be in the age range of 18 to 60+. There are also two young children,one boy and one girl, ages 6 to 10. The show will run April 4, 5, 6, 11, 12 and 13, 2014.
  • Dec 14: Auditions for Children's theater production
    Clear Space Theatre Company announces auditions on Saturday, Dec. 14 at noon for the Children's Theatre production of XANADU Performance Dates: April 11-13. Rehearsals on Saturdays and some Sundays. Requirements: Prepare a verse and chorus from a song popular in the 1980s. The vocal audition will be followed by a dance call. (Bring roller skates if you have them). Clear Space Theatre Company, P.O. Box 304 Rehoboth Beach, Delaware 19971, 302.227.2270
  • Dec 6: The Freeman Stage presents the Washington National Opera in Georgetown
    Selbyville, DE –The Joshua M. Freeman Foundation and The Freeman Stage at Bayside are proud to present the Washington National Opera at Delaware Technical Community College on Friday December 6th, as part of its 2013 Off Stage Series. The 7pm Friday evening performance will be held in the theatre of the Arts & Science Center located on the Owens Campus in Georgetown, DE. “We are so honored to again be hosting this internationally recognized arts organization as we celebrate the end of our incredible sixth season,” said Patti Grimes, Executive Director of the Joshua M. Freeman Foundation....
  • Invest in your child's future
    "We know how to help children achieve their goals", said Teresa Emmonsthe, Dance Conservatory artistic director, originally from the Philippines. It's known that the performing arts have always helped a child achieve dreams through hard work, discipline and perseverance. Dance Conservatory offers a classical ballet based program with supplementary classes in numerous other dance styles and affiliated arts including jazz, modern, tap, theatre, acrodance, voice, and more. Repertory, performance, and company classes are designed to challenge students to apply technical aptitude and st....
  • The Day of the Dead
    The celebration can be traced to many Mesoamerican native traditions, such as the festivals held during the Aztec month of Miccailhuitontli, ritually presided by the "Lady of the Dead" (Mictetecacihuatl) dedicated to children and the dead. From the Aztec, Mayan and other indigenous traditions come the knowledge that souls continue to exist after death, resting placidly in Mictlan, the land of the dead, for the day each year when they could return home to visit their loved ones. In the Aztec calendar, this ritual fell at the end of July and the beginning of August, but in the post con....
  • Richard Blanco at the Delaware Arts Summit
    More than 200 people attended the 2013 Delaware Arts Summit on October 28 at Dover Downs Hotel & Casino. The day-long event featured a keynote address by Richard Blanco, President Obama's Inaugural Poet 2013, and a book signing; nine workshops; and exhibitors. Performances by 6ixwire Project (Xiang Gao and Cathy Yang); pianist Julie Nishimura; dancer Jake Nowicki; and Fostina Dixon & Winds of Change.
  • 'Tis the season: Wilmington children's chorus presents Candlelight Holiday Concerts in Sussex County
    WILMINGTON, Del. – The Wilmington Children’s Chorus (WCC) announced final plans today for two Candlelight Holiday concerts in Harbeson, Sussex County. These concerts will preview two highly popular holiday performances in Wilmington the following weekend. The Singing Ambassadors of Wilmington will return to Harbeson to perform in St. George’s Chapel, 20322 Beaver Dam Rd. This intimate, candlelit setting served as a backdrop for the WCC’s downstate performances during the 2011 holiday season. This year’s concerts will be held on Dec. 8 at 3 and 5:30 p.m. There is no charge for admission....
  • Arsht-Cannon Fund awards $600,000 in grants statewide to benefit Delaware’s Hispanic community
    WILMINGTON, DE – The Arsht-Cannon Fund at the Delaware Community Foundation is proud to announce that it has awarded approximately $600,000 in grants during the 2013 fiscal year (July 1, 2012-June 30, 2013). For the fifth straight year, the Arsht-Cannon Fund (ACF) has awarded grants to improve the quality of life for Hispanic families living in Delaware by supporting access to health care, education, and innovative youth programs. “The most effective grant-making results in expanding opportunities for Hispanic Delawareans to improve their physical and mental health, life-long learning ....
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