WEEKLY NEWSLETTER Oct. 25 – 31

Here is the weekly newsletter. Hope you have a good week and see you around!

saludos a tod@s!

//////// MONDAY ///////

CHARLA with LEILA COBO from BILLBOARD MAG
When: Oct. 25, noon
Where: Stabile
More info: https://nahjatcolumbiajschool.wordpress.com/

FREE FLAMENCO SHOWS
When: every Monday, show times 8:30, 9:30 and 10:30pm
Where: Favela Cubana, 543 LaGuardia Pl,
More info: http://favelacubana.com/

MOVIE, LAST SCREENING OF THE TEN BEST LATIN AMERICAN MOVIES
Mexican movie “Silent Light”
When: Oct 25 @ 8:00 PM
Where: IFC, 323 Sixth Avenue at West Third Street, (212) 924-7771
More info: http://www.ifccenter.com/films/silent-light/

/////////// TUESDAY /////////

BOOKS: Reading, Conversation and Book Signing with John Irving
When: Oct 26, 4 pm
Where: Miller Theatre (2960 Broadway at 116th St)
More info:

TALKS: Freelancing in Central and South America with Maria Moore Cabot Prize winning journalists
When: Oct. 26, 5.30 ? 7pm
Where: Jschool 607B
More info: Jschool calendar

///////// THURSDAY /////////

ARTS TALKS ON CAMPUS: ?Refiguring the Spiritual” series with Richard Tuttle
When: Oct 28, 6:30 pm
Where: Miller Theatre (2960 Broadway at 116th St)

A conversation with post-minimalist artist Richard Tuttle.
“Refiguring the Spiritual” is a year-long series of conversations with leading contemporary artists on the implications and influence of the changing spiritual landscape for the visual arts; co-presented by Columbia University Institute for Religion, Culture, & Public Life and Columbia University School of the Arts Visual Arts Program. Seating is on a first-come, first-served basis.

FREE LIVE CUBAN MUSIC with YUKA SECA
When: Every Thursday, 7.30 – 8.30pm
Where: Habana Room, 134 East 48 St

FREE LIVE MUSIC & POETRY IN HARLEM
When: Every Thursday, 9-10pm
Where: La Pregunta Arts Café, 1528 Amsterdam Ave
More info: http://ny.remezcla.com/2009/latin/un-boricua-en-nueva-york-live-music-and-poetry/

///////// FRIDAY /////////

LIVE MUSIC (entry $10)
Rana Santacruz is a Mexicican musician living in Brooklyn. His music mixes traditional Mexican sounds with rock and alternative.
When: Oct. 29, 9pm
Where: Jalopy 315 Columbia Street Brooklyn, NY
More info: http://www.jalopy.biz/performance_show.php?eventid=1504

BAILE DE LOS MUERTOS (FREE with Facebook RSVP)
Nu-Dancehall, Reggaeton, Soca, Merengue de Calle, Baile Funk & more all night + live percussions
When: Oct. 29, 9pm-4am
Where: Deity, 368 Atlantic Ave, Brooklyn
More info: http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=164850043531203

///////// SATURDAY ////////

PRO-COLOMBIA HALLOWEEN PARTY (entry $5)
salsa, merengue, cumbia, bachata, rock en español, reggaeton, and more
When: Oct. 30, 10pm
Where: City Tavern, 22 East 13th Street
More info: http://es-la.facebook.com/event.php?eid=156840741016088

///////// SUNDAY ///////

BOSSA NOVA BRUNCH
Many of us seem to have family visiting these days. Have them treat you or treat yourself to a brunch accompanied by the sweet melodies of bossa nova.

Music by: Bossa Nova Trio, & Nanny Assis and Adriana?
Price Fix Three Course Menu $30 per person (tax and gratuity not included)
When: every Sunday, reservation seatings @ 12 & 12:30 and 2PM & 2:30PM?
Where: SOB?s in the West Village
More info: http://ny.remezcla.com/2009/latin/bossa-nova-brunch-2/ & http://www.sobs.com/

/////////// ONGOING ///////////

*** PHOTO EXHIBITS @ ICP ***
Two large photo exhibits showing simultaneously at the International Center of Photography document two transcendent historical events: the Cuban Revolution and the Spanish Civil War.
When: On view through Jan. 9
Where: ICP Museum, Sixth Ave. at 43rd St.
Student tix available!
More info: http://www.icp.org/museum/exhibitions & http://www.nydailynews.com/latino/2010/10/13/2010-10-13_untitled__exhibits.html#ixzz13Ji3addH

*** REVEALING MEXICO ***
The year 2010 holds two important anniversaries for Mexico: the bicentennial of its independence from Spain and the centennial of the Mexican Revolution. These two milestones offer the country?s 111-million citizens and 30-million Mexican Americans an unprecedented opportunity to rediscover and celebrate their shared heritage.
When: week of Oct. 25, various events
Where: Rockefeller Center
More info and complete program: http://www.revealingmexico.com/

—By Ina Sotirova

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