By Ina Sotirova

Thurs, Nov. 18
11pm – late LAHBA Columbia Business School Latino AssociationLATIN FALL PARTY@ Crimson: 915 Broadway/21st str.tickets: $10/$12 advance purchase, $15 at the door
with DJ Gui Issa from Brazil :)Tickets will be on sale in the URIS Lobby starting right now through next Thursday night. Purchase online, here.
////////// FRIDAY /////////////////
1:00 pm Music: Puerto Rican Jibaro Music Presentation?@ Casabe Houses, 150 East 121st St. & Lexington Ave., NYCFree
A blend of folkloric and contemporary musical expressions of ?trovadores, cuatristas and dancers? all of which have given our ?Jíbaro? a modus vivendi.Una presentación de Música Jíbara, una mezcla de expresiones musicales folklóricas y contemporáneas de trovadores, cuatristas y bailarines.
part of BORIMIX – Puerto Rico Fest 2010more info: http://www.sea-ny.org/wordpress/

5.30 – 9pmFilm screening + Networking Reception + Q&A with the directorPeruvian Sundance Award-Winner — Undertow (Contracorriente)@ The New York Times Company, 620 Eighth Avenue
RSVP here: http://www.zoomerang.com/Survey/WEB22B9UZFD3EX

7pm Film Screening + roundtable discussion with producer, director and castEl Color de la Guayaba@ ?Baruch College, 55 Lexington Ave. ? Room NVC 3-150?Admission: Free
Puerto Rico TV and Producer Lauren Vélez present Luis Caballero?s latests film showcasing Caribbean stories expressing how sublime human beings are, evoking the magic emanations of GUAVA, a delectable tropical fruit.Puerto Rico TV y la productora Lauren Vélez presentan la más reciente película del director Luis Caballero. Varias historias caribeñas que detallan lo sublime del ser humano a través de prisma mágico de la guayaba, una deliciosa fruta tropical.*A roundtable discussion with Producer Lauren Vélez, ?Director Luis Caballero and cast members will follow.
part of BORIMIX – Puerto Rico Fest 2010more info: http://www.sea-ny.org/wordpress/

////////// WEEKEND ///////////////
Sat 20  4:30 pm  6:30 pm Spoken Word Workshop: OH, SNAP! Young Powerful Voices at Work?El Taller@ El Museo del Barrio, 1230 5th Avenue, NYC?RSVP required at: http://www.elmuseo.org/calendar?Admission: Free
Súmate! A spoken word workshop for teens will be led by supercool Nuyorican performance poet Caridad de la Luz ?La Bruja.?¡Súmate! Un taller mensual de poesía declamatoria para adolescentes por la genial poeta nuyorriqueña Caridad de la Luz ?La Bruja.?
part of BORIMIX – Puerto Rico Fest 2010more info: http://www.sea-ny.org/wordpress/
Sun 21 ? 3 & 7PMMusical: The Harlem Hellfighters on a Latin Beat?Pregones Theatre, 575 Walton Ave. Bronx, NYCA?Admission: $40A new Latino musical inspired by the story of sixteen Puerto Rican musicians recruited to join the all-black regiment of the 369th Infantry during World War I. Starring international recording artist Danny Rivera.Un nuevo musical protagonizado por el cantante Danny Rivera, sobre los 16 músicos puertorriqueños que fueron reclutados para ser parte del regimiento Afro-Americano ?Infantería 369? en la 1ra Guerra Mundial.
part of BORIMIX – Puerto Rico Fest 2010more info: http://www.sea-ny.org/wordpress/
///////// ALL MONTH-LONG ////////
NOVEMBER, Tues-Sun. ? 11:00 am ? 6:00 pmArt Exhibition: Nueva York (1613 ? 1945)?@ El Museo del Barrio, 1230 5th AvenueAdmission: Free
This intriguing exhibition reveals the powerful role that Latinos and Spanish-speaking countries have played across four centuries to help shape New York into the most culturally vibrant city in the world.Una intrigante exhibición que revela el rol fundamental que los países Latinos e hispano-parlantes han ejercido por más de tres siglos, ayudando a transformar a Nueva York en la capital cultural más vibrante del mundo.
Part of BORIMIX – Puerto Rico Fest 2010more info: http://www.sea-ny.org/wordpress/


Photo by Seeming Lee

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