Destination Harlem TV released it’s second episode today.
This second episode of Destination Harlem TV features highlights from the 2nd Annual “Food & Drink Boulevard” sponsored by the Fredrick Douglass Boulevard Alliance, Historian and Tour Guide Lavelle Porter, William Vargas on Camaradas El Bario and Lydia Patel with Marcia Sells from Columbia University Government and Community Affairs.
Destination Harlem TV “showcases the wonderful people and places that make Harlem what it is today as well as the history that is shaping its future. Episodes will showcase several aspects of Harlem such as Dining, Nightlife, Interviews, History and Community. Destination Harlem TV appeals to Harlem locals, New Yorker’s visiting for a meal or show, tourists on vacation (holiday) and those who are just interested and intrigued by Harlem life.”
– Destination Harlem TV
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“Hacia Afuera: Taking Back Our Streets Through the Arts” is a weekend-long festival celebrating art, music and food. It is happening this Saturday & Sunday (August 28-29), rain or shine, in Spanish Harlem’s streets, gardens, playgrounds and community spaces. The event is a partnership of local community organizations and institutions led by ART FOR CHANGE, a not-for profit group that is committed to keeping arts alive in El Barrio and that seeks to engage artists as a voice for social justice.
Now in its third year, Hacia Afuera, which means “to go outside”, will showcase an outdoor exhibition of local & national artists and live musical performances, as well as storytelling by Bobby Gonzalez and live theater by Coatlicue Theater Company. Workshops for kids will include painting, sculpture, scrapbooking and knitting, and there will be a Flamenco workshop for all ages. All events are free! For more information, go to http://www.artforchange.org .
Outdoor Art & Music Festival
August 28 & 29, 12-5pm
105 St & Lexington Ave FREE!
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