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Chelsea »

GMHC CEO Search Committee Lacks Racial Diversity, Critics Say

Most of the AIDS nonprofit's clients are black and Latino, but no one on the committee is.

Union Square »

Advocates Petition De Blasio to Make Swift Stop-and-Frisk Reforms

Reform advocates collected signatures from New Yorkers Saturday to expedite proposed changes.

East Harlem »

City Highlights El Barrio for Holiday Tourism Campaign

NYC & Company is encouraging the 5 million visitors this holiday season to see East Harlem.

Civic Center »

Quinn Bets on Latino Turnout to Propel Her Into a Runoff

The council speaker has heavily courted Latino voters, but observers see major issues still in her way.

Bushwick »

New Season of 'East WillyB' Show Mocks Hipster 'Immigration' into Bushwick

The web series, starting its second season, spotlights young Latinos amidst Bushwick's gentrification.

Inwood »

Guillermo Linares 'Betrayed' Latinos by Endorsing Rangel, Flier Claims

State Sen. Adriano Espaillat hit his opponent Linares with a campaign mailer some called racist.

Midtown & Theater District »

Conference Helps Spanish-Speaking Parents of Disabled Children

The YAI Network will hold its annual all-Spanish conference March 6, 2012.

Washington Heights & Inwood »

Community Leaders, Pols March for New Latino Congressional District

About 100 community leaders and politicians marched to call for a new Latino Congressional district.

Manhattan »

Dominican Independence Day Celebrated by New Yorkers

New Yorkers plan to celebrate the 168th anniversary of the Independence of the Dominican Republic. 

Chelsea & Hell's Kitchen »

Huge Latin Club to Open in Hell's Kitchen

La Boom, a three-floor, 600-person Latin music and culture club, is set to open in Hell's Kitchen.

Harlem »

Piri Thomas, Harlem-Born Author of 'Down These Mean Streets,' Dies at 83

Thomas was the author of the classic autobiography of life in El Barrio.

Midtown & Theater District »

Make-Out Art Exhibit Melts the Ice in Times Square

The exhibit was part of El Museo del Barrio's biennial celebration, featuring performances by New York-based Latino artists.

Greenwich Village & SoHo »

New York City's Sonia Sotomayor to Publish Memoir

The book will cover, among other things, Sotomayor's 30-year career as a lawyer, judge and professor in Manhattan.

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