Either you're a part of it or you're in their way. Beginning this morning at 11 a.m., the National Puerto Rican Day Parade started crawling up Manhattan's Fifth Avenue with equal, if not more, fervor than your average World Cup goal celebration. Scheduled for the second Sunday in June of ever ... More >>
With all the ruckus about former state senator Hiram Monserrate finally dying down, you'd think the organizers of one of New York's biggest parades, the Puerto Rican Day Parade, would be a bit hesitant about honoring another domestic abuser.
But Gerson Borrero, El Diario's longtime top ... More >>