While Rubén Díaz Sr. lobs bombs against gay rights, son Rubén Jr. and lesbian granddaughter Erica run for cover
Though the rain caused the cancellation of the Bronx Puerto Rican Day Parade, it would not deter Senator Rev. Ruben Diaz Sr. from holding his "March for Morality" against gay marriage yesterday. Over the next several hours, the Bronx County Courthouse would provide the set for a very strang ... More >>
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 >>
A year after he was bashed in the East Village, a New York diva is ready for his second act
Kerry blew it with Latino voters. Senator Clinton is determined not to.
Who speaks for New York City's 2.1 million Latinos? That's subject to a debate in the mayoral race, one that's played out over the past few days on the steps of City Hall and up Fifth Avenue. On Saturday, Manhattan Borough President Virginia Fields took to the steps of City Hall to unveil "Latinos ... More >>
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