At Solomon & Kuff Rum Hall, our mission is to create a cosmopolitan community gathering space where the avant garde, open minded, innovators, tastemakers, and the enterprising intersect. 2331 12th AveNew York, NY 10027 Website: http://www.solomonandkuff.com/ Menu: http://www.solomonandkuff.com/menu
Floridita Restaurant and Bar has been Harlem's favorite spot for Cuban cuisine for 39 years. Originally located on 125th St. and Broadway, we have recently been relocated to 125th and 12th Ave. as a result of Columbia University's Manhattanville Expansion. Despite the new location, we are still providing the same authentic and delicious Cuban food as before. Come on in and get a real taste of the Caribbean. We have live music on Friday nights, a full bar serving a wide variety of beers, Sangria, frozen drinks, and cocktails, as well as multiple televisions playing your favorite sports, and a huge sidewalk cafe for some al fresco dining. Our Mojitos will make you feel like you're right in central Havana. Close to Columbia University, City College, Riverside Park, West Harlem Piers Park, and the Hudson River Greenway - we're a perfect destination for any time of day. History Established in 1969. Welcome to Harlem's Original Floridita, [...]
Join award-winning author Roxane Gay and poet Katia D. Ulysse for a reading of their works, followed by a discussion of how various forms of writing create space for conversations around, and advocacy for, social justice. Information: bcrw.barnard.edu
The Athena Center for Leadership Studies, in honor of Hispanic Heritage Month, invites you to a unique opportunity to meet Nathalie Molina Niño, CEO and founder of BRAVA investments, for a PowerTalk on the making of her book, Leapfrog: The New Revolution for Women Entrepreneurs, and practical tools for women to skillfully navigate any entrepreneurial endeavor. Information: firstname.lastname@example.org
Barnard Center for Research on Women and Small Axe: A Journal of Caribbean Criticism invite you to a reading by authors Nicole Dennis-Benn and Erna Brodber, followed by a discussion moderated by Kaiama L. Glover, associate professor of French, that will highlight diaspora, feminism, gender, and other issues related to Caribbean cultures. Information: bcrw.barnard.edu
This concert and jam session celebrates the New York City phenomenon that is Latin Jazz and the creativity that immigration and cross-cultural imagination so often produces. Pre-registration required. Tickets: $10 Information: email@example.com
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