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New York Latin Culture™ is New York’s guide to world-class culture in Manhattan with an Italian, French, Spanish, Portuguese or Latin American heritage.

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You can ask for a printed copy of the monthly New York Latin Culture guide at over 200 of New York’s luxury residences, private clubs, five-star hotels, art galleries, fashion boutiques and cultural institutions.

Sunday, April 20th

The New York Latin Culture April Issue.

Come celebrate the start of the Brasileirão Serie A season by watching Flamengo vs Goiás with New York Latin Culture at Tir na nÓg Times Square at 5:30pm. Put on your shirt and bring your colors. We’ll be taking photos. Goleada!

International documentary series, Art of the Real 2014 continues at Film Society of Lincoln Center.

Ballet Hispanico continues their Spring season at the Joyce Theater.

The New York International Auto Show continues at Jacob Javits Center.

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Lucien Clergue Homage
Throckmorton Fine Art
Thursday, May 1st, 6-8pm
Clergue is one of the living legends of photography. He had a long friendship with Pablo Picasso and was the Chairman of the Academy of Fine Arts in Paris for 2013. This exhibition honors Clergue’s 80th birthday. Health permitting, he will attend. Our photographer friends are in shock.

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Ximena and Keith

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Malbec World Day

Malbec World Day

NEW YORK April 15, 2014 ~ The Argentine Consulate in New York opened this year’s Malbec World Day celebration with a press conference and wine tasting at the consulate.


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Things to do in NYC Sunday, April 20th


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Flamengo vs Goiás

Flamengo vs Goiás

Sunday Apr 20 ~ 5:30 pm
Brazilian Sports

Come celebrate the start of the Brasileirão Serie A season by watching Flamengo vs Goiás with New York Latin Culture and Clique Nova York at Tir na nÓg Times Square on Sunday, April 20th, 2014 at 5:30pm.

Put on your shirt and bring your colors. We’ll be taking photos. Goleada!

Tir na nÓg (Times Square)
315 West 39th Street
(between Eighth & Ninth Ave)
Times Square
(212) 760-0072


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