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Drawing on the Marcelo Lucero Killing, New Novel Explores the Reverberations of Hate Crime

by Ted Hesson on July 27, 2011  

An excerpt from LIE, a novel by Caroline Bock that will be released in late August.

Long Island Hispanic Film Festival Takes Shape Under Guidance of Hempstead Group [PHOTOS]

by Eliana L­í³pez on June 22, 2011  

The event will be organized by Círculo de la Hispanidad.

Hempstead Celebrates the Latino Immigrant Experience Through Art [VIDEO]

by Perry Santanachote on June 9, 2011  

Latino painting, music, and poetry at the Ikarus Gallery Cultural Program.

Memorial Day Weekend: Time for an Immigration Vacation

by Patrick Young, Esq. on May 25, 2011  

From the Lackawanna Coal Mine to the Lower East Side, here's your guide to immigration attractions in the area.

Neglected for Generations, Irish Language Gains Popularity at Long Island Hibernian Hall

by Jacqueline Sweet on May 12, 2011  

Jacqueline Sweet visits the Ancient Order of Hibernians in Babylon.

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