Louder Than A Mom Mon, Nov 24 - 8pm - $8 Louder Than A Mom Louder Than a Mom because everyone has a depressing, shocking, miserable, vulgar, hilarious family story! Storytelling is one of the oldest human traditions. Come and share yours. If youre not ready to talk about your family tragedy, your judgmental mother-in-law, your drunk Uncle Pete who ruins every holiday, or why you hate your four-year-old, come and listen. We all love a good bedtime story!!
Camaradas El Barrio 2241 1st Avenue New York, NY 10029 (near the corner of 115th Street) Call +1212-348-2703 Hours of operation: Sunday - Wednesday: 3pm - 1am Thursday – Saturday: 3pm – 2am Public Transportation Take the number 6 train to the 116 Street Subway Stop, or any local bus traveling on the East Side of Manhattan (116 Street is a Limited/Select Bus Service stop). By Car The RFK /Triborough Bridge is usually the fastest way to El Barrio /Spanish Harlem if you are coming from Queens or Long Island. From the Bronx or Upstate, the Third Avenue Bridge connects directly to Spanish Harlem, just a few blocks North of CAMARADAS. From Uptown Manhattan, the FDR Drive has exits on 116, 106 and 96 Streets. From Downtown Manhattan, you can take the FDR Drive North to 96 Street. At First Avenue, you can make a right turn and continue to travel North on 1st Avenue – CAMARADAS will be on your left as you approach 115 Street.
Bronx Raised : Hip-Hop Series, free performance for the community presented by NYRP and The Bronx Museum. Experience the best of the Bronx in this live performance series curated by CIRCA '95. Local artists use dance, music and spoken word to deliver rhythm and rhyme that reflect a Bronx state of mind. Text NYRP for more info #22828.
Bio: Fronted by MC’s Rodstarz, and MC/Producer G1, Rebel Diaz shows us the true global power of Hip-Hop. After first performing at an immigrant rights march in New York City in 2006 in front of a half million people, the bilingual crew has taken the international community by storm with their explosiv...See Full Bio
“REBEL DIAZ combining Latin American heritage, African Diasporic awareness and potent social commentary, their music combines classic backpacker tradition with hip-hop’s global impact...on a bilingual tip...Sounds like:Che Guevara+Immortal Technique+African Diaspora=a global hip-hop flow”