Tag archive for ‘taino spirit’
By Urban Jibaro On Sunday, September 27th, 2009

The Poetry Of Red Clay Woman: Ok I Name Drop…

Reina M. Miranda known in poetic circles as the Red Clay Woman has already started to inspire us with both her work in the visual and performing arts. Her painting "La Taina" is an example of what More...

By Urban Jibaro On Sunday, May 3rd, 2009
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The Taino Brunch: A New Day in Brooklyn.

On Sunday April 26th, 2009, Capicu Cultural Showcase teamed up with Taino Soleil Restaurant, one of Downtown Brooklyn's newest Latino hot spots to host the first Taino Brunch Art Exhibit.  This event- More...

By Urban Jibaro On Friday, December 5th, 2008

Still looking for an original gift this Christmas?

Taino Spirit is now selling a number of products with unique graphics that are hanging at the United Nations Building and some museums. Prints are from our original paintings made Aguilar Marrero More...

By Urban Jibaro On Friday, June 13th, 2008
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What is Sofrito For Your Soul?

I am George Torres, a Nuyorican poet, cultural activist, radio personality and founder Having been born & raised between Brooklyn & Bayamon, I was reared with traditional Puerto More...

By Urban Jibaro On Monday, May 19th, 2008

Nuestra Arte: The Loisaida Festival

The Loisaida Festival and Carnival Celebration is held on Loisaida Avenue, between 12th Street and 6th Street, every year on Memorial Day Weekend. The carnaval held on Sunday, provides a cultural and entertainment More...

By Urban Jibaro On Friday, May 9th, 2008

Urban Jibaro: Check me out on Facebook!

First of all I want to thank all of you who took the time to send me birthday wishes this past week…it is appreciated. As many of you already know, we celebrated my birthday at Capicu Poetry with some of More...

By Urban Jibaro On Thursday, February 21st, 2008

History Has Been Made… Punto!

In honor of Black History Month and St. Valentines Day, Capicu Poetry has fused the themes of February to create the “Love Your History” weekend event. Our curator and co-founder Papo Swiggity created More...