TOBBY LOVE PRESENTA SU NUEVO ALBUM “BACHATA NATION” EN NUEVA YORK

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En medio de prensa, luces, cámaras y decenas de seguidores el famoso exponente de Bachata Pop TOBY LOVE presento formalmente al publico de Nueva York su nuevo sencillo titulado ”Entra en mi Vida”.

Tobby Love es famoso por sus fusiones y mezclas de la tradicional bachata dominicana con ritmos urbanos como el R&B y Hip Hop. Una fusión que el artista a denominado “Crunkchata” – música romántica , corta venas con influencia de soul y jazz norteamericano.

El artista de origen puertorriqueño promociona el quinto sencillo de este álbum.“Entra en mi Vida” es un tema originalmente grabado por el grupo mexicano SIN BANDERA llega con nuevos arreglos vestido de bachata y trópico e interpretado por Toby junto al cantante Karlos Rose.

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Los inicios del este popular cantante se remontan al año 2000 cuando comenzó como vocalista del popular grupo AVENTURA , donde permaneció hasta comenzar su Carrera como solista en el 2006 y lograr posicionarse como uno de los artistas mas exitosos del genero.

Tobby Love ya ha obtenido dos codiciados premios Billboards y varias nominaciones a importantes premios internacionales.

“Entra En MI Vida”es uno de los temas incluidos en el popular álbum BACHATA NATION” lanzado conjuntamente con Elegante Records y que ya ha ocupado los primeros lugares de popularidad.

Sin lugar a dudas, TOBY LOVE con su estilo romántico y su voz melodiosa se perfila indiscutiblemente como el nuevo rostro internacional de la bachata

Charlie Sheen announces he is HIV Positive!

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Charlie Sheen—or as some may know him as: Carlos Estevez—made a startling announcement yesterday while on NBC’s Today Show telling the world that he is HIV positive.

While appearing in a sit down interview with Today Show’s Matt Lauer, Sheen revealed that he has been HIV positive for the last 4 years. While shocking, the announcement has been alluded to by gossip sites for the past several months.

Prior to making the announcement there were rumors circulating among gossip magazines and sites stating that the former Three and a Half Men star was diagnosed with HIV possibly due to his long history with drug abuse and a rampant sex life which involved numerous encounters with prostitutes and porn stars.

Last month, the 50-year-old actor was linked to story posted on RadarOnline which elusively states a “notorious Hollywood womanizer” has been hiding a “deadly health crisis.” The article never stated Sheen’s name but set off a firestorm of speculation that ultimately linked Sheen as the actor mentioned.

According to several gossip sources, Sheen has been desperate to cover up his medical status due to the response he may receive from his long history of sleeping with porn stars, strippers and groupies.

Also, according to RadarOnline Sheen allegedly paid off a former female sex partner after he exposed her to the virus. It is also rumored the star also allegedly has several lawsuits against him.

While Sheen didn’t confirm any of these rumors, the actor did say in his interview his announcement is his response to end the series of attacks he endured by gossip magazine and sites.

I have to put a stop to this onslaught, this barrage of attacks and of sub-truths and very harmful and mercurial stories that are about me, threatening the health of so many others that couldn’t be further from the truth,” said Sheen, talking about is motivation to announcement his HIV status.

Since his diagnosis, Sheen has stated that he has only told people he believed he could trust and has even paid up to 10 million dollars in order to keep his status private. Among those who Sheen has said he has told is his oldest daughter and ex-wife Denise Richards.

Sheen also mentioned how he’s only had sexual relations with two people without protection after his diagnosis but assures that they were informed and he hasn’t been involved in extreme, hazardous behavior since.

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EL ROMEO SANTOS ECUATORIANO TRAE SU BACHATA A ESTADOS UNIDOS

 

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Humilde, tímido y agradeciéndole a Dios al final de cada frase, ese es Jordy Quintero, un joven cantante procedente de la ciudad de Guayaquil, Ecuador. De tez oscura, sonrisa amplia y mirada inocente, Jordy quien imita a la perfección al cantante Romeo Santos, nos ganó el corazón desde el primer momento por su simpatía y naturalidad.

Considerado por sus fans, un aún mejor cantante que Romeo, este talentoso muchacho se hizo famoso en todo Ecuador por su participación en el Reality Show “Yo Me Llamo”. Jordy, mejor conocido por todos como “El Romeo Santos Ecuatoriano”, se encuentra de visita en Estados Unidos realizando su primera gira internacional donde recorre las principales ciudades del país.

“La gente aquí, me ha dado un gran apoyo incondicional. Es un privilegio y gracias a Dios porque él me dio el talento y el carisma”

nos dice feliz este ecuatoriano de tan solo 21 años.  Quintero comenzó a cantar desde niño y se hizo famoso entre sus amigos y en la escuela por cantar y bailar las canciones de Michael Jackson, hasta que en el 2001, escucho por primera vez la música del famoso grupo de Bachata “Aventura” y se aprendió todas sus canciones.

“Todos me decían pero tu cantas igual que Romeo y los amigos y familiares me empezaron a llamar Aventura y luego Jordy Romeo”.

El éxito y la popularidad del este artista coincide con la fuerza que el ritmo dominicano, se ha expandido por toda Centro y Suramérica, y donde intérpretes como Prince Royce y Romeo Santos se encuentran en los primeros lugares en la preferencia del público.  Jordan nos comenta un poco apenado,

“aun no conozco a Romeo Santos personalmente pero espero con ansias que cuando sea la voluntad de Dios no podemos ver y le pueda decir cuanto lo admiro”

Por terceros, Quintero ya escucho que Romeo conoce de su existencia y que aprueba su trabajo. Con numerosas canciones propias, a Jordy le gusta también interpretar salsa, pero en todas las presentaciones la gente aclama que cante las canciones de Romeo. La similitud en el tono de voz es realmente asombrada y sería imposible reconocer la diferencia sino fuera por las evidentes diferentes físicas de este Romeo de la costa ecuatoriana con el Romeo original, que es un poco más bajo de estatura y con la piel más oscura que el famoso bachatero.

Este nuevo talento es representando por empresarios dominicanos y existen grandes planes de promoción entre los que se encuentran una gira por toda la Republica Dominicana, País que Quintero considera ya su segunda patria, por la bendición de conocer y enamorarse perdidamente del ritmo de la bachata.

Jordy Romeo o el Romeo Ecuatoriano cuenta con un talento evidente, gran carisma y un ángel muy especial que llama la atención de los fans de la bachata. El reto de este largo camino hacia la fama, será demostrar que es un cantante con luz propia más que el imitador de una estrella internacional

 

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Another Win For LatinTRENDS & Our Readers…

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In 2010, CEO and founder Juan Guillen and the team rebranded creating what many know and love, LatinTRENDS.

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LatinTRENDS Magazine brings you “pop culture with a Latin twist” and can be found at major stores such as Target, Duane Reade and ShopRite in New York and New Jersey. Today we are happy to announce that starting in November you will find LatinTrends Magazine at selected Barnes & Noble stores. Besides our partnership with major brands LatinTrends continues to stay true to folks who supported us throughout the years which inculdes over 1,500 medical and dental clinics, barbershops and beauty salons throughout the New York metropolitan area.

The LatinTrends brand represents a monthly bilingual print magazine for men and women, a free weekly e-Newsletter, daily content on latintrends.com and daily social media content on its Facebook, Instagram and Twitter accounts. With a combined monthly audience of over 1.6 million clients per month and an additional reach of 832,000 readers per month. We want to share our excitement and thank you all for your support. This is a huge WIN for all of us. Gracias!

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Deportation Shouldn’t Stop: Congressman on the deaths of Immigrant Children deported

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In the ever-growing debate regarding immigration in the United States of America, not even the possible deaths of some immigrant children may face if deported back to their country of origins seems to quell the debate’s intensity. In fact, for one American congressman the deaths should not stop the deportation process but should continue despite immigrant children possibly losing their lives.

A few weeks ago, LatinTRENDS reported on recent horrendous reports coming out of Honduras of deported immigrant children dying as they returned to the country’s murder capital known as, San Pedro Sula. But according to Republican Robert Pittenger (R-NC) the deaths of children upon their return should not stop the deportation process yet they should continue.

It’s the most egregious, awful crime and a pity, what has happened to these young children,” said Pittenger about the deaths of the immigrant children, “But do you want to open up America’s doors to the entire world? We can’t handle the healthcare and education today for our own population! We have to be sensible about what we our system can manage. So you put them on planes and you send them back.

The first term House Republican from North Carolina is currently running unopposed for yet another term to represent the 9th District of his state. And while his comments in-lieu of the reports of children’s deaths is shocking, they are not unusual for the congressman. Before a small crowd of his constituents last Tuesday night, Pittenger assured his crowd of supporters that he would continue to address the crisis regarding the tens of thousands of unaccompanied immigrant children entering the country. And another set of immigrant children.

At the town hall meeting in Charlotte, Pittenger told the crowd that he aided the House of Representatives pass a bill that would see to the deportation of not only the newly arrived migrant children but to immigrant children who have been raised within the U.S., these immigrant children have been commonly known as DREAMers. However, the measure of this new bill haven’t been enacted because, according to Pittenger, the Democratic-controlled Senate is refusing it.

Pittenger, believes another reason for the delays in removing immigrants from the country—which he like many other politicians and other Americans feel are a problem in this country—is due to President Barack Obama allegedly abusing an anti-trafficking law.

According to Pittenger, President Obama has been abusing a 2002 human trafficking law first signed by President George W. Bush which was reauthorized in 2008 to increase protections for unaccompanied children from Mexico who were apprehended crossing the border into the country. Under the new additions to the law, the unaccompanied children are automatically returned to their country of origin without any formal deportation proceedings because the two countries share a border. However, for other countries in Central America may differ.

Because of the large number of children entering the U.S. from Central America as well, it appears the President is being accused of not sending the detained migrant children as the law permits. This accusation doesn’t seem sound considering President Obama currently has the highest immigration deportation record and has considered waiving the changes to the 2008 law in order to speed deportations.

However, the latter consideration by the President didn’t go through considering the public outcry from the international law and human rights community.

From the Senate to President Obama, another cause for the “halt” in deportation proceedings for immigrant children also lies within Congress. Pittenger claims that Democrats are at fault for the failure to pass comprehensive immigration reform when it went to Congress. The reason: Democrats wanted a path to citizenship for some undocumented people to be added to the reform…something not all Republicans and Democrats agreed with thus caused the conflict

I speak to Hispanic radio and newspapers and they’re not talking about that. It’s not even on their mind,Pittenger explained, stating that Latinos in the country are not concerned with the path to citizenship measure. “They want to be here legally and come out of the shadows and work, but I don’t hear them demanding US citizenship. But [Democrats] want to use that and embrace these people for their political agenda.

However, studies have discredited Pittenger’s claims.

In a 2012 Pew Research Center survey it was discovered that more than 90% of Hispanic immigrants—both with and without legal citizenship—do aspire to become US citizens therefore a measure such as path to citizenship for undocumented workers would be pursued.

Currently, North Carolina’s stance within the immigration debate has acquired some media attention. Unlike the Californian town of Murrieta which came out in protest of the arrival of immigrants and immigrant children to a nearby detention facility, the North Carolina county of Surry passed a resolution to keep unaccompanied migrant children out of their region.

According to the resolution, the purpose for keeping out detained immigrant children was to ensure no diseases they were carrying would be passed onto residents. This fear that detained immigration carried communicable diseases has been a fear that has already been debunked. The fear first started when North Carolina Governor Pat McCrory demanded health records of an estimated 1,200 unaccompanied detained children who were placed in the state and wanted to protect citizens from possible “diseased-infected” children.

Along with Surry County, Rowan and Brunswick counties are two other North Carolina counties who have passed similar resolutions to ban unaccompanied immigrant children.

Despite the opinions of Pittenger and these counties’ choosing to ban detained immigrant children, not all counties or people within North Carolina are choosing to treat children as criminals. Other counties within North Carolina—including Charlotte City—are preparing to house any unaccompanied immigrant children. Currently, the state has welcomed an estimated 1,400 children as they await their fate.

Summer Classic Charity Basketball Game at the Barclays Center

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CC Sabathia’s PitCCh In Foundation and Robinson Cano’s RC22 Foundation unveil their Summer Classic Charity Basketball Game at Barclays Center on Thursday, August 21st at 8:00PM. Sabathia and Cano will serve as captains to two celebrity basketball teams which will be announced closer to the game.

All ticket proceeds from the event will serve to benefit both PitCCh In Foundation and RC22 Foundation. The Summer Classic Charity Basketball Game will feature a celebrity basketball game, a dunk performance, 3-point competition, half court contest, live auction and many other activations.

Tickets go on sale on Friday, June 20 at 10:00AM — click here to purchase.

Staff Members of Popular Hispanic Newspaper El Diario wrongfully terminated?

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One of the oldest Spanish-language daily newspaper in the country, El Diario La Prensa is seen as one of the largest Hispanic-focused papers in both the country and New York City. For 101 years, El Diario has reported the news to their readers, but now the publication is currently making news due to the recent firing of 20 staff members back on Friday.

There are speculations that the firing of the 20 staffers comes after issues that involve the paper’s parent company and its unfair labor practices.

ImpreMedia—the parent company of El Diario—faced charges from the Newspaper Guild of New York after the company allegedly threatened to fire employees due to their loyalty to the union back in February. Last month, the National Labor Relations Board ordered the management at ImpreMedia to publicly post and email union members a notice which stated that the company would work with the Guild and the union.

But as if remaining true their promise, former employees of El Diario were called in one-by-one into a conference room and told by their individual manager that their jobs were being terminated.

ImpreMedia has followed through on its illegal threat to fire veteran journalists and try to replace them with nonunion staff,” said Guild president Bill O’Meara in a statement.

In addition to the meeting, the 20 former employees were also given a letter explaining their termination.

During that meeting, they were told how the company had to make cuts,” said Oscar Hernandez, an union chairperson and an employee who worked at El Diario since 1989.

According to the Alliance for Audited Media, the newspaper’s circulation has been declining over the years. Back in March, El Diario’s average weekday circulation fell to 12%.

To continue to transition to a media property of the future, we must unfortunately, make very difficult but necessary decisions to respond to new financial realities and become more efficient,” said Francisco Seghezzo, the C.E.O. of ImpreMedia C.E.O in a statement. “It is always painful to part with valued colleagues. We thank them for their unwavering hard work, dedication and contributions to El Diario.

Whether the firing was due to declining sales, Hernandez believes the firing is the company’s ignoring of the contractual bargaining they agreed upon with the Guild since the company failed to give both the labor organization and the terminated employees two weeks’ notice.

In response to such claims, the spokesperson of ImpreMedia stated in a statement that not only did the company abide to the terms of the agreement but the layoffs are on June 27th and “On Friday they communicated to the people affected, precisely with the 2 weeks in advance as required by the contract.”

According to the newspaper’s former metro reporter, Rosa Margarita Murphy the company has been “looking for ways to get rid of us, unionized employees, harassing and belittling our work in front of our peers.Murphy worked for El Diario for 13 years.

Describing what the recent firings means, Murphy added that the firing also “affects the community because it loses experienced journalists who really have strong ties to the community and who for decades have been the voice of the voiceless.

However, according to a director of ImpreMedia the community El Diario attracts isn’t exactly what they want because they may be a bit…“ghetto”.

At a staff meeting held in November regarding the newspaper’s redesign, the term “ghetto” was first made to describe the paper’s style and content including its readers. According to the union chairperson Hernandez, ImpreMedia’s content director Juan Varela called El Diario a “ghetto” paper that needed to hold standards in pursuit of more “educated” readers.

Disgusted by the disrespect to its readers and staff members, Senator and Reverend Rubén Díaz of the Bronx and New York Hispanic Clergy Organization has come out condemning the firing at El Diario and the comments made by ImpreMedia.

Senator-Reverend Díaz released the following statement:

After hearing about the layoffs of Puerto Ricans, Dominicans, Columbians, and journalists from Central America, and after hearing that its new owners have called El Diario la Prensa a “ghetto” newspaper, and after hearing that they are looking to appeal to “more educated” readers, we will not sit back and ignore these insults to our community.

El Diario la Prensa, “El Campeón de los Hispanics” the “Champion of the Hispanics” is the largest and oldest Spanish-language newspaper in New York City.

We are rightfully outraged about any strategy at El Diario la Prensa to turn their backs on their traditional Puerto Rican and Dominican readership who rely upon this newspaper as a major news source and we are extremely concerned about the wholesale firings.

In an era where were are fighting to protect our immigrant population, it is outrageous and inconceivable to think that journalists from Santo Domingo, Columbia, and Central America would be replaced by journalists from Europe and other parts of the world.

Also, Senator-Reverend Díaz has disclosed that he will be meeting with his fellow clergy members from the New York Hispanic Clergy Organization where they will begin to discuss plans to hold demonstration in front of the executive offices of ImpreMedia. So far demonstration is expected to occur on the 26th of June.

Despite the handling of the paper, and agreeing with Senator-Reverend Díaz, former employee Hernandez says it best when it comes to what is truly at stake for a paper that has long called itself the “champion of the Hispanics”.

It’s never, never sacrificed anything in covering the news, even after bomb threats and the murder of our chief editor, Manuel de Dios Unanue [who died in 1992 when he was murdered due to a contract hit being taken out on him by a drug cartel leader because Unanue wrote articles and published photographs of top narcotics traffickers and their operators located in Queens], El Diario never lost its integrity. And now the question here today is, ‘Campion de?’… Usually we put down ‘of the Hispanics,’ but today that’s a question mark.

Only time will tell if El Diario can attain to keeping its core identity as it hangs in the balance of a company that seems to be putting it at risk.

The Voting Power of Dominicanos!

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The 2012 Presidential Elections was important in more ways than just one. While it saw to the re-election of America’s first African-American President Barack Obama, the elections also highlighted a very interesting development in this country. The elections spotlighted the growing population of Latinos who live in this country and how they can be a force to make political changes.

According to an analysis on the exit polls made by the Pew Hispanic Center, the number of Latinos who voted for President Barack Obama over Republican candidate Mitt Romney was 71% for the former and 27% for the latter. This number shows that for the first time since 1996, the national vote amongst Hispanic was at its highest for a Democratic candidate.

The findings made by Pew Hispanic Center also revealed that Latinos currently make up 10% of the electorate, and within battleground states that 10% can go a long wait for any candidate who can sway the Latino vote.

However, what is interesting to note is that while the number is 10% it could be so much higher if every Latino gets to the voting booth. But not all do. One example would be Latinos from the Dominican Republic.

In New York State there was an estimated 762,000 Dominicans living in the state. In the 2012 elections only 357,000 Dominicans were eligible to partake in the elections by casting their vote. While it may seem the number is too low considering Dominicans are one of the largest populations in the state, that “low” numbers is still very powerful when it comes to elections.

357,000 is a decisive number that could change the course of any election in New York State, and it just so happens that very number (with the possible growth to it since it was tallied back in 2012) could play a major role in the upcoming Congressional Primaries to be held on June 24th.

In about two weeks the Dominican vote may play a very important role when it comes to choosing the next congressman when Dominicans may vote in the first Dominican-American Congressman State Senator Adriano Espaillat.

Espaillat could end up winning the primary when he faces incumbent Charles B. Rangel who has held the position since the early 70s.

And in an effort to get Dominicans to the voting booth and utilize their rights as citizens of this country, Dominicanos USA (DUSA) has embarked on a voter registration campaign to get the Dominican and Dominican-American voters of New York and Rhode Island into the voter booth.
For too long, the Dominican–American community has stood on the side-lines without a voice while others made decisions that were impacting our community and our families,” said Manuel Matos. Matos is an attorney, community leader, and a board member and spokesperson for DUSA.

It made perfect sense to start our focus in these two places where our community has lived, worked, and thrived for years, yet has not fulfilled its civic and political potential to have a say in the city’s political and policy affairs, Matos added, “Dominicanos USA will help ensure more Dominican Americans contribute their grain of sand on the American beachhead of civic and political responsibility.

A non-partisan organization, DUSA is an organization established for the sole purpose of empowering, educating, and mobilizing Dominican-Americans to become registered voters who will eventually take part in elections. Currently, the group has said to have registered 21,000 voters in New York.

The group’s registration campaign is said to be financially backed by affluent Dominican family the Vicini who are known for being a big powerhouse in the sugar industry. The backing of DUSA is expected to cost the Vicini $3.5 million dollars because the family will be investing in the organization by 2016.

We’re not concentrated on a particular candidate,” said Eddie Cuesta, DUSA’s Coordinator in New York.

In-addition to not being candidate-oriented, DUSA also acknowledged that while they are specifically seeking to get Dominicans registered to vote they will also register anyone else who is eligible.

It’s a cross-section of the community,” added Cuesta. “We have touched every zip code in the city.

In order to find Dominicans who are not registered, DUSA has relied on a combination of both old and new school tactics when it comes to getting Dominicans registered.

Using traditional canvassing methods by having their canvassers scouting known areas to contain a Dominican population, DUSA is also relying on using new technology in order to find Dominican voters. With data companies Catalist and Amicus aiding DUSA, the organization is hopeful in using the algorithms provided to identify where Dominican residents live.

Wherever Dominicans are, we’ll find them,” said Cuesta.

According to DUSA’s representatives, the group’s canvassers have taken to all neighborhoods within New York City and would continue to do so to ensure every Dominican is registered before the May 30th deadline.

And now since the deadline has passed, DUSA will focus their effort into ensuring that Dominicans who are registered to vote go out to the voting booths on June 24th and cast their vote. Until then, we have to wait and see how powerful the Dominican vote can be.

Latino Bookshop’s first East Harlem reading and literacy campaign!

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Wanting to show the importance of Latinos in literature and express the importance of literacy to Latino youth, former East Los Angeles middle-school English teacher Aurora Anaya-Cerda decided the best way to do so was by opening up a bookshop named, La Casa Azul in the highly-populated Latino community known as El Barrio.

Before becoming the shop it has become today, La Casa Azul started as an online resource tool compiling and promoting literature and educational programing produced by Latino writers. Then, after a successful fundraising project, La Casa Azul opened its doors in East Harlem.

Since its opening the bookshop has become so much more than merely a place to purchase or read books. La Casa Azul has become a fixture in the neighborhood bringing together Latinos and Non-Latinos through the shared joy of literature through events aimed at promoting a unified community. The bookshop also offers classes, workshops, and performances put together by members of the neighborhood.

And now La Casa Azul is about to embark on its next venture in promoting literacy and community with its “One Book, One Barrio” campaign.

The “One Book, One Barrio” campaign will be a yearlong event that will hold events in-addition to educational programs. This campaign will focus on one novel by a Latino writer and for the next year events will be inspired by the novel.

The novel to start of the first “One Book, One Barrio” campaign is The Revolution of Evelyn Serrano by Puerto Rican actress Sonia Manzano, who has starred on Sesame Street as Maria since 1971.

Manzano’s book centers on Evelyn Serrano, a young Puerto Rican girl who lives in 1969 East Harlem and is on a quest to understand and learn about her Puerto Rican heritage from the world right on the streets of El Barrio.

Consider it a book club that involves the neighborhood, One Book, One Barrio celebrates not just the culture and world of El Barrio within the book but also El Barrio of the real world. Events kick off in June and commence come November 2014.

The One Book, One Barrio campaign begins on On June 7th, 2014 from 1:00pm – 2:30pm. The yearlong campaign starts when La Casa Azul welcomes Manzano to the shop in order to read and sing from her book.

For more information on the One Book, One Barrio campaign just click: here!

And do something fun and educational with your summer!

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Mother Nature has had some issues these past couple of seasons but it’s quite alright considering summer is right around the corner! Now that most of us are done with school and vacation mode is setting in what better way to celebrate this weekend. Start your Memorial Day Weekend at the Yotel Hotel NYC Terrace tomorrow night! DJ Abrupt and DJ Christian Jae will be spinning a mix of top 40, hip-hop, latin and much more! WEPA! Enjoy the night with dinner, listening to and dancing to an array of great music in the heart of Times Square. The celebration is located on the 4th floor where you can find several lounges, a restaurant and a large outdoor terrace. Doors open at 10 PM with no cover until 1:00 AM as long as you have your tickets printed. The party is for patrons 21 and up with drink specials and a sure great night out! As always make sure you’re dressed to impress and ready to start your weekend off right!

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