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Laura Alvarez
Illustrator, designer, artist and art teacher
Illustrator, designer, artist and art teacher

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Yazzzz! Here it is! #PaintTheNightAway Love and Friendship painting by @bigeyesworld is here! If you are a party of one you can paint it on one canvas. If you come with a significant other, you can each paint one side and hang them at home side by side for a lovely duo! TICKETS ON SALE NOW
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Tomorrow! "Astronomy ....with live music on a Sing for Hope Piano!" on Eventbrite!

Date: Friday, June 17, 2016

Location: Owen Dolen Recreation Center

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Join me in the official presentation of the 2016 Sing For Hope Pianos!

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Come to celebrate my birthday doing what I like the most! 

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Come next week and have some fun at "MAKE YOUR MARK: GRAFFITI WRITING" on Eventbrite!

Date: Fri, Mar 18

Location: Hunts Point Recreation Center

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FREE Film Screening Followed by a Q & A

Friday, January 15, 2016 from 6:00 PM to 8:30 PM
West Bronx Recreation Center - 1527 Jesup Avenue Bronx, NY 10452
Indie Lens Pop-Up, presented by the Independent Television Service (ITVS), Independent Lens, and NYC Parks, is excited to offer an advance screening of In Football We Trust, a film by Tony Vainuku and Erika Cohn.

Polynesians are changing high school, college, and professional football. Their sheer physicality, speed, and agility have set new thresholds in athleticism. In Football We Trust chronicles the journey of young Polynesian-American men in Utah, as they transform out of their adolescence, striving to take warrior culture to the next level — through American football. The film follows the genealogy of Polynesian football, the Utah pipeline, and the profound ways their loyalty, rituals, passion, and ferocity have changed the game and the fan base of football.

PANELIST: Trevon Blondet was captain of the Long Island University Post team in college and coached as the varsity defensive coordinator at the Cardinal Hayes High School football team for 6 years. Some of his players will be joining the talk.

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New Blog Post: I Love NY Series is here!

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Come to celebrate with us!
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