A great piece during the Harlem African American Day Parade on September 16, 2012, shot as the parade moved north uptown along Adam Clayton Powell Blvd., (aka 7th Avenue) and the corner of at 120th Street. Continue reading
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Get ready for one of New York’s most colorful and festive parades — as New Yoricans and Haricans celebrate the 55th annual Puerto Rican Day Parade on Sunday, June 10, at 11 am, 2012. Continue reading
The Labor Day Parade is such a bittersweet time of the year. On the one hand it is a time to celebrate the Caribbean culture and on the other hand since the parade falls on September 1st–summer is a wrap! For those students who have not returned to school yet, they will be returning to school in the next couple of days. While most adults have taken their summer vacations. So as a last hurrah of the summer, many come and jump up and down to the sounds of the Caribbean and join in the excitement of the parade down Brooklyn’s Eastern Parkway.
If you are going to have a parade. you pray that the weather is as beautiful as it was for the 41st Annual Labor Day Carnival Parade aka the West Indian American Day Parade. Before the parade kicked off Monday morning, parade organizers, sponsors, elected officials and special invited guest were part of a pre-parade ceremony.
Come join Harlemites for the largest black parade in America on Sunday, September 21, 2008 at 1:00 P.M. In Harlem at 111th Street & Adam Clayton Powell Blvd. To 142nd Street. Continue reading