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Iván Acosta With a Cuban song in the heart in Boston
Oct
7
1:30 PM13:30

Iván Acosta With a Cuban song in the heart in Boston

Iván Acosta author of WITH A CUBAN SONG IN THE HEART | CON UNA CANCIÓN CUBANA EN EL CORAZÓN (Un-Gyve Press | Un-Gyve Records) will be honored this year by Bandera Cubana Boston for "El Grito de Yara"  Cuban Flag in Boston - Izamiento de la bandera cubana por el Grito de Yara — remember October 7th and watch for updates on concerts and events.

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With a Cuban song in the heart at Boston University
Oct
5
6:00 PM18:00

With a Cuban song in the heart at Boston University

  • Boston University Photonics Center - Colloquium Room (map)
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Boston University’s Department of Romance Studies VOCES HISPÁNICAS | HISPANIC VOICES Welcomes Cuban-American Playwright Iván Acosta.

Author Reading and Book Signing | Live Cuban Jazz with a stellar ensemble directed by Greg Hopkins featuring pianist Anibal Cruz with special guest David Oquendo, vocals and guitar.

The Colloquium Room | BU Photonics Center | 8 St. Mary’s Street, 9th Floor

Photograph: Machito and his Afro-Cubans

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Greg Delanty Reads from Selected Delanty at American Irish Historical Society
Feb
8
6:30 PM18:30

Greg Delanty Reads from Selected Delanty at American Irish Historical Society

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The American Irish Historical Society is a center of Irish culture and knowledge located in New York City ... In continuous operation since 1897, the Society has been non-partisan and non-sectarian since its inception. The Society welcomes new members and is pleased to make its library and select events open to the public.

991 Fifth Avenue New York, NY 10028 | (212) 288-2263

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Selected Delanty
Nov
17
5:00 PM17:00

Selected Delanty

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A celebration of the publication and a reading from Selected Delanty.

                                         You remarked,
freeing my tongue’s needle
stuck on its damaged record,
how cúpla dán of mine are hearkening back,
a kind of grappling for the life buoy’s O
of the roads, streets and life of the drowned city
we both hail from.

                                 — Greg Delanty from "The Lost Way"

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