Keep Rising To The Top (KR3TS) performs Violeta Galagarza’s choreography for various artists and shows… including:
Joe “I Wanna Know”
El General “Muevelo”
D-Stroy “Roll Out”
Los Hurikanes Del Caribe “El Pinguino”
Criollo Con La Motivacion “Chevere”
Dance in the Square
KR3TS Annual Dance Showcase
“Studio Y” on New York’s Metro Channel
TGRacing takes the sportbikes to the track!
Pontiac Day @ Raceway Park (Part 1 of 7): Jay, Henry, Andrew, Paul & Bill spend a day at the track. Jay races his ’65 GTO. Henry races his ’69 GTO.
Frankie Cutlass and WKTU’s Vic Latino @ The National Puerto Rican Day Parade on Manhattan’s 5th Avenue in NYC.
The first New York Puerto Rican Day Parade was held on Sunday, April 12 1958 in “Barrio” in Manhattan. Amongst its founders were; JosÃ© “Chuito” Caballero, Peter Ortiz, Luisa Quintero, Victor LÃ³pez, Luis Amando Feliciano, Vicente HernÃ¡ndez, Angel M. Arroyo, Atanacio Rivera Feliciano, y Amalio Maisanave RÃos. Its first President was Victor LÃ³pez and it was coordinated by JosÃ© Caballero. The Grand Marshall was Oscar GonzÃ¡lez Suarez, Esq.
Prominent personalites from Puerto Rico headed by then Governor Don Luis MuÃ±oz Marin, attended the initial parade. Several Mayors from Puerto Rico, led by the Mayor of the Municipality of Corozal, Hon. Leo Cabranes also participated.