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‘Headlines’ exhibit represents Hispanic New Yorkers’ history

‘Headlines’ exhibit represents Hispanic New Yorkers’ history

September 30, 2013


Filed under Features

El Diario/La Prensa commemorated its centennial anniversary on Sept. 25, establishing itself as the country’s longest-running Spanish newspaper. El Diaro lined the halls of NYU’s King Juan Carlos I of Spain Center with placards that compiled headlines, photographs and stories highlighting significant ...

‘Fotogramas’ exhibit displays Spanish magazine

‘Fotogramas’ exhibit displays Spanish magazine

February 14, 2013


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For people living in Spain in the’40s and ’50s, cinema quickly became much more than a few hours of leisurely fun. The “Fotogramas” exhibit on display at the King Juan Carlos I Center, which opened Tuesday, explores the significance of cinema for Spaniards who lived in a decade under a severely oppressive Franco dictatorship at the end of a b...

NYU Madrid students participate in culinary workshop

NYU Madrid students participate in culinary workshop

September 25, 2012


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MADRID — NYU Madrid students headed to cooking school Apetit´Oh! for a cultural workshop to familiarize themselves with some of the most traditional Spanish dishes. This mandatory cultural workshop aimed to integrate students into their new living environment. Three single-day courses were offered...

“[REC] 3” invites viewers to a bloody, hilarious zombie wedding

“[REC] 3” invites viewers to a bloody, hilarious zombie wedding

September 4, 2012


Filed under Arts

“[REC] 3: Genesis” is the latest installment of the Spanish zombie horror franchise that inspired the American remake “Quarantine.” The films are spooky, fun and widely regarded as more terrifying than their American counterpart. But unlike the first two installments of the saga, “[REC] 3”...

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