V.21 No.7 | 2/16/2012
By Jessica Cassyle Carr [ Fri Feb 17 2012 5:46 PM ]
Ash Wednesday is fastly approaching—only a few more days are left to get out your pre-Lenten ya yas. The Carnaval festivities happening tonight and tomorrow at the National Hispanic Cultural Center are a multi-sensory way to celebrate Brazilian, Caribbean and Lousianan cultures. Mel Minter details the party here.
Life Is a Carnaval
Frank and Pilar Leto host a music and dance spectacular
By Mel Minter
This weekend, Frank and Pilar Leto’s Carnaval extravaganza—including costumes, music, dance, stilt walkers and more—moves into the National Hispanic Cultural Center to celebrate Caribbean, Brazilian and Louisianan traditions of the festival.
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