PRSUN celebrated its 15th anniversary on Saturday, July 22, at the Willis Avenue Community Garden in the Mott Haven section of the Bronx. More than 50 people attended the three-hour outdoor reception. . Here is a collection of photos from the hot summer day. Thank you to all who attended. Congratulations to the 10 Puerto Rico Sun award winners who exemplify PRSUN's mission of informing, empowering and building community in their own way: Apryl Cadabra Entertainment Agency, INC. Elijah Cruz/Things by Eli Milagros Gonzalez/PRSUN Adviser Zoraida Graciani/Zoraida's Coquito Aixa Rodriguez/Teacher and Activist Sol/PRSUN Mascot Tanya Perez/Business Owner at Sweet Qzine and at TMN Skincare and Wellness Tanya Torres/Artist Dhylles Victoria/The Sip & Chat Movement The team of the Willis Avenue Community Garden Congratulations to all. Love you all. To view more photos, visit my photo
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PRSUN today celebrates its blogosversary. While PRSUN was born in the summer of 2002 as an e-magazine, I started blogging right here at www.prsun.blogspot.com in the summer of 2004. Here I am at the 116th street festival in East Harlem last month with two interesting characters I met. It has been a pleasure documenting stories and events related to the Puerto Rican community. Thank you for your ongoing support of this multimedia project. PRSUN is currently in transition, but I wanted to take a moment to celebrate this PRSUN blogosversary with my readers, visitors, advertisers and sponsors. Informing, empowering and building community continues to be PRSUN's business and social mission. Happy blogosversary PRSUN. I do love this independent media and art business.
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Happy blogosversary to me...Happy blogosversary to me...Happy blogosversary to me. Wow, it has been SIX YEARS since I have been blogging here on blogspot. While the Puerto Rico Sun project started as an e-magazine project in 2002, it was in 2004 that I started blogging here. I lived in San Juan, Puerto Rico, so this blog was born on the island (kind of). These days I have been microblogging more on Twitter and sharing on Facebook and other social networks, but my mission remains the same: to inform, empower and build community. This Puerto Rico Sun blog is just one of the community media and art projects that I am working as part of my independent community media and art business, Puerto Rico Sun Communications. Thanks for being a part of the Puerto Rico Sun community for all these years. Thanks for your continued support of independent community media and art. Remember to follow @prsun on Twitter or "like" us on Facebook or LinkedIn. With love, Clarisel Gonzalez