Parada 22 Restaurant in San Francisco CA

About Parada 22

A Puerto Rican restaurant serving one of the best cuisines in the Haight Ashbury neighborhood of San Francisco, CA. Parada 22 restaurant lets you enjoy a cozy ambiance while you savor fresh homestyle meals of Puerto Rico. Relish good food alone or share the experience with family and other parties at the restaurant. 

Parada 22  is an intimate space, so prepare to arrive early to find your best seat. Visit Parada 22 restaurant and you’ll surely come back for more.

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Rapper Cyrus the God: The Puerto Rican Artist to Watch

The industry of Hip Hop has become a mix of various promising artists, not just in the mainstream but also in independent scenes. Expressing music based on experiences, full of raw emotions in their own form, and artistry. 

What makes Hip Hop more interesting is the rise of Latino rappers over the years. Their success inspired other Latino rappers, including the Puerto Rican rising star, Cyrus the God.

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Pandora launches Afro Boricua, a new station highlighting the contributions of Afro-Puerto Rican musicians

Pandora launches the second of a planned series of four new stations that celebrates the contributions of the African diaspora on the music of the Americas. Today’s station launch, Afro Boricua highlights the contributions of Afro Puerto Rican musicians. This follows the launch last month of Afro Colombia. Two other stations are planned next month – Afro Cuba and Afro Quisqueya which celebrates music from the Dominican Republic.

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MalaCara’s Musical Short Expounds on the Everyday Struggle of Being in Quarantine in Puerto Rico

Everything about Puerto Rican rapper MalaCara’s latest collaborative short, musical film, Toque de Queda en Macondo, is real. Except, of course, that Macondo doesn’t really exist—it’s a fictional city imagined by Gabriel García Márquez, best known for its appearance in his book, One Hundred Years of Solitude. But today, says MalaCara, nee Nelson Monterola Trinidad, Puerto Rico feels more than ever like that fantastical, yet tragic place.

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