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Agenda Cultural: 16 September, 2022


By Roger Costa

@Javits Center

The mega convention New York Comic Con will be held at Javits Center, 655 West 34th Street, October 6-9 offering enthusiasts, fans and newcomers the latest advances in comics, graphics, animated films, series and other tech-infused entertainment. A smash hit among pop-culture fans, the 2022 edition is the best place to see your favorite characters and professionals. It will highlight the work of emerging artists as well as established ones, film Premieres such as “Mortal Kombat”, “Batman and Superman”, “Sponge Bob” and much more. Guest appearances include Michael J. Fox and Christopher Lloyd for a special “Back to the Future” reunion, Brendan Fraser, Freddy Carter, Robbie Diamond, Oscar Isaac, Daniel Radcliffe, Tom Kenny (“SpongeBob”) and more. Tickets start at $68. INFO:

@The Town Hall

Created and hosted by Scott Siegel, the Musical revival spectacle “Broadway By The Year” will toast the talent and legacy of the Great White Way’s most memorable songs and musical numbers with the show “A One Night Only History of Broadway Song and Dance”. The evening will conclude the 21st season on Monday, September 19th at 8pm at The Town Hall, 123 43rd Street, Times Square. Celebrating the best in tap dancing, ballroom, freestyle jazz and popular Latin dance, the repertory includes works by George M. Cohan, Fred and Adele Astaire, Agnes de Mille, Jerome Robbins, Bob Fosse, Michael Bennett, and more, with a cast ensemble led by Danny Gardner, also choreographing the show, Kendrick Jones, Jarrod Spector, Luke Hawkins and Jeannette Bayardelle among others. Tickets start at $57. INFO:

@New York Latino Film Festival

The nation’s most prestigious premier Latino Film Festival is back in New York for its annual showcase of new Latin American cinema. Presented by Warner Bros. Discovery, this year’s highlights include the drama “Mija” directed by Isabel Castro, the Guatemalan thriller “Cadejo Blanco”, and the Dominican gem “Parsley”, a historical retelling of the Parsley Massacre. Brazilian films are also in the lineup, “Running for a Dream”, “Mirador” and “O Pastor e o Revolucionario”, which will screen from September 12-18 at Regal Cinemas in Union Square, Manhattan, with Directors and cast members in attendance. Tickets start at $12. INFO:


Bringing together audiences from all over the world, the iconic Puerto-Rican band El Gran Combo is considered the front voice for Salsa and other authentic Latin rhythms. To celebrate their 60th Anniversary, the joyful and funny group will bring their latest concert to NJPAC, 1 Center Street in Newark. Special guests include Luis Figueroa and comedian Sara Conteras. Saturday, October 8th at 8pm. Tickets $49-$125. INFO:

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