Hunts Point street fair honors Puerto Rican culture, heritage

? A street fair celebrating Puerto Rican culture was held Saturday in Hunts Point one day before the Puerto Rican Day Parade.

Residents were treated to song, dance, games and good food. Miriam Robles says the fair and parade are about showing pride for her heritage and honoring the past, while looking to the future.

Sunday?s parade starts at 1 p.m. and runs along the Grand Concourse. It starts at Burnside Avenue and ends at 166th Street.

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