Experience the Puerto Rican, Cuban and Dominican cultures this weekend in Houston

Enjoy the rhythms and culinary arts from the islands of Cuba, Puerto Rico and the Dominican Republic this weekend in Downtown Houston at the Puerto Rican, Cuban and Dominican festival. Festival president Javier Ferrer stopped by our studio with more details of what you can expect at Midtown Park.

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