Arts & Culture Featured Music & Events Fara Illich March 4, 2010

Some like it hot.
If you’re looking for some spice this First Friday, check out the menu of  events happening at the Arizona Latino Arts & Cultural Center [ALAC] on the evening of March 5:
quetzal6 p.m. — Pamela Carvajal Drapala reads her poem, “Following My Heart’s Desire”
6:30 p.m. — Joey First performs
7 p.m. — Crafy Chica reads from her book, “Waking Up In the Land of Glitter,” and takes time to sign copies for fans
7:30 p.m. — Flavio Flutes performs Latin American folk music
8 p.m. — Bossa Nossa performs
9:30 p.m. — The evening’s headlining act is renowned Brazillian Samba singer/songwriter/violinist extraordinaire Quetzal Guerrero, who has been dubbed the “Latin Sting.” Watch a preview here.
“There’s not a sexier place to be on First Friday,” said Mario Mendia, ALAC Operations Chair. “There will be beautiful women, live painting, dancing, and an energy unique to the Latino arts culture.”
For more information visit the ALAC Web site.