PHOTOS: A taste of Puerto Rican culture

Attendees enjoy traditional Puerto Rican cuisine at the inaugural Puerto Rican Parade Day celebration at The RECOVER Project on Federal Street in Greenfield on Friday.

Attendees enjoy traditional Puerto Rican cuisine at the inaugural Puerto Rican Parade Day celebration at The RECOVER Project on Federal Street in Greenfield on Friday. STAFF PHOTO/PAUL FRANZ

From left, Kemah Wilson, Hector Torres and Patricia Toro, all of Greenfield, talk at the inaugural Puerto Rican Parade Day celebration at The RECOVER Project on Federal Street in Greenfield on Friday.

From left, Kemah Wilson, Hector Torres and Patricia Toro, all of Greenfield, talk at the inaugural Puerto Rican Parade Day celebration at The RECOVER Project on Federal Street in Greenfield on Friday. STAFF PHOTO/PAUL FRANZ

Attendees enjoy traditional Puerto Rican cuisine at the inaugural Puerto Rican Parade Day celebration at The RECOVER Project on Federal Street in Greenfield on Friday.

Attendees enjoy traditional Puerto Rican cuisine at the inaugural Puerto Rican Parade Day celebration at The RECOVER Project on Federal Street in Greenfield on Friday. STAFF PHOTO/PAUL FRANZ

Published: 06-12-2024 10:08 AM

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