" Hispanic Heritage Month runs from September 15 to October 15, giving revelers plenty of time to celebrate. In Boston, there are several ways to pay respect to Hispanic influences in the United States. Even those who are not of Hispanic descent can get in on the action. From festivals to education, Boston acknowledges this month in many ways while making it possible for residents and visitors to get a taste of Hispanic culture and how well it has integrated into the culture of the United States, becoming part of it.
Anjelah Johnson (Photo from Anjelah )
Anjelah Johnson Wilbur Theatre 246 Tremont St. Boston, MA 02116 (617) 248-9700
Date: Oct. 19, 2013
Popular stand-up comic and woman of Hispanic heritage, Anjelah Johnson is bringing her comedy act to the Wilbur Theatre just a few days after the official end of Hispanic Heritage Month. Johnson had a successful run on the television sketch comedy show “MADtv” and was once a professional cheerleader. While successful in other endeavors before her comedy career, she rocketed to comedy fame just a year after trying stand-up for the first time "
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