The Stockton Day Trips Kwanzaa 2012 year in review centers on a number of multi-cultural results of Habibatique Ethnic Collections, Inc. in demonstrating the seven principles of Kwanzaa at their annual festival.
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Kwanzaa Festival 2012 in San Jose (Photos)
Everyone was welcome when the gates opened to the 3rd Annual Kwanzaa Festival in San Jose, Calif. Festival organizers and vendors were geared up to greet festival-goers with a community celebration that honored the seven principles of Kwanzaa: Unity, Self Determination, Collective Works & Responsibility, Cooperative Economics, Purpose, Creativity, and Faith.
EXCLUSIVE: Sista Monica announces show at San Jose Kwanzaa Festival (Photos)
International festival favorite, Sista Monica, a blues, soul, and gospel singer-songwriter, was the headliner at the third annual San Jose Kwanzaa Festival. Ms. Monica Parker, lead singer of Sista Monica, describes her music as “a cross between up-tempo blues, Chicago style, Southern soul and gospel music.”
Are you following Mustache Mike’s Italian Ice? (Photos)
Grabbing a spoon and savoring over 150 flavors of authentic gourmet Italian Ice at countless locations is what Mustache Mike’s is all about. What’s more, Italian Ice is not only cholesterol free, but it is also fat and dairy free, and gluten free. Mustache Mike’s joined the Kwanzaa Festival in the International Food Court.
MannaJPT: Good eats from heaven (Photos)
Following ten years of strong authentic Japanese restaurant cooking in the North San Francisco Bay, the operators of MannaJPT food truck debuted a mobile truck menu this year featuring Japanese comfort food with a made-to-order style menu. MannaJPT also joined in the Kwanzaa Festival in the International Food Court.