Sunday - May 28, 2017

Arts & Entertainment

  • San Francisco Public Library wins multiple national awards

    San Francisco Public Library wins multiple national awards

    by the El Reportero’s news services San Francisco Public Library has recently been awarded four prestigious national awards – from the American Library Association, National Endowment for the Humanities and the Institute of Museum and Library Services.   “I’m proud that we have received national recognition for so many diverse projects,” said Luis Herrera, San

  • Nicaraguan rock singer launches her first original song/video

    Nicaraguan rock singer launches her first original song/video

    by the El Reportero’s news services As part of her cultural legacy, Nicaraguan singer Martha Vaughan has just embarked on a journey towards what she has always wanted to do: create original music – and of course create her own video. For that dream has just begun for the rocker and performer with the recording

  • Actor Gael García Bernal on tour promoting Neruda

    Actor Gael García Bernal on tour promoting Neruda

    by the El Reportero’s news service Mexican actor Gael García Bernal, is on the promotional circuit for Neruda, a film depicting the dissident Chilean communist and best-known of Latin American poet Pablo Neruda’s time on the run. Set in the late 1940s, the film is no conventional biopic – part political thriller, part slapstick police

  • Venezuelan artists call for peace and unity in video

    Venezuelan artists call for peace and unity in video

    by the El Reportero’s news services Venezuela’s political crisis has caused indignation among many, but during times of turmoil, Venezuelan artists — including actors, musicians and athletes — united in a powerful music video to send a message of hope and unity. Titled Mis Ilusiones, the uplifting video by duo San Luis, featuring Apache and

  • Director finds own film among bootleg copies

    Director finds own film among bootleg copies

    Copy of Oscar winner Moonlight was at a vendor’s stall in Yucatán by the El Reportero’s news services What else would an internationally renowned filmmaker expect to find at a Mexican street vendor’s stall of pirated films but one of his own? That’s what happened this week to Oscar Award-winning director Barry Jenkins during a

  • Neus Espresate, impeller in Mexico of Latin American literature, dies

    Neus Espresate, impeller in Mexico of Latin American literature, dies

    by Mónica Mateos-Vega La Jornada The editor-publisher Mrs. Neus Espresate, one of the great movers of Latin American literature in Mexico, passed away at the age of 83, around 4 p.m., after staying several days hospitalized due to breathing problems, informed their relatives. Cofounder of Ediciones Era in the 1960s, where she unveiled the first

  • Fiction series about García Márquez in production

    Fiction series about García Márquez in production

    by the El Reportero’s news services Due to the 90th anniversary today of the birth of Gabriel García Márquez, celebrated by Colombians and the world of literature, a project is being prepared for the realization of the first series of fiction referred to the Literature Nobel Laureate. The project will be based on research carried

  • María Elena Salinas to be inducted into Nab Broadcasting Hall of Fame

    María Elena Salinas to be inducted into Nab Broadcasting Hall of Fame

    by the El Reportero’s news service Award-winning journalist and co-anchor of Noticiero Univision María Elena Salinas will be inducted into the National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) Broadcasting Hall of Fame at the 2017 NAB Show Television Luncheon on Monday, April 24 in Las Vegas. Salinas began her journalism career in 1981 as a reporter, anchor

  • Santana says Beyoncé lost Album of the year because she’s not a singer

    Santana says Beyoncé lost Album of the year because she’s not a singer

    by the El Reportero’s news services According to Julia Brucculieri news report, at Sunday night’s Grammy Awards ceremony, Adele took home the award for Album of the Year, beating out Beyoncé for the top prize. The Beyhive wasn’t impressed, nor was Adele herself, who thought Beyoncé deserved the award. Carlos Santana, on the other hand, fully

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