Thursday - Jul 09, 2020

Arts & Entertainment

  • Hundreds of clowns get together to have a few laughs in Mexico City   

    Hundreds of clowns get together to have a few laughs in Mexico City  

    Conference of Laughter organized by Brotherhood of Latin Clowns   by the El Reportero’s news services   Hundreds of clowns gathered at Mexico City’s Monument to the Revolution on Wednesday to celebrate the 24th annual International Conference of Laughter. The nearly 450 professional jesters hailing from Mexico, Nicaragua, Costa Rica, Peru, the United States and

  • Post-production center will be created for indigenous cinema

    Post-production center will be created for indigenous cinema

    by the El Reportero’s news services   Within the framework of the Imcine Conference, the government of the State of Chiapas and the federal Ministry of Culture will sign an agreement to create the post-production center for indigenous and Afro-descendant cinema of Imcine in La Albarrada, San Cristóbal de las Casas. In a statement, the

  • The Art of Eating Insects: exhibition set to open in Mexico City   

    The Art of Eating Insects: exhibition set to open in Mexico City  

    The event is described as an invitation to reflect on what we eat and the impact it has on the environment   by the El Reportero’s news services   Interested in exploring gastronomic opportunities in the insect world? An upcoming exhibition will probably provide all the necessary information. The Art of Eating Insects”opens at Mexico

  • SF’s author Jorge Argueta to talk about recent book on immigrants

    SF’s author Jorge Argueta to talk about recent book on immigrants

    by the El Reportero news services   Salvadorian and longtime SF resident author Jorge Argueta will discuss his newest book, Caravan to the North: Misael’s Long Walk as well as his many other bilingual children’s books and short stories that cover themes related to Latino culture and traditions, nature, and the immigrant experience. This event

  • Los Dells Festival – two days of music, art and food

    Los Dells Festival – two days of music, art and food

    by the El Reportero’s news services   More than 30,000 people from all over the country and abroad came together to celebrate the third edition of the biggest Latin Music Festival in the country. Ozuna closed the festival with a spectacular performance that surpassed all fan expectations; and co-headliner of the festival, American rapper Logic,

  • Marc Anthony announces projects to serve orphaned, disadvantaged children in El Salvador, Guatemala and Colombia

    Marc Anthony announces projects to serve orphaned, disadvantaged children in El Salvador, Guatemala and Colombia

    by the El Reportero’s news services The Maestro Cares Foundation, co-founded by music icon Marc Anthony and prominent businessman Henry Cardenas, continues to fulfill its mission of improving the quality of life of orphaned and disadvantaged children in Latin America and the United States by providing safe and loving environments for them to live, learn and play. This past week Maestro Cares

  • Raquenel releases new single If You Don’t Like What I Am

    Raquenel releases new single If You Don’t Like What I Am

    The talented actress and singer surprises with ranchera music   by the El Reportero’s news services   The renowned and talented vocalist and actress Raquenel releases a new and simple video “If You Don’t Like What I Am” at the mariachi beat. After a successful career in the world of music, theater and television, Raquenel,

  • Special salsa event Tribute to the 70’s!

    Special salsa event Tribute to the 70’s!

    Compiled by the El Reportero’s staff   Freight & Salvage and Edgardo Cambon (Candela) are producing this special show presenting two sets of very danceable Mambo, Guaracha, Cha-Cha, Son, Bolero, SALSA DURA, in tribute to the Latin music of 70s, featuring a 10-piece Salsa Orchestra, plus special guests! The repertoire will consist of re-known songs of artist