Sunday - Jul 23, 2017

Calendar & Tourism

  • Photography exhibition in Excelsior District

    Photography exhibition in Excelsior District

    Compiled by the El Reportero’staff The photographer is Mario Cuevas, a Morelos, Mexico native raised in California. His collection titled “Travels thru my Motherland” is a series of photographs that document his cross-country quest through Mexico to reconnect with his roots. The images presented showcase the beauty of the country’s land and most importantly the

  • Pasados del Presidio – afternoon fun for kids

    Pasados del Presidio – afternoon fun for kids

    Compiled by the El Reportero’s staff A commemoration of the pre-American cultures at the Presidio: Ohlone, Spanish, and Mexican. The is an upcoming Latino community-focused cultural-historical celebration: the Presidio Pasados; as well as the new website portal in Spanish of the Presidio that will give valuable in-language information and downloadable Summer Fun/Kids Guide and New Presidio

  • The grand day is here at the Mission Cultural Center: it’s mural restoration celebration

    The grand day is here at the Mission Cultural Center: it’s mural restoration celebration

    Compiled by the El Reportero’s staff Join the Mission Cultural Center for Latino Arts (MCCLA) and the San Francisco Arts Commission for the dedication of the newly restored mural, Spirit of the Arts by Carlos Loarca, Betsie Miller-Kusz, and Manuel Villamor. Originally painted in 1982, the mural was inspired by Incan, Mayan, and Aztec symbolism

  • The grand day is here at the MCCLA: it’s mural restauration celebration

    The grand day is here at the MCCLA: it’s mural restauration celebration

    Compiled by the El Reportero’s staff Join the Mission Cultural Center for Latino Arts (MCCLA) and the San Francisco Arts Commission for the dedication of the newly restored mural, Spirit of the Arts by Carlos Loarca, Betsie Miller-Kusz, and Manuel Villamor. Originally painted in 1982, the mural was inspired by Incan, Mayan, and Aztec symbolism

  • Looking for some music activities this Memorial Day weekend?

    Looking for some music activities this Memorial Day weekend?

    Compiled by the El Reportero’s staff There will be an Open House Party for community. With the Habana Breeze​ Trio, which include Marcus López, Ruben Salcido and Steve McQuarry. Then from 9 p.m. to Midnight on Saturday at the Iron Gate Belmont with Mambo St. with Steve McQuarry and Tribu, at Chalacas, 438 3er St.,

  • Carnaval San Fracisco 2017

    Carnaval San Fracisco 2017

    Compiled by the El Reportero’s staff   El Corazón de San Pancho/The Heart of San Francisco On May 28th, 2017 at 9:30 a.m. the Grand Parade kicks–off at the corner of 24th and Bryant Streets. Watch a brilliant procession of contingents, most of which will feature beautifully adorned floats depicting rich multicultural themes and featuring

  • The Mexican Museum presents: Tramas Urbanas, the work of Mexican artist Paloma Torres

    Compiled by the El Reportero’s staff Tramas Urbanas (Urban Patterns), an exhibition featuring the textural work of acclaimed Mexican visual artist Paloma Torres. Tramas Urbanas is a visually provocative collection of abstract sculptures and handmade textiles based on a series of aerial photographs she took over Mexico City. Her images – from aerial portraits of

  • Families to confront SF realtors over housing affordability crisis

    Families to confront SF realtors over housing affordability crisis

    Compiled by the El Reportero’s staff A tenant-led coalition that includes homeowners, realtors and dozens of community, faith and labor organizations around the state will confront the San Francisco Association of Realtors Thursday for practices they say fuel evictions, high prices and displacement. Pointing to the outsized influence of the realtors in influencing city and

  • Iconic street artist MAN ONE paints a portrait of new body of work

    Iconic street artist MAN ONE paints a portrait of new body of work

    Compiled by the El Reportero’s staff Oakland, CA – Sánchez Contemporary, one of Oakland’s newest galleries, is pleased to announce İSomos Americanos? a groundbreaking solo exhibit by Los Angeles-based graffiti artist, Man One. İSomos Americanos? Will be a significant departure for the street art legend, utilizing mixed media and abstract surrealist portraiture to explore the

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