Thursday - Mar 30, 2017

Calendar & Tourism

  • 7th Annual Winter San Jose Jazz Festival 2017

    7th Annual Winter San Jose Jazz Festival 2017

    Compiled by the El Reportero’s staff San Jose Jazz proudly announces the official Winter Fest 2017 lineup: Roy Ayers, Donny McCaslin, The Cookers, Wallace Roney, Villalobos Brothers, Ben Allison & Think Free, Huntertones, Kim Nalley and Kalil Wilson, Mary Stallings, Natalie Cressman, Ron E. Beck Soul Revue, Reva DeVito, CME, Mark PLSTK, Shea Butter, Chale

  • A new mural is born in the Excelsior District

    A new mural is born in the Excelsior District

    Compiled by the El Reportero’s staff A new mural is being born at the Excelsior District’s Dignity Health-GoHealth Urgent Care by the direction of Hispanic artist Ferran Torras. It started on March 2 and will be finished by Sunday. Everyone is invited to come and watch it being done. At 4598 Mission Street, SF. Back

  • Back to the Picture Gallery presents artist and curator Martha Castrillo’s exhibition

    Back to the Picture Gallery presents artist and curator Martha Castrillo’s exhibition

    by Marvin Ramírez In a warm and cozy art exhibition, Servio Gómez, proprietary of Back to the Picture, hosted a special opening reception of artist and curator Martha Castrillo Cheng’s exhibition of 18 different artists from different ethnic and cultural backgrounds in the Mission District of San Francisco. An enthusiast SF resident originally from Nicaragua,

  • Open Studio – Last Sunday of every month

    Open Studio – Last Sunday of every month

    Compiled by the El Reportero’s staff Urban landscape artist Anthony Holdsworth has captured the spirit of an entire neighborhood. “Many of the paintings featured in my Holiday Exhibition remain on the walls. Join me for a cappucino, or a glass of wine and conversation.” At 351 Lewis Street, two blocks NW of West Oakland BART,

  • San Mateo County Libraries host stellar of young novelists

    San Mateo County Libraries host stellar of young novelists

    Compiled by the El Reportero’s staff San Mateo County Libraries are hosting their second annual YANovCon (Young Adult Novelist Convention) at the Millbrae Library on January 28, featuring exciting writers, breakout sessions and opportunities to meet the authors. This year’s lineup includes prestigious award winners, New York Times bestsellers, and authors whose works will soon

  • Learn the most occult secrets of the sound of the afro-Latin music

    Learn the most occult secrets of the sound of the afro-Latin music

    Compiled by the El Reportero’s staff Learn the most hidden secrets of Afro-Latin music history and sound. Signup for John Santos’ Afro-Latin Percussion Class at the College of San Mateo (CSM). Registration for the Spring (Jan 19 – May 25, 2017) semester is now open. Course information for sign-up is below. on’t wait ‘til the 11th hour,

  • A day where comedy and wine meet: at the Rock Wall Wine Company

    A day where comedy and wine meet: at the Rock Wall Wine Company

    Compiled by the El Reportero’s staff A day where comedy and wine meet: at the Rock Wall Wine Company Have you ever been in two places at the same time? Well, this Saturday you will. An amazing place where one of the finest wines ferments in the SF Bay Area, presents an astounding event. Kick

  • Bring back the disappeared

    Bring back the disappeared

    Compiled by the El Reportero’s staff These photographs document the disappearance of political activists, migrants and ordinary people in Mexico, in the context of political repression, economic exploition, migration and drug violence. This is photo exhibition by photographers David Bacon, Antonio Nava, Emely Pederson and Leopoldo Peña. Now through Dec. 2016, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday,

  • Ytaelena art in exhibition in SF

    Ytaelena art in exhibition in SF

    Compiled by the El Reportero’s staff Introducing the Leyendas y realidades in the Bay Area @MCCLA. Written and directed by Verónica Meza, Leyendas y Realidades depicts popular legends from Latinoamérica such as La llorona and La mulata de Córdoba, each offering a glimpse into Hispanic culture and myth. With live music and talented local artists,

  • Teatro Nahual presents: Leyendas y Realidades

    Teatro Nahual presents: Leyendas y Realidades

    Compiled by the El Reportero’s staff Introducing the Leyendas y realidades in the Bay Area @MCCLA. Written and directed by Verónica Meza, Leyendas y Realidades depicts popular legends from Latinoamérica such as La llorona and La mulata de Córdoba, each offering a glimpse into Hispanic culture and myth. With live music and talented local artists,

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