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Archive for March 11th, 2017

  • 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

  • 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

  • Contacts with Russian Embassy

    Contacts with Russian Embassy

    by Admin Posted on March 4, 2017 Our press seems to be in a feeding frenzy regarding contacts that President Trump’s supporters had with Russian Ambassador Sergei Kislyak and with other Russian diplomats. The assumption seems to be that there was something sinister about these contacts, just because they were with Russian diplomats. As one

  • Everything is rigged: from  medicine to politics to finance

    Everything is rigged: from medicine to politics to finance

    NOTE FROM THE EDITOR Dear readers: Here’s a good article that will help many of you who read so many ‘news’ online, the newspapers and TV, to be able to fact-check if the story is real or if it is fake. And this includes most areas in our lives, including . It was written by

  • Top foods to avoid with high blood pressure

    Top foods to avoid with high blood pressure

    by Alex Jordon In America, almost one in three adults are living with high blood pressure, that’s why the topic of dietary recommendations for high blood pressure is becoming more and more popular these days. What causes high blood pressure? Normally not consuming enough vegetables and fruits can result in a high sodium intake and

  • Border wall divides lands, but not culture

    Border wall divides lands, but not culture

    A wall bars the physical passage of people in a park near San Diego— but music scales that barrier by George B. Sánchez-Tello This article first appeared in High Country News before the Election. The musicians stand in a circle bisected by a steel wall. Divided, they play together: strumming acoustic instruments, singing call and

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