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Archive for April 5th, 2017

  • 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

  • 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

  • Current schools: Factory outlets

    Current schools: Factory outlets

    My (very controversial) column on the lives for which the schooling system prepares our children by George Monbiot In the future, if you want a job, you must be as unlike a machine as possible: creative, critical and socially skilled. So why are children being taught to behave like machines? Children learn best when teaching

  • What on Earth is happening to our temperature?

    What on Earth is happening to our temperature?

    NOTE FROM THE EDITOR: Dear reader: Perhaps you’ve heard that the Earth is warming and the glaziers will melt and so on… But you’ve probably also heard that all this about the global warming is just an engineered plan by the global government agents to expand and control the people. In other words, they claim

  • Moringa: The power-packed plant

    Moringa: The power-packed plant

    by Melissa The mighty moringa plant, or as it’s fondly called “miracle tree” is becoming the go-to plant to treat a variety of ailments. Moringa oleifera is originally found in its native country of South Asia, but is becoming abundant throughout the tropics. For centuries its leaves have been used to cure and prevent more

  • Arrested while applying for a green card

    Arrested while applying for a green card

    US immigration experts fear policy shift by Susan Zalkind A report by the Guardian Multiple cases of people being arrested while seeking green cards marks a dramatic shift in immigration policy, say observers: ‘This is what we all feared’ Leandro Arriaga arrived at the immigration office with his US citizen wife and three-month-old daughter on

  • This law puts homeowners at risk of property rights violations

    This law puts homeowners at risk of property rights violations

    by Pat Nolan David Safavian The owner of the resort didn’t ask his guests why they were there. He offered plush accommodations to those seeking to get away. Sometimes, guests would come to play golf at the private and very exclusive country club. Other times, they used the fabulous spa services down the road. Still

  • El Salvador bans mining

    El Salvador bans mining

    by the El Reportero’s wire services El Salvador became the first country in the world to ban all metal mining yesterday. The law blocks all exploration, extraction and processing of metals, whether in open pits or underground, as well as use of toxic chemicals like cyanide and mercury, reports Reuters. Legislators from across the political spectrum

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