Wednesday - Jul 18, 2018

Calendar & Tourism

  • Film documental The Pushouts

    Film documental The Pushouts

    Compiled by the El Reportero’s news services People call them dropouts, they tell a different story. So begins the story of Dr. Víctor Ríos who, by 15, was a high school dropout and gang member with multiple felony convictions and a death wish. But when a teacher’s quiet persistence, a mentor’s moral conviction and his

  • Adrián Aréas brings his best performance to Berkeley

    Adrián Aréas brings his best performance to Berkeley

    Compiled by the El Reportero’s staff The Adrian Areas Latin Jazz Ensemble will be bringing his percussion talent to delight his audience this coming Friday, June 8 at 7 p.m. @ Art House Gallery & Cultural Center in Berkeley. He is the oldest son of the best ever timbales player, Chepito Aréas, who together with

  • San Francisco Carnival Grand Parade

    San Francisco Carnival Grand Parade

    Compiled by the El Reportero’s staff Watch a brilliant procession of contingents, most of which will feature beautifully adorned floats depicting rich multicultural themes and featuring performers who engage and entertain the crowds. Brazilian-style “escola” samba schools with up to 300 members dance through the streets in fantastic feathered headdresses or sweeping Bahia skirts, while

  • Cinco de Mayo with Third Sol & Camino

    Cinco de Mayo with Third Sol & Camino

    Compiled by the El Reportero’s staff Third Sol makes a return to Club Fox to celebrate this big day of music at the annual celebration of Mexican Independence Day, Cinco de Mayo!  Third Sol, known for their original soul music and many favorite tribute renditions, will fill the dance floor with their brand of East Bay sounds. 

  • Celebration of the opening day of Mission Community Market La Placita

    Celebration of the opening day of Mission Community Market La Placita

    Compiled by the El Reportero’s staff Mission Community Market returns. Join your favorite farmers market sellers and the Mission community in celebrating the first market of the spring season with a fun evening of good food, free family activities, live music, and more. Opening Day Festivities: • Kids’ activities and tissue paper flower making with Casa Bonampak •

  • Brazilian Carnaval Ball 2018 The Official Ball

    Brazilian Carnaval Ball 2018 The Official Ball

    Compiled by the El Reportero’s staff Celebrating 51 years. Featuring Neguinho Da Beija Flor Samba School, Aquarela Samba Dancers and Dj Double B Playing the Authentic Carnaval Music and Funk. Non Stop music and dancing. Friday Feb 23, at Broadway Studios, 435 Broadway St. San Francisco. Advanced tickets available in the Brazilian Stores in the

  • Teatro Nahual presents The imperfect married

    Teatro Nahual presents The imperfect married

    by the El Reportero’s staff The imperfect married presented by Teatro Nahual represents the daily life of a married couple living in the suburbs of a large city. This marriage can represent the living image of any couple that apparently has an admirable relationship, children, a house, comforts and a stable job; where the husband

  • Celebrate Valentine’s Day with the Library

    Celebrate Valentine’s Day with the Library

    Romance novels, crafts, valentine printing, poetry and handkerchiefs – all free at your neighborhood library Compilado por el equipo de El Reportero Looking for love this Feb. 14? The library is always a good place to meet new people – peruse the exhibition galleries, mingle at an author talk, smile in the stacks or get

  • Power of love with Frida at SFMONA

    Power of love with Frida at SFMONA

    Compiled by he El Reportero’s staff Experience the power of love at SFMOMA this February. Fall head over heels for Rebecca Horn’s newly installed kinetic masterpieces on Floor 6, or reconnect with an old flame — Frida Kahlo’s Frida and Diego Rivera is now on view in our free space on Floor 2. Whether you’re