Monday - Feb 18, 2019

Calendar & Tourism

  • Wed Salsa at Shbooms Feat DJ Super Chino

    Wed Salsa at Shbooms Feat DJ Super Chino

    Compiled by the El Reportero’s staff Make new friends and make long-lasting relationships while learning the hottest dance around! If you are hot for dancing for a night to have fun, come and join us every Wednesday night at Shboom Nightclub to dance salsa with Beto and Noelani. Delicious dinner buffet. 7:30 p.m. Beginner Friendly

  • International Latino Business Award recognizes work of LIBA-TV

    International Latino Business Award recognizes work of LIBA-TV

    Compiled by the El Reportero’s staff The Third Annual Latin International Business Awards (LIBA) that recognizes Latino entrepreneurs took place in Hayward on Dec. 18, 2018. On this occasion the winners of the evening were the team of the television program LIBA-TV, whose founder, writer and film producer Vicky Contreras, spoke about this new project

  • Welcome to SF Carnaval New Year’s Eve party on Dec 31st

    Welcome to SF Carnaval New Year’s Eve party on Dec 31st

    Compiled by the El Reportero’s staff Experience the largest Latino NYE in Bay Area at the 4,000-person capacity newly renovated historical structure. Bring your dancing shoes, masks, costumes, cameras and celebrate this once-in-a-lifetime New Year’s Eve party with Carnaval San Francisco! The event will feature live performances by DJ Fama from Panama, DJ Bobby A,

  • Premiere | The Man in the Mirror, a local Latino film

    Premiere | The Man in the Mirror, a local Latino film

      by the El Reportero’s news services and Marvin Ramírez   The man in the mirror is a short film with a social educational theme, entering the entrails of young people, who when experiencing life, face an endless number of problems. Ivan is a young man from a dysfunctional family, his mother is an alcoholic

  • Kaiser hospital workers to stand up for patient care in labor day protest, civil disobedience

    Kaiser hospital workers to stand up for patient care in labor day protest, civil disobedience

    Compiled by the El Reportero’s staff More than 1,000 healthcare workers and their allies will march and engage in civil disobedience and protest this Labor Day, Monday, Sept. 3, to protest the corporation’s plans that would undermine patients and the people who care for them.   The workers will be joined by U.S. Reps. Ro Khanna

  • Benefit for Meals on Wheels San Francisco, and AIDS Legal Referral Pane

    Benefit for Meals on Wheels San Francisco, and AIDS Legal Referral Pane

    Compiled by the El Reportero’s staff      HELP IS ON THE WAY 24 – Concert and Gala, celebrating music, legends & icons    The concert benefits HIV/AIDS and hunger programs. It’s an elegant evening of wonderful music, delicious food and beverages tastings and, most of all, fun.     “Help is on the Way” is Northern California’s largest annual benefit Leanne Borghesi, Eileen Bourgade, Carole Cook, Davis Gaines, Debby

  • Fresh Yerba Buena Gardens Festival

    Fresh Yerba Buena Gardens Festival

    Brasil en los  jardines: Pragandaia con carta especial Marcos Costa    Compilado por el  El Reportero  del personal    Ninguna ciudad en las Américas cuenta con una presencia cultural africana más rica y profunda que Salvador da Bahia en el noreste de Brasil, y el conjunto de la vocalista Dandara Odara Pragandaia sirve como un

  • What’s happening at Cha Cha Cha in the SF Mission District in music

    What’s happening at Cha Cha Cha in the SF Mission District in music

    Compiled by the El Reportero’s staff Duende Del Sur is a Latin music group inspired by rumba flamenca, boleros and jazz. Damián Nuñez on piano & vocals, Garsha Shavankhani on cajon, Jose Vergelin on percussion, Francisco Ferrer on guitar, Chris Mayorga on bass, Matt Kelly on trumpet & Rasul Grayson on saxophone. Tuesday, Aug. 7,

  • 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