Saturday - Dec 16, 2017

Calendar & Tourism

  • This day will be fun at Cafe Revolution in the Mission

    This day will be fun at Cafe Revolution in the Mission

    by the El Reportero’s news services Cuban bassist Marcus Lopez’s Cuartet Casique, will be presenting music from Cuba and Puerto Rico, and rumba flamenca. At Café Revolution, at 22nd and Bartlett streets, Dec. 14, from 6 to 8 p.m. Spread the word! And the great Adrian Areas is back with his Jazz Ensemble Adrian Aréas,

  • To celebrate the El Show de Pepe

    To celebrate the El Show de Pepe

    Compiled by the El Reportero’s staff The Pepe Show, led by Pepe González, celebrates eight years of existence. And for that he invites all lovers of good salsa music and Peruvian culture to join in celebrating this anniversary. Mary Navarro will be a special guest directly from Peru, with the best of Creole music. Also

  • Exhibition of Mechanical Sculptures returns to the Exploratorium

    Exhibition of Mechanical Sculptures returns to the Exploratorium

    Compiled by the El Reportero’s staff This year’s show features nearly 30 automata, 3 artists in residence, and workshops teaching visitors to build their own automata On November 16, the Exploratorium’s returning winter exhibition, Curious Contraptions, will open to the public. The collection of automata features the work of eleven artists from around the world

  • Exhibition of Mechanical Sculptures returns to the Exploratorium

    Exhibition of Mechanical Sculptures returns to the Exploratorium

    Compiled by the El Reportero’s staff This year’s show features nearly 30 automata, 3 artists in residence, and workshops teaching visitors to build their own automata On November 16, the Exploratorium’s returning winter exhibition, Curious Contraptions, will open to the public. The collection of automata features the work of eleven artists from around the world

  • Oakland ballet company presents Luna Mexicana

    Oakland ballet company presents Luna Mexicana

    Compiled by the El Reportero’s staff After making a successful debut last season, the Oakland Ballet Company announces the return of Luna Mexicana, a Mexican Day of the Dead celebration, appropriate for the whole family. The one-hour program includes a cast of five dancers and five dancers, with a festive choreography by Artistic Director Graham

  • Cavaranserai 20 year anniversary with Patron and percussionist Adrián Areas – the son of Chepito Areas

    Cavaranserai 20 year anniversary with Patron and percussionist Adrián Areas – the son of Chepito Areas

    Compiled by the El Reportero’s staff Caravanserai brings their Santana Tribute show to Club Fox to celebrate their 20 year anniversary. It has grown to include material from all eras of Santana’s 47-year history. The Caravanserai show with raising great percussionist, Adrian Area, explosively recreates the rhythms, drive and the atmosphere of sounds that have made Santana a mainstay in the

  • #Schoolnotprisons Arts and Music Festival caming to Adelanto

    #Schoolnotprisons Arts and Music Festival caming to Adelanto

    Compiled by the El Reportero’s staff Los Rakas and Ceci Bastida will be joined by special guest artists in Adelanto for a free, community #SchoolsNotPrisons concert, to advocate for fair treatment of immigrants who are awaiting a decision on their request to stay in the U.S., as well as the closure of all immigrant prisons.

  • El Guegüense of Nicaragua at Brava Theater of San Francisco

    El Guegüense of Nicaragua at Brava Theater of San Francisco

    Compiled by the El Reportero’s staff Dances for Nicaragua, along with the principal dancers of the Nicaraguan Ballet Company, and UNAN-MANAGUA Classic Lines would give life to an incomparable night of Nicaraguan Tradition, Culture and Art. Together with the renowned marimba Flor de Pino and guests from Bahia, the Brava Theater awaits us at 6

  • Calle 24 Cultural District presents Fiesta de las Americas

    Calle 24 Cultural District presents Fiesta de las Americas

    Compiled by the El Reportero’s staff Calle 24 Latino Cultural District presents Fiesta de Las Américas within the 24th Street corridor, in the heart of the Mission District. Fiesta de Las América’s celebrates the independence of various Latin American countries and commemorates the culture, arts and music found from Patagonia to the Arctic Circle. It

  • San Francisco Latino Film Festival locations, guests and full lineup

    San Francisco Latino Film Festival locations, guests and full lineup

    Compiled by the El Reportero’s staff The SF Latino Film Festival runs September 15-30 The SF Latino Film Festival is ready for its 9th annual September events, celebrating independent film from the Americas and Europe. Its goal is to showcase film by, about, or made with Latinos—to shine a light on inclusion. The upcoming event