Saturday - Sep 22, 2018

Calendar & Tourism

  • 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

  • The 32nd Annual San Francisco Tribal & Textile Art Show

    The 32nd Annual San Francisco Tribal & Textile Art Show

    Compiled by the El Reportero’s staff Aficionados of fine antique and contemporary ethnographic art will discover an extraordinary world of high-quality tribal and textile arts Feb. 8–11 when the 32nd Annual San Francisco Tribal & Textile Art Show, presented by Objects of Art Shows, returns to the Fort Mason Center Festival Pavilion. One of the

  • 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