Friday - Feb 22, 2019

Calendar & Tourism

  • Learn the most occult secrets of the sound of the afro-Latin music

    Learn the most occult secrets of the sound of the afro-Latin music

    Compiled by the El Reportero’s staff Learn the most hidden secrets of Afro-Latin music history and sound. Signup for John Santos’ Afro-Latin Percussion Class at the College of San Mateo (CSM). Registration for the Spring (Jan 19 – May 25, 2017) semester is now open. Course information for sign-up is below. on’t wait ‘til the 11th hour,

  • A day where comedy and wine meet: at the Rock Wall Wine Company

    A day where comedy and wine meet: at the Rock Wall Wine Company

    Compiled by the El Reportero’s staff A day where comedy and wine meet: at the Rock Wall Wine Company Have you ever been in two places at the same time? Well, this Saturday you will. An amazing place where one of the finest wines ferments in the SF Bay Area, presents an astounding event. Kick

  • Bring back the disappeared

    Bring back the disappeared

    Compiled by the El Reportero’s staff These photographs document the disappearance of political activists, migrants and ordinary people in Mexico, in the context of political repression, economic exploition, migration and drug violence. This is photo exhibition by photographers David Bacon, Antonio Nava, Emely Pederson and Leopoldo Peña. Now through Dec. 2016, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday,

  • Ytaelena art in exhibition in SF

    Ytaelena art in exhibition in SF

    Compiled by the El Reportero’s staff Introducing the Leyendas y realidades in the Bay Area @MCCLA. Written and directed by Verónica Meza, Leyendas y Realidades depicts popular legends from Latinoamérica such as La llorona and La mulata de Córdoba, each offering a glimpse into Hispanic culture and myth. With live music and talented local artists,

  • Teatro Nahual presents: Leyendas y Realidades

    Teatro Nahual presents: Leyendas y Realidades

    Compiled by the El Reportero’s staff Introducing the Leyendas y realidades in the Bay Area @MCCLA. Written and directed by Verónica Meza, Leyendas y Realidades depicts popular legends from Latinoamérica such as La llorona and La mulata de Córdoba, each offering a glimpse into Hispanic culture and myth. With live music and talented local artists,

  • San Jose Jazz Fall concert series

    San Jose Jazz Fall concert series

    Compiled by the El Reportero’s staff Saxophonist and composer Rudresh Mahanthappa presents the music of Bird Calls, his critically acclaimed Charlie Parker-inspired CD of the same name. Few musicians have remained as influential to so many generations of players and fans as Charlie Parker, and few contemporary saxophonists are more cutting edge than Mahanthappa. His stellar quintet of forward-thinking

  • ZOPPÉ – an Italian family circus

    ZOPPÉ – an Italian family circus

    Compiled by El Reportero’s staff The Zoppé Circus brings an all new show for its 9th year to Redwood City, called  “Ricominciare” (ree-koh-min-CHAR-ay) meaning recommence, begin again and restart. This fresh new show will host an amazing lineup of performers featuring La Tarumba Equestrians who fuse Circus with Theatre, Music and the Equestrian arts. Additionally,

  • 9th Annual Redwood City Salsa Festival

    Compiled by El Reportero’s staff The Redwood City Salsa Festival, a FREE outdoor festival happening in downtown Redwood City. With three stages of live entertainment, and a Salsa Competition & Tasting, this event is a high point in Redwood City’s summer event. Multiple stages featuring a variety of music, including Salsa, Latin Jazz and Reggae, will

  • Puro party in the Mission with Dr. Loco’s band

    Puro party in the Mission with Dr. Loco’s band

    Compiled by the El Reportero staff Want to really have fun with cumbia, tex-mex and Mexican rock? Then you’re reading it right. Dr. Loco’s Jalapeño Band will be making you crazy with is loco tunes, and will be accompanied with Tracy Sirota and Triple Flame. At the Elbo Room, on Wednesday, Sept. 14. Door opens