Tuesday - Oct 23, 2018

Calendar & Tourism

  • Yaelisa & Caminos Flamencos at the SFIAF

    Yaelisa & Caminos Flamencos at the SFIAF

    Compiled by the El Reportero staff The groundbreaking flamenco company Caminos Flamencos has a brand new show that seamlessly blends flamenco, Latin, and jazz in music and dance with a cast of world-class artists from around the country who are rooted in a variety of musical genres. Emmy Award-winning Artistic Director Yaelisa gathers an eclectic

  • Let’s go celebrate Carnival SF 2016!

    Let’s go celebrate Carnival SF 2016!

    by the El Reportero’s wire services The Mission District will sizzle with the sights and sounds of samba, salsa, soca, cumbia and more when the 38th Annual Carnaval San Francisco makes its way through the neighborhood, showcasing the very best of Latin American and Caribbean cultures over Memorial Day Weekend, May 28 and 29. Themed

  • Eliana López’s What’s the Scandal!

    Eliana López’s What’s the Scandal!

    Compiled by the El Reportero’s staff What is the scandal? of Ileana López. Is an autobiographical story that explores what it means to be an immigrant woman of color in the United States of America. Immigrants don´t just face the outside challenges of the legal system but also the internal challenge of adaptation and integration.

  • On The Streets: Under the Trees

    On The Streets: Under the Trees

    Compiled by the El Reportero’s staff Homelessness and the struggle for housing in urban and rural California Photographs by David Bacon, at the Asian Resource Gallery. On May – June, 2016. Reception: Tuesday, May 24, 6 p.m. 317 Ninth St at Harrison, Oakland, California. La Sociedad del Servicio de Parques cumple 100 años The NPS

  • Facebook and City of EPA sponsor literacy event

    Facebook and City of EPA sponsor literacy event

    Compiled by the El Reportero’s staff Bring Me A Book, in partnership with the City of East Palo Alto and Facebook, present the Sixth Annual Reading Bonanza in the Park, East Palo Alto. Families are encouraged to join in the fun of reading with youth, from babies to teenagers. Lots of books will be given

  • A special concert celebrating Oscar de la Renta

    A special concert celebrating Oscar de la Renta

    Compiled by the El Reportero’s staff The John Santos Sextet plus special guests The name Oscar de la Renta is synonymous with grace and magnificence in design and taste. He rose through international ranks to earn historical immortality over a sixty year period in which he became a household name. Born in the Dominican Republic

  • Taking Alcatraz by Native Americans

    Taking Alcatraz by Native Americans

    Compiled by the El Reportero’s staff On November 20,1969 a group of Native Americans landed on Alcatraz Island and claimed it as their own. They stayed for 19 months. While the media reported every move and the government fought to stop them, families moved in, thousands of supporters visited or sent supplies, and drums beat

  • Teatro Nahual presents Leyendas y Realidades

    Teatro Nahual presents Leyendas y Realidades

    Compiled by the El Reportero’s staff Continue the shows on Saturday, March 19 with a reception at the Mexican Museum at 6 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. for the event of “Leyendas and Realidades.” We will also have the special participation of Fuego, the new Mexican folkloric ballet and danza academy. Sunday, March 20 at 3

  • The Jazz Ambassadors present the history of 100 years of Jazz

    The Jazz Ambassadors present the history of 100 years of Jazz

    Compiled by the El Reportero’s staff Free Concert Fun for the Whole Family! The Jazz Ambassadors, the official touring big band of the U.S. Army, travel thousands of miles each year to present jazz to enthusiastic audiences across the nation and around the globe. Celebrate 100 years of jazz, America’s original art form, featuring swing, bebop, Latin,

  • Taller de percusión japonesa Taiko para principiantes

    Taller de percusión japonesa Taiko para principiantes

    Taller de percusión japonesa Taiko para principiantes Copilado por el equipo de El Reportero Aprenda el antiguo arte japonés de percusiones Taiko con Sensei Bruce ‘Mui’ Ghent. La clase introductoria de Taiko cubrirá las capacidades básicas fundamentales y la historia, que prepararán a los estudiantes para avanzar al siguiente nivel de clases. Edad de Principiantes: