Tuesday - Nov 20, 2018

News

  • Oakland Museum announces Black History events

    by Juliet Blalack

    Los Latin Rhythm BoysLos Latin Rhythm Boys

    The Oakland Museum of California will offer events about Black history from Jan. 8-Feb. 25, according to the museum’s website.

  • Cloverfield comes with jolt

    by the wire services

    Michael Stahl-David and Odette Yustman: photo by Sam EmersonMichael Stahl-David and Odette Yustman photo by Sam Emerson

  • Kings Day Concert

    by Juliet Blalack

    Coro Hispano presents their 21st annual concert in honor of Epiphany, with a special free show for children on January 5th.

    The concert will feature traditional Latin American aguinaldos, music from many countries, Baroque villancicos, and Medieval chants. The children’s concert will be performed at the Mission Cultural Center for Latino Arts at 2868 Mission Street.

    Roccapulco New Year’s Party

  • Oscar bound

    by Antonio Mejías-Rentas

    Jorge DrexlerJorge Drexler

    OSCAR BOUND: Three Latino filmmakers nominated last week for a Golden Globe award are likely contender’s for next year’s Academy Awards.

  • City College offers adult education, community wellness and more

    by Juliet Blalack

    City College is now accepting new student applications for Spring 2008 semester and has added programs for high school students and working adults.­

    The Mission campus has added 150 credit courses, ranging from Gay and Lesbian Issues in the Workforce to Music of Latin America and the Carribean.