Monday - Jul 22, 2019


  • Día de los Muertos exhibit at the Oakland Museum

    by Juliana Birnbaum Fox A young woman admires the altars during the Day of the Dead (file photos by Marvin J. Ramirez) The Mexican festival of Día de los Muertos honors the enduring connection and communication between the dead and the living. The Oakland Museum of California’s eighth annual Days of the Dead exhibition, Pasajes

  • Binational Health Week

    by Juliana Birnbaum Fox

    This annual week-long series of health-promotion and health-education activities, which has become one of the largest mobilization efforts in the Americas to improve the well-being of underserved immigrants and migrants of Latin American origin, will launch Oct. 14-16 in Los Angeles. A joint effort of the Mexican government and the Health Initiative of the Americas (a program of the University of California), Binational Health Week opens with an inaugural event and a Policy Forum on Migration and Health.

  • Ray Sepúlveda: 10 years after

    by Marvin J. Ramírez

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    It’s been 10 years since salsa music singer Ray Sepúlveda was interviewed by El Reportero.

  • Orozco’s Man of Fire to premier on PBS

    by Antonio Mejías-Rentas José Clemente Orozco, Gods of the Modern World (1932), part of a mural located at Dartmouth University, Hanover, New Hampshire. MAN ON FlRE: Un documental del muralista mexicano José Clemente Orozco que se estrenará esta semana en PBS es el último de cuatro nuevos programas con temática latina en la cadena de

  • Homegrown Latino film Ladrón que roba a ladrón opens

    by Antonio Mejías-Rentas

    RECORD BREAKER: A homegrown movie about U.S. Latinos had the highest grossing opening for a Spanish-language film in the United States this past month.

    Ladrón que roba ladrón opened in 340 theaters Aug. 31 and had gross earnings of $2.04 million over the four-day Labor Day holiday weekend, according to distributor Lionsgate Films. It doubled the April 2006 opening of La majer de mi hermano, which took $1.025 million in 205 screens.

  • 30 years of art for MCCLA

    ­by the El Reportero staff Jennie Rodríguez (left) holds a certificate to hand it in to the next award recipient at the War Memorial in SF. At center María Medina Serafina. (photo by Marvin J. Ramirez) It was the greatest event for members of the Mission Cultural Center for Latino Arts when for the first