Tuesday - Jan 15, 2019


  • Mentors that Matter exhibition at SFPL

    ­by Elisabeth Pinio

    The San Francisco Public Library will showcase a Mentors That Matter exhibition at the Main Library June 2 through August 2, 2006. This is a national project that provides youth from four United States cities the opportunity to honor adults who have made an impact in their lives, outside of home and school.

    Sponsored by MetLife Foundation, Mentors That Matter is an initiative of What Kids Can Do, Inc., a national nonprofit organization who gives a voice to our youth.

  • Singer celebrates birthday and record release

    by Elisabeth Pinio Heather Lauren singing with Grupo Puro Bandido, while conga player Rafael Ramírez looks on during a Latin Rock Festival at Brava Theater in 2005. Heather Lauren hosts a party to celebrate not only her birthday, but the release of her first record. She performed with upright bassist Dan Feiszli, and pianist Adam

  • S.F. Library to host Bay Area Immigrants Rights Coalition

    by Elisabeth Pinio

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    The San Francisco Main Library will be hosting its monthly coalition meeting for people and organizations in support of Bay Area Immigrant Rights, which works to empower immigrants and improve their quality of life.

  • The real story of brutal arrest by ICE on TV show

    by Tracie Morales

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    REALITY TV: Journalist
    Cristina Saralegui reveals the nightmarish tales of immigration raids, arrests and deportations during
    the April 30 episode of El Show de Cristina, airing on Univisión. During the program, Saralegui will interview

  • Salma Hayek flying high with film company

    by Tracie Morales

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    Academy Award nominee Salma Hayek will head Ventanazul, a film company devoted to bringing Latino-themed works to the screen. She will partner with Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Inc., and serve as the company’s president and CEO.