Saturday - Nov 28, 2020

Arts & Entertainment

  • Ibero-American Culture Festival to be held in Cuba

    Ibero-American Culture Festival to be held in Cuba

    by the El Reportero‘s news services   With the participation of representatives from over 15 countries, the 26th edition of the Ibero-American Culture Festival will be held from October 24 to 28 in Holguin, Cuba. From its traditional headquarters, the Casa de Iberoamerica (House of Ibero-America), the event will meet through its different digital platforms,

  • Quino, the creator of Mafalda, dies   

    Quino, the creator of Mafalda, dies  

    The world of culture mourns the death of the artist   by the El Reportero‘s news services   Quino died, but Mafalda will be immortal. The Argentine cartoonist Joaquín Salvador Lavado, a name that said little because he was known worldwide as Quino, died this Wednesday at the age of 88 in Mendoza, his hometown,

  • Chiapas through the eyes of Akio Hanafuji, who came to paint and never left

    Chiapas through the eyes of Akio Hanafuji, who came to paint and never left

    Japanese-born artist depicts Mexico’s local cultures from a unique perspective   by Leigh Thelmadatter   Mexico captivates hundreds upon hundreds of artists from the Americas and Europe, no surprise there. But it has held a strong fascination for Japanese artists as well despite, or perhaps because of, the huge cultural differences. Akio Hanafuji is a

  • Maria Becerra joins TINI & Lola Indigo for new music project

    Maria Becerra joins TINI & Lola Indigo for new music project

    reported by Griselda Flores Shared from Billboard   Rising Argentine singer-songwriter Maria Becerra recruited compatriot TINI and up-and-coming Spanish artist Lola Indigo for her new “High” remix. Premiering exclusively on Billboard today (Sept. 3), the eclectic, Latin trap-leaning remix finds the three leading ladies trading verses of heartbreak and despair. The minimalist and colorful music

  • Rest in peace Arcelio “Malo” García

    Rest in peace Arcelio “Malo” García

    by the El Reportero news services   Arcelio Garcia, lead singer of the pioneering Latin rock outfit Malo, gave his soul to the Lord this past Monday, Aug. 10. He was 74. Born in Puerto Rico, Arcelio moved to San Francisco with his family when he was 3 years old. When he was a teenager,

  • Danilo Amador, a part of modern history of music in Nicaragua, dies

    Danilo Amador, a part of modern history of music in Nicaragua, dies

    by the El Reportero‘s news services   Salsa star, Nicaraguan Cali Alemán, writes farewell words for his friends in social media   The piano is mourning in Nicaragua and San Francisco. Nicaraguan pianist Danilo Amador, who founded musical relics bands that became part of the history of modern music in Nicaragua, died on Thursday, July