Saturday - Jan 23, 2021

Arts & Entertainment

  • 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

  • Nicaragua to celebrate Sandinista victory with virtual concert

    Nicaragua to celebrate Sandinista victory with virtual concert

    by the El Reportero‘s news services   MANAGUA, July 10 – In the midst of a pandemic that is raging and wreaking havoc on the Nicaraguan population, the Nicaraguan government announced that several local bands and artists, led by maestro Ruben Rodríguez, are preparing a concert to celebrate the 41st anniversary of the Sandinista Revolution.

  • British artists demand assistance to save live music

    by the El Reportero‘s news services   More than 1,500 British musicians asked the Government of the United Kingdom for assistance on Thursday to save the industry of live concerts, after the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on that sector. In an open letter to Culture Secretary Oliver Dowden, former Beatles Paul McCartney, former Oasis

  • La Arrolladora premieres “Igual”

    La Arrolladora premieres “Igual”

    Theme that will be part of their next studio album   by the El Reportero‘s news services   With more than 50 songs positioned in the first places of popularity and after not releasing unpublished material in several months, the day arrived and today La Arrolladora is premiering twice with the release of its single

  • Cuba pays online tribute to the Apostle on the 125th anniversary of his fall in combat

    Cuba pays online tribute to the Apostle on the 125th anniversary of his fall in combat

    The CEM has made available to the public, on its official website www.josemarti.cu, a series of audiovisuals where topics of interest related to the historical event are addressed   by the El Reportero‘s wire services   The Centro de Estudios Martianos (CEM) organized an online tribute to the Cuban National Hero José Martí, on the

  • Nick Cordero, nominated for Tony as tap-dancing tough guy, dies at 41

    Nick Cordero, nominated for Tony as tap-dancing tough guy, dies at 41

    by Michael Paulson Shared from the New York Times   The Broadway actor’s battle with the coronavirus was followed closely by many as his wife chronicled his experience on social media. Nick Cordero, a musical theater actor whose intimidating height and effortless charm brought him a series of tough-guy roles on Broadway, died on Sunday

  • Richard Gere, 70, and wife Alejandra Silva, 37, welcome baby No. 2

    Richard Gere, 70, and wife Alejandra Silva, 37, welcome baby No. 2

    by Nicholas Hautman Apr 23rd 2020   It’s a boy! Richard Tiffany Gere and his wife, Alejandra Silva, welcomed their second child together, ¡Hola! magazine reports. The activist, 37, recently gave birth at the couple’s ranch in Pound Ridge, New York, according to the magazine. The news comes just 14 months after the actor, 70,