Wednesday - Sep 23, 2020

Calendar & Tourism

  • Lila Downs at Fridays at Five’s SF Jazz Fest

    Lila Downs at Fridays at Five’s SF Jazz Fest

    Compiled by the El Reportero‘s staff   Mexican-American singer and songwriter Lila Downs is a GRAMMY winner and one of the most celebrated artists of her generation. A native of Oaxaca, she’s built a career bridging cultures and languages, both as a musician and social activist for humanitarian causes. With guidance from her vocalist mother

  • Get Access to ‘Fridays at Five’ SFJazz

    Get Access to ‘Fridays at Five’ SFJazz

    Compiled by the El Reportero‘s staff   Starting at just $5 a month ($60 annually), you can sign up for or gift a digital membership and tune in with friends each Friday at 5 p.m. (PT) for the latest concert. Proceeds will help the SFJAZZ team prepare to reopen the SFJAZZ Center and bring you

  • Business resource center in Palo Alto

    Business resource center in Palo Alto

    Summer Streets continues with partial closure of Ramona St, starting August 7   compiled by the El Reportero staff   The Summer Streets program is designed to be a nimble and flexible initiative to evolve with the public health emergency and support both our community and local businesses. Our Business Assistance Center has up to

  • Best of the fest season finale – Michael Franti, Los Lobos, and more

    Best of the fest season finale – Michael Franti, Los Lobos, and more

    Headline One-Hour Special Broadcast On KPIX-TV   Compiled by the El Reportero‘s staff   SAN FRANCISCO, CA (July 29, 2020)—Stern Grove Festival celebrates the conclusion of their 83rd season with a one-hour special featuring exclusive, newly-recorded performances from Michael Franti, Los Lobos, Ben Gibbard, Bebel Gilberto, Fantastic Negrito featuring Tarriona “Tank” Ball, ALO and Con Brio.

  • Some SF libraries expected to start servicing its clients

    Some SF libraries expected to start servicing its clients

    Compiled by the El Reportero‘s staff   The City Librarian, Michael Lambert, is planning the first reopening of the Main Library and the Excelsior Branch to curbside service a local news source reported. Named SFPL To Go, the program will allow pick up and return of pre-ordered books and materials. The exact dates of reopening will be announced soon and we will let you know the details at once. Please continue to check our home page at FriendsSFPL.org.   Better Lives, Bitter Lies podcast

  • Better Lives, Bitter Lies Podcast premieres

    Must Forging Better Lives Always Be Entwined With Facing Bitter Lies? Join Park Guides as they discuss destiny-shaping ideas that defined the SF Bay Area   compiled by the El Reportero‘s staff   San Francisco, CA – San Francisco Maritime National Historical Park is proud to announce the new podcast Better Lives, Bitter Lies. This fun

  • Stern Grove Festival launches Best of the Fest

    Stern Grove Festival launches Best of the Fest

    Compiled by the El Reportero‘s staff   SAN FRANCISCO, CA (June 9, 2020)—In response to the cancellation of the 83rd Stern Grove Festival due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, Stern Grove Festival has created Best of the Fest—a 10-week virtual series of video playlists from its archives — launching on Sunday, June 14 on KPIX-TV

  • Mental Health Awareness Month

    Mental Health Awareness Month

    Compiled by the El Reportero‘s staff   Watch the film, Bedlam & join us for a discussion with the filmmakers CONTENT WARNING – THIS FILM IS DISTURBING AND MAY BE TRIGGERING Please join us in discussion with Ken Rosenberg & Peter Miller, makers of the film, Bedlam, for a closer look at this important work.

  • Salvadorian union leader and water protector speaks in the Bay Area

    Salvadorian union leader and water protector speaks in the Bay Area

    Compiled by the El Reportero’s staff   Marielos de León, leader of one of the largest union federations in El Salvador, will speak about labor’s current alliance with environmental and community organizations to fight against corporate control of water in El Salvador. $5 to $10 donation is requested, but no one will be turned away