Tuesday - Mar 02, 2021

Calendar & Tourism

  • Family Resources in Palo Alto

    Family Resources in Palo Alto

    Compiled by the El Reportero‘s staff   The Peninsula Open Space Trust presents “Land and People: A Conversation with Dolores Huerta & Luis Valdez.” In this special talk, Huerta and Valdez will reflect on their long history in the Santa Clara Valley, their work in the struggles for social and environmental justice, and perspectives on

  • ¡Espiritu Navideño con Cache MKE! Virtual Performance Celebration

    Compiled by the El Reportero‘s staff   Cecil Negron and Latin Musical Ensemble Cache MKE has been performing in the Midwest for over 20 years, making a major impact on the local and regional Latin music scene. With rich vocal harmonies, and a wide variety of navideño music with Latin American roots and flair, Cache

  • Work & Social Justice: The David Bacon Archive at Stanford

    Work & Social Justice: The David Bacon Archive at Stanford

    Exhibit opens for in-person and online viewing at Stanford Libraries by the El Reportero‘s news services   Acquired by Stanford Libraries’ in late 2019, the David Bacon Archive is now one of the largest collections of documentary photography at the Libraries, offering scholars and students stunning perspectives of labor and social justice movements as well

  • San Francisco Symphony – from hall to home

    San Francisco Symphony – from hall to home

    Community Events: Día de los Muertos and Deck the Hall   by the El Reportero‘s news services   The San Francisco Symphony’s family-friendly Día de los Muertos and Deck the Hall concerts and festivities—annual traditions at Davies Symphony Hall—will be celebrated virtually this season, streaming for free at sfsymphony.org and broadcasting on both NBC Bay

  • Storytime: Sweet Stories for Families

    Storytime: Sweet Stories for Families

    Compiled by the El Reportero’s news service   Bilingual español/English stories and songs for children and their families. Tune in on the Library’s Facebook page: www.facebook.com/sfpl.org Tip: You do not need a Facebook account to view a presentation when using the link, you can close any pop-up windows. ¡VIVA! Latino Heritage Month ¡VIVA! at the

  • At SFPL stories and songs for children and their families

    At SFPL stories and songs for children and their families

    Compiled by the El Reportero’s news service   ¡VIVA! Continues with Author Talks for All Ages   In October, the Library hosts author Aida Salazar in conversation with Natalia Sylvester. Salazar is an award-winning author and arts activist whose writings for adults and children explore issues of identity and social justice. Her newest title, Land

  • The De Young Museum reopens since its closure due to the pandemic

    The De Young Museum reopens since its closure due to the pandemic

    Compiled by the El Reportero‘s staff   In celebration of the de Young museum’s 125th anniversary, the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco are hosting The de Young Open, a juried community art exhibition welcoming submissions by artists from the nine Bay Area counties. Together painting a picture of an extraordinary time in recent human

  • De Young Museum Reopens With Frida Kahlo Exhibit

    De Young Museum Reopens With Frida Kahlo Exhibit

    Compiled by the El Reportero‘s staff   The De Young Museum in Golden Gate Park has opened its doors for the first time since the COVID-19 pandemic forced its closure in March. On Tuesday, the museum welcomed back members, but will reopen to the general public starting on Friday. Ticketed reservations are required. The museum

  • Online series on the rhythmic roots of Afro-Latin music

    Online series on the rhythmic roots of Afro-Latin music

    Compiled by the El Reportero‘s staff   Santos will be taking a deep dive every Wednesday evening Sept 23-Oct 14 from 6-8 p.m into a new aspect of the rhythmic roots of Afro-Latin music including Afro-Cuban, Afro-Puerto Rican, and Afro-Brazilian forms. Each live presentation will also feature selections from Santos’ legendary collection of audio and

  • 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