Tuesday - Dec 01, 2020

Calendar & Tourism

  • John Santos Sextet at Yoshi’s

    John Santos Sextet at Yoshi’s

    Compiled by the El Reportero’s staff   Far more than a master percussionist, internationally renowned multi-Grammy-nominated percussionist and San Francisco native, John Santos can be seen on Fri, Sept. 27, from 10 – 11:59 p.m., at Yoshi’s Oakland, 510 Embarcadero West, Oakland.   Cine Latino brings the best in Latino films on 2019 In just

  • Cine Latino brings the best in Latino films on 2019

    Cine Latino brings the best in Latino films on 2019

    Compiled by the El Reportero’s staff   In just a few days Cine+Mas SF presents the 11th San Francisco Latino Film Festival with over 90 films including shorts, features, and documentaries. There are 12 documentary features, 14 narrative features, and nine shorts programs to choose from. Most features are San Francisco premieres with a few

  • Leaders of the Nicaraguan peasant movement visit SF Bay Area

    Leaders of the Nicaraguan peasant movement visit SF Bay Area

    Compiled by the El Reportero’s staff   Nicaraguan Human Rights Advocates from The Movimiento Campesino de Nicaragua will be visiting the San Francisco Bay Area on their way to The Human Rights Conference at the Organization of the Americas (OAS) to inform and update the community about the human rights crisis in Nicaragua. The leaders

  • A night of jazz by two great musicians in Sausalito

    A night of jazz by two great musicians in Sausalito

    Compiled by the El Reportero’s staff   Walter Earl and Arlington Houston form a great two-people team jamming to the heart. Walter’s piano accompanied by Arlinton’s bass make a perfect jazz duet for a night of inspiration and fun. You won’t be disappointed, come and see them play and enjoy fine jazz. By the way,

  • SPJ NorCal To Host Shield Law panel at UC Berkeley Journalism School

    SPJ NorCal To Host Shield Law panel at UC Berkeley Journalism School

    Compiled by the El Reportero’s staff   SPJ NorCal’s Freedom of Information Committee is hosting a workshop on California’s Shield Law. Come learn about what the law does and doesn’t cover, as well as examples of how it has been applied with real-world cases. The recent detention and search and seizure of freelance stringer Bryan

  • Argentinian artist heads up 5th annual Flower Piano event

    Argentinian artist heads up 5th annual Flower Piano event

    Compiled by the El Reportero’s staff   The Annual Flower Piano event at San Francisco Botanical Garden is this July. One of the co-founders of this huge annual event is an Argentinian artist named Mauro Ffortissimo. In 2013, Mauro covertly rolled an old grand piano onto the bluffs over Half Moon Bay. As word spread

  • Yerba Buena Gardens Festival

    Yerba Buena Gardens Festival

    Compiled by the El Reportero’s staff What’s in that box, you ask? In the hands of Ka-Hon, a gentle spring shower, a flamenco troupe, a galloping stallion and a rumba circle. Drawing on a pan-American array of rhythms, the high-energy ensemble displays the astounding versatility of the humble cajón, a simple wooden box usually played

  • Define ‘American Artist Fellowship Program’ launch

    Define ‘American Artist Fellowship Program’ launch

    Compiled by the El Reportero’s staff Define American is bringing eight undocumented artists to Oakland next week to launch the first-ever Undocumented Artist Fellowship program. The fellowship connects these artists with resources, a stipend, and national exposure through Define American, while also demonstrating that art is a universal language. We are fighting to ensure that

  • Poncho Sánchez and his Latin Jazz Band in Berkeley

    Poncho Sánchez and his Latin Jazz Band in Berkeley

    by the El Reportero’s news services The Freight & Salvage is proud to host for the very first time world renowned, multi Grammy award winning percussionist Poncho Sánchez and his band, direct from Los Angeles. This is Poncho’s first appearance at the “new” Freight & Salvage, Berkeley’s magnificent, intimate, musical non-profit that has been a beacon for half