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Archive for March, 2017

  • 7th Annual Winter San Jose Jazz Festival 2017

    7th Annual Winter San Jose Jazz Festival 2017

    Compiled by the El Reportero’s staff San Jose Jazz proudly announces the official Winter Fest 2017 lineup: Roy Ayers, Donny McCaslin, The Cookers, Wallace Roney, Villalobos Brothers, Ben Allison & Think Free, Huntertones, Kim Nalley and Kalil Wilson, Mary Stallings, Natalie Cressman, Ron E. Beck Soul Revue, Reva DeVito, CME, Mark PLSTK, Shea Butter, Chale

  • Neus Espresate, impeller in Mexico of Latin American literature, dies

    Neus Espresate, impeller in Mexico of Latin American literature, dies

    by Mónica Mateos-Vega La Jornada The editor-publisher Mrs. Neus Espresate, one of the great movers of Latin American literature in Mexico, passed away at the age of 83, around 4 p.m., after staying several days hospitalized due to breathing problems, informed their relatives. Cofounder of Ediciones Era in the 1960s, where she unveiled the first

  • Millions of Americans live in Mexico, can we continue to coexist?

    Millions of Americans live in Mexico, can we continue to coexist?

    by Aristóteles Sandoval Díaz The global political landscape is going through seismic changes. From the vote for Brexit to the election of Donald Trump, we are living in unpredictable times. Trump’s ascent to the presidency has huge implications for global trade relations and for minorities living in North America. Barack Obama’s progressive social reforms look like they may

  • The elites won’t save us

    The elites won’t save us

    NOTE FROM THE EDITOR Dear readers: The following article, written by American Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist, professor at Princeton University, and author of several New York Times best-sellers, Chris Hedges, is one of those pieces that extracts real juice from the things the mainstream media almost never get to touch – because they are mostly submitted

  • Up to 90 percent of urinary tract infections caused by chicken meet

    Up to 90 percent of urinary tract infections caused by chicken meet

    by Russel Davis Urinary tract infections (UTIs) are caused by an array of factors such as sexual activity and age. However, food choice also appears to be a key culprit in the onset of UTIs. A study, published by the CDC in the journal Emerging Infectious Diseases, found that the source of the bacteria Escherichia

  • Trump faces challenge of visa overstays, the largest source of illegal immigration

    Trump faces challenge of visa overstays, the largest source of illegal immigration

    by Josh Siegle As President Donald Trump focuses on border security in his initial actions to counter illegal immigration, a new report shows the unauthorized population increasingly is made up of those who first entered the U.S. legally. In each year from 2007 to 2014, the report from the Center for Migration Studies finds, more

  • Mexico should confront its xenophobic past

    Mexico should confront its xenophobic past

    It’s past time for an apology to the Chinese-Mexican community by Antonio C. Hsiang Mexico has recently been on the receiving end of an ugly wave of xenophobia from some American politicians and members of the public. In response, Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto, standing in solidarity with his country’s diaspora, made it a point

  • Mexico-US treaty invalid, politician claims

    Mexico-US treaty invalid, politician claims

    by the El Reportero’s wire services The deterioration in relations between Mexico and the United States has triggered a couple of claims over the countries’ common border, one of which would put into question the ownership of five U.S. states and parts of four others. A prominent Mexican politician and a lawyer yesterday proposed a

  • A new mural is born in the Excelsior District

    A new mural is born in the Excelsior District

    Compiled by the El Reportero’s staff A new mural is being born at the Excelsior District’s Dignity Health-GoHealth Urgent Care by the direction of Hispanic artist Ferran Torras. It started on March 2 and will be finished by Sunday. Everyone is invited to come and watch it being done. At 4598 Mission Street, SF. Back

  • Fiction series about García Márquez in production

    Fiction series about García Márquez in production

    by the El Reportero’s news services Due to the 90th anniversary today of the birth of Gabriel García Márquez, celebrated by Colombians and the world of literature, a project is being prepared for the realization of the first series of fiction referred to the Literature Nobel Laureate. The project will be based on research carried