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Archive for September 5th, 2017

  • Boxing Schedule – The sports of Gentlemen

    Boxing Schedule – The sports of Gentlemen

    SEPTEMBER 8, 2017 2300 Arena, Philadelphia, PA, USA (CSN) Avery Sparrow vs. Joey Laviolette Isaiah Wise vs. Fred Jenkins Jr Elijah Vines vs. Roque Zapata SEPTEMBER 9, 2017 StubHub, Carson, CA, USA (HBO) Wisaksil Wangek vs. Roman Gonzalez Juan Francisco Estrada vs. Carlos Cuadras Naoya Inoue vs. Antonio Nieves TBA, USA (Bounce) “Premier Boxing Champions”

  • The San Francisco Latino Film Festival 2017 is here

    The San Francisco Latino Film Festival 2017 is here

    Compiled by the El Reportero’s staff This year SFLFF presents the film, Ruta Madre at Opening Night Film. A great film with love and music. After his first love breaks his heart, a young American singer reluctantly leaves his home in San Diego, California and embarks on an epic road trip through Baja with his

  • Nicaraguan writer Ulises Juárez  Polanco, a jewel of letters, died

    Nicaraguan writer Ulises Juárez Polanco, a jewel of letters, died

    by the news services of El Reportero Writer Ulises Juárez Polanco, considered among the “25 best-kept secrets in Latin America”, died on Aug. 28 of this year for unknown causes, his relatives said. Juárez, 33, and author of four story collections, was found dead in his home in Managua. Friends and family said he apparently

  • This collection of Trump’s tweets proves US presidents are puppets

    This collection of Trump’s tweets proves US presidents are puppets

    by Rachel Blevins For nearly every decision Donald Trump has announced as president, there seems to be a small collection of Tweets he has published at some point within the last decade that directly contradict his current decisions—raising speculation about just how much freedom he has, and how many of his policies are being decided