Sunday - Nov 19, 2017
  • Exhibition of Mechanical Sculptures returns to the Exploratorium

    Exhibition of Mechanical Sculptures returns to the Exploratorium

    Compiled by the El Reportero’s staff This year’s show features nearly 30 automata, 3 artists in residence, and workshops teaching visitors to build their own automata On November 16, the Exploratorium’s returning winter exhibition, Curious Contraptions, will open to the public. The collection of automata features the work of eleven artists from around the world

  • Haiti included for the first time in the Oscars

    Haiti included for the first time in the Oscars

    by the El Reportero’s news service The incipient Haitian film industry began to emerge, after the announcement today of the first entry of this Caribbean nation to the Oscars, with the film ‘’Ayiti Mon Amour’’, by director Guetty Felin. The production exposes the portrait of a post-earthquake nation that cries its more than 220,000 dead,

  • Trump taps lawyer known for his crackdown of key civil rights

    Trump taps lawyer known for his crackdown of key civil rights

    Kenneth Marcus’ recent career has been largely focused on litigation targeting Palestine solidarity activists on U.S. college campuses, as well as on attempts to eradicate criticism of the Israeli state in educational institutions nationwide by Whitney Webb Laws preventing American citizens from choosing to boycott the nation of Israel have been cropping up across the

  • Selling out the US to the megabanks

    Selling out the US to the megabanks

    NOTE FROM THE EDITOR I am sharing this interesting article about banking, on how our nation is being sold out to the big banks. Written by Ellen Brown, it exposes what most of us never thought about, of why those small banks who used to give us more personalized services, are disappearing, and the consequences

  • 7 home remedies to get rid of cysts

    7 home remedies to get rid of cysts

    by Cooper Women mostly face uterine fibroids and cysts, particularly during childbearing years. Generally these conditions don’t cause discomfort, although for some women, hormonal fluctuations can cause significant pain and bloating. Fibroids, which are also known as myomas, are benign non cancerous tumors that grow on the uterine wall. Ovarian cysts, including polycystic ovary syndrome, are fluid-filled cysts

  • Forum promotes ways to stop AIDS infection

    Forum promotes ways to stop AIDS infection

    by Fernando A. Torres Meeting at the World Affairs Council in San Francisco on Oct. 31, leaders and public health experts warned this week that despite the marked decrease in deaths attributed to AIDS, the numbers continue to be disturbingly high in the African-American and Latino communities in relation to unprotected sexual conduct. The experts

  • Time for a vigilante celebration in Venezuela

    Time for a vigilante celebration in Venezuela

    by Nino Pagliccia Global Research In one day, on Oct.15, Venezuela has achieved several outstanding landmarks in our region at a time when we face dangerous world conflicts and unrest. By carrying out fair elections for governors of the 23 states, Venezuela has shown that people value the opportunity to participate in decision-making even under hard

  • Day of the Dead in  Mexico, but life must go on

    Day of the Dead in Mexico, but life must go on

    por Orlando Oramas Leon Mexicans celebrate on Oct. 31 through Nov. 2 the Day of the Dead, one of the oldest and most representative traditions in this country. Also in Colombia. Woman Kneeling by Gravestone on Dia de los Muertos. Ecuador. Dia de Los Muertos in San Pablo del Lago, Ecuador, El Salvador, Haiti, Nicaragua,

  • Oakland ballet company presents Luna Mexicana

    Oakland ballet company presents Luna Mexicana

    Compiled by the El Reportero’s staff After making a successful debut last season, the Oakland Ballet Company announces the return of Luna Mexicana, a Mexican Day of the Dead celebration, appropriate for the whole family. The one-hour program includes a cast of five dancers and five dancers, with a festive choreography by Artistic Director Graham