Wednesday - Sep 23, 2020
  • SF – ANNOUNCEMENTS  Next Phase of Reopening to Begin on Monday, September 14

    SF – ANNOUNCEMENTS Next Phase of Reopening to Begin on Monday, September 14

    (Photo shared from Radio.com website) Mayor London Breed, Dr. Grant Colfax, Director of Health, and Assessor-Recorder Carmen Chu, co-Chair of the City’s Economic Recovery Task Force, announced that San Francisco is moving forward with additional reopening on Monday, Sept. 14, 2020. In addition to the previously announced businesses and activities planned for mid-September, indoor personal

  • 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

  • Maria Becerra joins TINI & Lola Indigo for new music project

    Maria Becerra joins TINI & Lola Indigo for new music project

    reported by Griselda Flores Shared from Billboard   Rising Argentine singer-songwriter Maria Becerra recruited compatriot TINI and up-and-coming Spanish artist Lola Indigo for her new “High” remix. Premiering exclusively on Billboard today (Sept. 3), the eclectic, Latin trap-leaning remix finds the three leading ladies trading verses of heartbreak and despair. The minimalist and colorful music

  • Ron Paul: Coronavirus is the New ‘Terrorism’

    Ron Paul: Coronavirus is the New ‘Terrorism’

    Politicians will never resist the temptation to use crises as excuses to gain more power   by Ron Paul   House Speaker Nancy Pelosi has proposed the next multi-trillion dollar “coronavirus relief” spending bill that will support testing, tracing, treatment, isolation, and mask policies that have been part of a “national strategic plan” she has

  • The Birth of the cashless society

    The Birth of the cashless society

    NOTE FROM THE EDITOR   Dear readers:   Once in while people come to me and ask me if I know anything about bit coins – digital money. But the truth is, deep inside me, I don’t like it, because it is the way that the government will control every penny you make, and with

  • Hey, gordo, watch those M&Ms

    Hey, gordo, watch those M&Ms

    Law cracks down (again) on unhealthy snacks. New labeling rules follow ban on salt shakers, soft drink tax   by Carlisle Johnson   “Fat-shaming” is a 21st century generational word. In 2013, the United Nations, the world’s biggest NGO, crossed into the Health Maintenance Organization universe by fat-shaming the entire nation of Mexico. Naming it

  • Lawyers for ex-cartel boss ‘El Chapo’ Guzmán file appeal

    Lawyers for ex-cartel boss ‘El Chapo’ Guzmán file appeal

    Jury misconduct, isolation from his attorneys cited as grounds   by Mexico News Daily   Lawyers for Joaquín “El Chapo” Guzmán have filed a second appeal to overturn his conviction and sentence of life plus 30 years handed down last year after he was found guilty of drug trafficking, money laundering, homicide, kidnapping and other