Sunday - Jan 17, 2021
  • San Francisco Symphony – from hall to home

    San Francisco Symphony – from hall to home

    Community Events: Día de los Muertos and Deck the Hall   by the El Reportero‘s news services   The San Francisco Symphony’s family-friendly Día de los Muertos and Deck the Hall concerts and festivities—annual traditions at Davies Symphony Hall—will be celebrated virtually this season, streaming for free at sfsymphony.org and broadcasting on both NBC Bay

  • The worst “miscalculation” in human history?

    The worst “miscalculation” in human history?

    NOTE FRO THE EDITOR   Dear readers:   The following is an article by investigative journalist James Corbett, a phenomenal reporter who every issue he addresses is written from the very heart of the matter. This week he will show you what no other media is capable of doing: not only criticizing and denying the

  • Medicinal plants: The survival uses of eucalyptus

    Medicinal plants: The survival uses of eucalyptus

    by Virgilio Marin   October 21, 2020 -Eucalyptus is a fast-growing tree that’s native to Australia. It has a distinct chemical makeup that lends itself to several medicinal and household uses. Its antiseptic, antifungal and anti-inflammatory effects stem mostly from the compound eucalyptol, a common ingredient in mouthwash and cough suppressant. There are more than 400 hundred

  • Chihuahua urges closing border to nonessential traffic to curb Covid cases

    Chihuahua urges closing border to nonessential traffic to curb Covid cases

    It’s supposed to be closed but US citizens have no problem entering Mexico by the El Reportero‘s wire services   In the wake of a sharp increase in Covid-19 cases that is now overwhelming the state’s hospitals, the Chihuahua Congress has asked the Ministry of Foreign Affairs to enforce an agreement that is supposed to

  • ‘This is a monumental case’: Dept. of Justice files anti-trust lawsuit against Google

    ‘This is a monumental case’: Dept. of Justice files anti-trust lawsuit against Google

    The lawsuit, filed only this morning, states that ‘Google has willfully maintained and abused its monopoly power in general search services through anticompetitive and exclusionary distribution agreements’   by Michael Haynes   The lawsuit, filed only this morning, states that ‘Google has willfully maintained and abused its monopoly power in general search services through anticompetitive and exclusionary distribution agreements.’ WASHINGTON D.C,

  • Vote-by-mail fail: When a ballot arrives that isn’t for you

    Vote-by-mail fail: When a ballot arrives that isn’t for you

    by Ben Christopher   When the ballots arrived in Susan Lambert’s mailbox earlier this week, everyone in the house was accounted for. There was one for her, one for her husband, and two for her adult step-sons. And then there was the one for George. Lambert, a playwright, producer and writer who lives in Pasadena,

  • Storytime: Sweet Stories for Families

    Storytime: Sweet Stories for Families

    Compiled by the El Reportero’s news service   Bilingual español/English stories and songs for children and their families. Tune in on the Library’s Facebook page: www.facebook.com/sfpl.org Tip: You do not need a Facebook account to view a presentation when using the link, you can close any pop-up windows. ¡VIVA! Latino Heritage Month ¡VIVA! at the

  • At SFPL stories and songs for children and their families

    At SFPL stories and songs for children and their families

    Compiled by the El Reportero’s news service   ¡VIVA! Continues with Author Talks for All Ages   In October, the Library hosts author Aida Salazar in conversation with Natalia Sylvester. Salazar is an award-winning author and arts activist whose writings for adults and children explore issues of identity and social justice. Her newest title, Land

  • The De Young Museum reopens since its closure due to the pandemic

    The De Young Museum reopens since its closure due to the pandemic

    Compiled by the El Reportero‘s staff   In celebration of the de Young museum’s 125th anniversary, the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco are hosting The de Young Open, a juried community art exhibition welcoming submissions by artists from the nine Bay Area counties. Together painting a picture of an extraordinary time in recent human