Sunday - Jan 17, 2021
  • De Young Museum Reopens With Frida Kahlo Exhibit

    De Young Museum Reopens With Frida Kahlo Exhibit

    Compiled by the El Reportero‘s staff   The De Young Museum in Golden Gate Park has opened its doors for the first time since the COVID-19 pandemic forced its closure in March. On Tuesday, the museum welcomed back members, but will reopen to the general public starting on Friday. Ticketed reservations are required. The museum

  • Online series on the rhythmic roots of Afro-Latin music

    Online series on the rhythmic roots of Afro-Latin music

    Compiled by the El Reportero‘s staff   Santos will be taking a deep dive every Wednesday evening Sept 23-Oct 14 from 6-8 p.m into a new aspect of the rhythmic roots of Afro-Latin music including Afro-Cuban, Afro-Puerto Rican, and Afro-Brazilian forms. Each live presentation will also feature selections from Santos’ legendary collection of audio and

  • Ibero-American Culture Festival to be held in Cuba

    Ibero-American Culture Festival to be held in Cuba

    by the El Reportero‘s news services   With the participation of representatives from over 15 countries, the 26th edition of the Ibero-American Culture Festival will be held from October 24 to 28 in Holguin, Cuba. From its traditional headquarters, the Casa de Iberoamerica (House of Ibero-America), the event will meet through its different digital platforms,

  • Quino, the creator of Mafalda, dies   

    Quino, the creator of Mafalda, dies  

    The world of culture mourns the death of the artist   by the El Reportero‘s news services   Quino died, but Mafalda will be immortal. The Argentine cartoonist Joaquín Salvador Lavado, a name that said little because he was known worldwide as Quino, died this Wednesday at the age of 88 in Mendoza, his hometown,

  • Chiapas through the eyes of Akio Hanafuji, who came to paint and never left

    Chiapas through the eyes of Akio Hanafuji, who came to paint and never left

    Japanese-born artist depicts Mexico’s local cultures from a unique perspective   by Leigh Thelmadatter   Mexico captivates hundreds upon hundreds of artists from the Americas and Europe, no surprise there. But it has held a strong fascination for Japanese artists as well despite, or perhaps because of, the huge cultural differences. Akio Hanafuji is a

  • Sam Ruíz, the architect of Mission Neighborhood Centers, to retire

    Sam Ruíz, the architect of Mission Neighborhood Centers, to retire

    by Araceli Martínez   When Santiago “Sam” Ruiz announced that this year he was retiring as director and president of the Mission Neighborhood Centers organization, he said that the work of serving the Mission neighborhood in San Francisco will always be in his heart. “I feel so blessed. They pay me to make this community

  • Top 7 reasons to eat oatmeal for breakfast

    Top 7 reasons to eat oatmeal for breakfast

    by Joanne Washburn   Oats are a great breakfast option. Prepared as oatmeal, these filling and nutritious grains offer some major health benefits thanks to their fiber, protein, calcium, thiamine, iron and other essential nutrients. This incredible nutritional profile shouldn’t come as a surprise since oats are among the healthiest grains on earth. Plus, these gluten-free grains

  • Here’s a good reason to switch to the Mediterranean diet: It helps prevent cancer, says study

    Here’s a good reason to switch to the Mediterranean diet: It helps prevent cancer, says study

    by Skye Anderson   The Mediterranean diet is an eating plan that gained popularity worldwide in the 1990s. Although the very first study mentioning its health benefits was published in 1978, the Mediterranean diet didn’t attract public attention until it began featuring in books and other mainstream media as a diet that promotes weight loss.

  • New political movement seeks greater citizen participation

    New political movement seeks greater citizen participation

    ‘The citizens of Mexico must take the future in their hands:’ Sí por México   by Mexico News Daily   A new political movement opposed to the government of President López Obrador will be formally launched on Oct.s 20. Sí por México (Yes for Mexico) is committed to combatting corruption and ending polarization fostered by