Sunday - Sep 23, 2018
  • Salma Hayek flying high with film company

    by Tracie Morales

    Salma HayekSalma Hayek

    LATINA POWERHOUSE:

    Academy Award nominee Salma Hayek will head Ventanazul, a film company devoted to bringing Latino-themed works to the screen. She will partner with Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Inc., and serve as the company’s president and CEO.

  • Immigrants and labor rights groups to march for unconditional amnesty

    Compiled by Elisabeth Pinio

    Fiona MaFiona Ma

    San Francisco community leaders and Immigrant and Workers Rights groups announced a March for Unconditional Amnesty on May 1 in San Francisco. The March will take place at Mission Cultural Center at 2 p.m. Organizers invite all immigrants and San Franciscans to participate in this event.

  • Uribe tries to defend himself

    by the El Reportero wire services

    Álvaro UribeÁlvaro Uribe

    COLOMBIA: On 19 April President Alvaro Uribe acknowledged on national TV that Colombia’s standing in the international community was being affected by the wave of accusations against him and his family.

  • Berkeley Public Library honors César Chávez legacy

    ­by Desirée Aquino

    Beginning March 21, the Berkeley Public Library will host a poster exhibition related to the Commemorative Period each year that honors the legacy of César Chavez. The display is in the flat display cases on the second floor of the Central Library at 2090 Kittredge St. at Shattuck in downtown. The exhibit runs to April 23.

  • S.F. will double police presence in housing authority sites

    by Desirée Aquino

    San Francisco Mayor Gavin Newsom ann­ounced on March 6 the city’s intentions to double the number of housing authority sites that receive community policing patrols. He also introduced three criminal justice measures to reduce crime and violence including enforcement of federal trespassing on housing authority property, social services and an advisory committee for housing authority sites.