Wednesday - Feb 20, 2019
  • An Interview with Oscar-Winning Director Alfonso Cuarón

    An Interview with Oscar-Winning Director Alfonso Cuarón

    With a new film on Netflix this week, the iconoclastic auteur opens up about facing his insecurities in the latest edition of The Red Bulletin – a monthly magazine produced by Red Bull Media House. by Marco Payán The Mexican film director has no fear of the unknown. Upon the release of his new film,

  • ‘We’re going to kill you’: Nicaragua’s brutal crackdown on press freedom

    ‘We’re going to kill you’: Nicaragua’s brutal crackdown on press freedom

    Journalists have been beaten, arrested, and robbed in the wake of the civil revolt that paralyzed the country earlier in the year Toby Stirling Hill in Managua MANAGUA, Nicaragua, Mon 10 Dec 2018 – Nicaraguan TV journalist Miguel Mora was driving home from work when he was pulled over by armed police. “They ordered me

  • Brain Peptides

    Brain Peptides

    by Ben Fuchs Human beings love to be stoned. Despite police and prison and pecuniary penalties, the human intoxication impulse is apparently insatiable. And, as it turns out, there’s a biochemical basis to our brain’s desires for deliriousness. In many ways human neurology is literally hardwired to be high. For example, our brains make chemicals

  • International Latino Business Award recognizes work of LIBA-TV

    International Latino Business Award recognizes work of LIBA-TV

    Compiled by the El Reportero’s staff The Third Annual Latin International Business Awards (LIBA) that recognizes Latino entrepreneurs took place in Hayward on Dec. 18, 2018. On this occasion the winners of the evening were the team of the television program LIBA-TV, whose founder, writer and film producer Vicky Contreras, spoke about this new project

  • An Interview with Oscar-Winning Director Alfonso Cuarón

    An Interview with Oscar-Winning Director Alfonso Cuarón

    With a new film on Netflix this week, the iconoclastic auteur opens up about facing his insecurities by Marco Payán The Mexican film director has no fear of the unknown. Upon the release of his new film, “Roma,” the Oscar winner shares how he overcame feelings of insecurity and why his curiosity to explore uncharted

  • The cross-border farmworker rebellion

    The cross-border farmworker rebellion

    Workers in the berry fields of the United States and Mexico have the same transnational employers. Now, farmworker unions in those two nations have begun to work together by David Bacon Surrounded by blueberry and alfalfa fields near Sumas, Washington, just a few miles from the Canadian border, a group of workers last week stood

  • Welcome to SF Carnaval New Year’s Eve party on Dec 31st

    Welcome to SF Carnaval New Year’s Eve party on Dec 31st

    Compiled by the El Reportero’s staff Experience the largest Latino NYE in Bay Area at the 4,000-person capacity newly renovated historical structure. Bring your dancing shoes, masks, costumes, cameras and celebrate this once-in-a-lifetime New Year’s Eve party with Carnaval San Francisco! The event will feature live performances by DJ Fama from Panama, DJ Bobby A,

  • Death doesn’t equal someone’s opinion about death

    Death doesn’t equal someone’s opinion about death

    by Jon Rappoport “I saw people die of HIV.” No. You saw people die. Doctors said they had HIV. “I saw people die from Ebola.” No you didn’t. You saw people die. You yourself have no idea what killed them. You can pretend you know, but you don’t. “The doctors know what kills people.” You