Wednesday - Sep 19, 2018
  • Adrián Aréas brings his best performance to Berkeley

    Adrián Aréas brings his best performance to Berkeley

    Compiled by the El Reportero’s staff The Adrian Areas Latin Jazz Ensemble will be bringing his percussion talent to delight his audience this coming Friday, June 8 at 7 p.m. @ Art House Gallery & Cultural Center in Berkeley. He is the oldest son of the best ever timbales player, Chepito Aréas, who together with

  • Yucatán restaurant wins international recognition for design

    Yucatán restaurant wins international recognition for design

    by the El Reportero’s news services Ixi’im Restaurant in Chocholá was selected for the Prix Versailles award A restaurant in Yucatán has been crowned best designed in the world in a prestigious international architecture competition. Ixi’im Restaurant, located about 40 kilometers southwest of Mérida in the municipality of Chocholá, beat out all other contenders in

  • Nearly 6,000 people died in Puerto Rico — 70 times official count

    Nearly 6,000 people died in Puerto Rico — 70 times official count

    A study published in The New England Journal of Medicine estimates that nearly 6,000 people died in Puerto Rico after Hurricane Maria   by Jessica Corbett   A study published Tuesday in The New England Journal of Medicine estimates that nearly 6,000 people died in Puerto Rico after Hurricane María, with a survey indicating the mortality rate is likely more

  • Two huge vaccine scandals the press is ignoring

    Two huge vaccine scandals the press is ignoring

    by Jon Rappoport Some lies are so big, many people can’t accept the fact that they’re lies. Their minds are boggled. “No,” they say, “that couldn’t be.” But yes, that could be, and is. Two giant vaccine scandals are in progress at the moment. The mainstream press is mentioning them, here and there, but without

  • San Francisco Carnival Grand Parade

    San Francisco Carnival Grand Parade

    Compiled by the El Reportero’s staff Watch a brilliant procession of contingents, most of which will feature beautifully adorned floats depicting rich multicultural themes and featuring performers who engage and entertain the crowds. Brazilian-style “escola” samba schools with up to 300 members dance through the streets in fantastic feathered headdresses or sweeping Bahia skirts, while

  • Mexicans screen four films at Cannes

    Mexicans screen four films at Cannes

    An opportunity for young filmmakers to screen their first or second feature or short film by the El Reportero’s news services Four short films from Mexico screened today as part of the Cannes Film Festival Critics’ Week thanks to a partnership with the Morelia International Film Festival (FICM). The films featured were Lo que no se

  • Turmeric is an ideal drug alternative for treating Type 2

    Turmeric is an ideal drug alternative for treating Type 2

    by Isabelle Z. If you’re diabetic, you’ve probably had it hammered into your head already that you need to eat a low-glycemic diet and exercise regularly, but there is one very powerful tool that can help you in this fight that doesn’t get nearly as much attention: turmeric. This root, which comes from the same

  • NAFTA deal unlikely this week, says economy minister

    NAFTA deal unlikely this week, says economy minister

    ‘It is not easy, we don’t think we will have it by Thursday’ by Mexico News Daily Reaching an updated NAFTA deal before Thursday’s deadline is looking unlikely, Economy Secretary Ildefonso Guajardo said today. United States House Speaker Paul Ryan set the cut-off date last Wednesday amid some optimism that Mexico, the U.S. and Canada

  • AMLO’s win could be a landslide with congressional majority

    AMLO’s win could be a landslide with congressional majority

    A new poll gives AMLO’s party 41 percent support in the 500-seat lower-house contest by Mexico News Daily Presidential candidate Andrés Manuel López Obrador is not only on track to become Mexico’s next president but the coalition he leads could also win a majority in Congress, according to global financial company UBS. If the latter

  • Lady of Chiquilistan, Jalisco, dies

    Lady of Chiquilistan, Jalisco, dies

    by the El Reportero staff The Mexican community in the Bay Area and Southern California were in mourning when heaven opened its doors to receive the soul of Mrs. María Navarro Carvajal on April 1, 2018. She was 89 years old. Mrs. Navarro, who was originally from Chilistan, Jalisco, Mexico, was born on June 11,