Wednesday - Jul 17, 2019
  • Nestor Torres can seen playing at Yoshi’s

    Nestor Torres can seen playing at Yoshi’s

    Compiled by the El Reportero’s staff Standing on the shoulders of flute giants from worlds as diverse as Rampal & Galway in Classical Music; Richard Egues’ Cuban Charanga style; rocker Ian Anderson’s Jethro Tull; Herbie Mann and – most influential of all – Hubert Laws as pioneers of Jazz Flute, Latin Grammy Award winning Nestor

  • Uruguayans to enjoy originals by Pablo Picasso for the first time

    Uruguayans to enjoy originals by Pablo Picasso for the first time

    by the El Reportero’s news services Uruguayans since Friday have the possibility to appreciate first hand the creative genius of Spanish painter Pablo Picasso through 45 original works under exhibition in Montevideo up to June 30. The National Director of Culture, Sergio Mautone, expressed the importance of hosting a very powerful exhibition of original paintings

  • Omar Sosa’s Transparent Water at the Freight in SF

    Omar Sosa’s Transparent Water at the Freight in SF

    Compiled by the El Reportero’s staff The genius of Omar Sosa and his amazing trio as part of the RAICES series at the Freight! Omar blurs the lines between the magical and the musical! He is constantly creating, innovating and evolving. If you’ve seen him before, you know, if not, do yourself a favor –

  • Filmmaker Del Toro will create International Animation Center Mexico

    Filmmaker Del Toro will create International Animation Center Mexico

    by the El Reportero’s news services Mexican filmmaker Guillermo del Toro announced the creation of the International Animation Center in the city of Guadalajara, in order to take advantage of the existing talent in the country. During a conference at the 34th edition of the Guadalajara International Film Festival (FICG), he said on Suday that

  • The Border Collective presents their second Pop Up Exhibit

    The Border Collective presents their second Pop Up Exhibit

    Compiled by the El Reportero’s staff In honor of Women’s History Month, The Border Collective, a group of Mexican female artists and makers will share their beautiful work in San Francisco. There will be fun sips, snacks, incredible art and a live performance by Latin Pop Duo IndiviDúo, a cross-continental collaboration between San Francisco-born songstress

  • Indigenous woman wins Nayarit beauty pageant for the first time

    Indigenous woman wins Nayarit beauty pageant for the first time

    The Wixárika college student will be queen of the Nayarit state fair by the El Reportero’s news services An indigenous woman has won the contest to be the queen of the Nayarit State Fair for the first time. Yukaima González, 18, from a Wixárika community in the mountainous municipality of Guadalupe Ocotán, is a second-year

  • In Oaxaca, ‘Yalitza effect’ triggers move to revitalize Oaxacan culture

    In Oaxaca, ‘Yalitza effect’ triggers move to revitalize Oaxacan culture

    Indigenous art, culture and domestic workers’ rights get new attention in the state by the El Reportero’s news servicesW Oscar-nominated actress Yalitza Aparicio is an international agent of change, according to the governor of Oaxaca, where her fame is prompting authorities to act. The success of the 25-year-old Mixtec star of Alfonso Cuarón’s film Roma

  • Tribute to one of the greatest Mexican singers

    Tribute to one of the greatest Mexican singers

    Compiled by the El Reportero’s staff Tribute to Juan Gabriell with Carlos Daniels in “Todo y Mi Tristeza Tour” accompanied by the Full Mariachi Band on Friday, March 1, at 8 p.m., at Club Roccapulco, 3140 Mission St, San Francisco. Tickets starting at $ 27.50. SF art exhibition by Antony Holdsworth and Beryl Landau Anthony