Tuesday - Oct 23, 2018

Unusual Standards music concert


Compiled by the El Reportero staff

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An unforgettable, outside the box concert of funky Afro-Caribbean tinged jazz “standards” with more unusual turns and surprises than a roller coaster, as we deconstruct the standard and reconstruct the familiar.

This world-class team of supreme vocalists are among the most adventurous anywhere.

Featuring The John Santos Sextet: Melecio Magdaluyo, Dr. John Calloway, Saul Sierra Marco Diaz, David Flores. With special guests: Faye Carol, Kenny Washington, Kellye Gray and Destani Wolf.

On Sunday, March 2, 2014, at 4 p.m., at the gorgeous new SFJAZZ Center at 201 Franklin at Fell St., San Francisco. http://www.sfjazz.org. 866-920-5299.

Get on the bus to Sacramento! Defend Community Colleges!

The Save CCSF Coalition is organizing for the annual March on March 3 that brings students, faculty and community to the state capital to let our elected officials know that education is a right and should be accessible to all.

If you would like to ride the bus to Sacramento, fill out the at tached form: https://docs.google.com/form/d/1_q1tsRv2RvYRfOsLQ6RbNoas5FQaZUAaeAqhDpVrqBc/viewform.

Monday, March 3, 2014. Contact Nancy Reiko Kato at nrkato@rocketmail.com or 415.994.5785 for more info or to get involved. www.saveccsf.org or info@saveccsf.org.

Pretty in Ink: North American Women Cartoonists 1896-2013

While the general public is all too familiar with superheroes such as Superman, Spiderman, Batman and others, lesser known is how many women drew comics in the early 20th century. While many of these talented women, like Nell Brinkley, were the superstars of their day, they’ve fallen into relative obscurity.

Through photos, letters, original artwork, toys, comic books and other ephemera, this exhibition showcases women cartoonists from the late 19th century to the present, including the first prewoman comic strip artist, Rose O’Neill, and her comic The Old Subscriber Calls, in Truth Magazine in 1896.

At the San Francisco Main Library, Fourth Floor, 100 Larkin Street, on March 8 – June 5, 2014.

Cine + Latino Film Fest presents 7 Boxes film

7 Boxes (7 Cajas) was an official selection in the last edition of the CMSF Latino Film Fest back in September. It is having its theatrical release this month across the United States and making a stop in San Francisco at the Roxie Theater. We’ll have a meet-up on March 5th. CMSF followers get a $1 off admission buying tickets online or at the door. Scroll down for additional details.

Join us for a drink & film viewing! Meet up at Dalva Bar next door from the Roxie at 5:30 p.m. Film starts at 7 p.m. No host bar.

7 Cajas / 7 Boxes starts Friday February 28- thru March 6th at the Roxie Theater 3117 16th Street (Between Valencia & Guerreo). The discount code is ‘CineMas’ – online or at the door March 5th 7pm screening.

In Spanish & Guainformaciónrani with English subtitles. 100 mins.

Abrazos de San Pancho: the San Francisco Nicaragua Solidarity Movement film

An exciting documentary about the Nicaraguan Revolution and the San Francisco based Nicaragua Solidarity Movement that was part of from the 70s to 1990.

You are invited to the first showing of our trailer for “Abrazos de San Pancho: the San Francisco Nicaragua Solidarity Movement,” which will be shown along with the Bay Area premiere of the documentary “En la Casa, la Cama y la Calle” (in the Home, the Bed and the Streets), and will feature San Francisco Poet Laureate, Professor, and Activist Alejandro Murguia.

Join us for a great evening. Check out all the details below.

On Thursday, March 20, from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m., at the Eric Quesada Community Center- 518 Valencia St (near 16th St.)

There will be wine, food, poetry, music and networking. Cash, checkes and credit card donations welcome at the door or online at www.mamasclinic.org.