Culture

[gallery] 2018 Mole Tasting Contest: Mole To Die For @ MCCLA // SF

Savor delicious home-made Mole recipes, vote for your favorite, and celebrate the winners with cash prizes and special performances. See video + photos below from the past years. The anticipated Mole Tasting Contest “Mole To Die For” came back for its annual show on November 16, 2018. MCCLA celebrates Latin American heritage through the art […]

Netflix presents ‘Latino History for Morons’ [video]

Yo heads up! Even though Latinx history month is over, we can keep celebrating ourselves with my award winning new show LH4M! In this one-man Broadway show, John Leguizamo finds humor and heartbreak as he traces 3,000 years of Latin history in an effort to help his bullied son. Class is in session on a […]

Grand Opening! ‘El Taurino VIP’ Colombian food & dancing // San Jose

Colombian Restaurant and Bar! 95 South Market Street Suite: 170 Downtown – San Jose CA Book your table at 408-6633860   Video from Friday evening!     Se prendió esta vaina!!!! #HagalePues Inauguramos este fin de semana! 16, 17 y 18 de Noviembre, 3 días de deliciosa comida colombiana, comida fusión latina, música en vivo, […]

[gallery] SF Symphony’s annual Dia Los Muertos 2018

Experience the most beautiful and elaborate Day of Dead show in Bay Area! SF Symphony 10th annual Dia Los Muertos Saturday, November 3rd, 2018. Davies Symphony Hall, 201 Van Ness Avenue, San Francisco. Join us at Davies Symphony Hall for a vibrant celebration of Latin American music and culture at our annual Day of the […]

19th Annual Latin Grammy Awards [tv]

The highly anticipated 19th Annual Latin Grammy Awards will take place this year on November 15th at 8pm on Univison TV. YouTube is sharing their predicted winners for the big night! Video:   About: YouTube has predicted winners for each category based on the global views from YouTube videos for each nominee. J.Balvin and Nicky […]

Mexican History in an Hour // Rohnert Park

Wednesday at 6 PM – 7 PM Rohnert Park Cotati Regional Library 6250 Lynne Conde Way, Rohnert Park, California 94928 In celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month, the Sonoma County Library presents an informative and interesting seminar, “Mexican History in an Hour.” The historical highlights of our neighbor to the south will be presented in an […]

6 Dia Los Muertos events in SF’s Mission District [Nov. 2nd, 2018]

SF’s Mission District offers the most ‘Day of Dead’ events of any neighborhood in Bay Area! It’s simply amazing that many of the 6 events below are in the same block, or within 1 block, of each other. Tip: Please make sure you take ride-sharing because parking will be a nightmare. Video: A beautiful altar […]

2018 Latino Halloween parties in Bay Area

BOOOOO! Check out biggest list of Latino Halloween parties in Bay Area. This year’s Halloween can be celebrated for 6 days! You can wear a costume from Friday until Tuesday, October 31st. Number of events: 20 last update: 10/31 at 4pm   Friday   La Tropi-Cal: Halloween Edition @ Il Pirata // SF Home Salsa […]

SF Symphony’s annual Dia Los Muertos 2018

Experience most beautiful and elaborate Day of Dead show in Bay Area! There are 2 events for this show, please see below. SF Symphony 10th annual Dia Los Muertos Saturday, November 3rd. Davies Symphony Hall, 201 Van Ness Avenue, San Francisco.   Video:   Photos:     Join us at Davies Symphony Hall for a […]

[gallery] 2018 Calvary Cemetery Dia de los Muertos // San Jose

See video & photos below of Bay Area’s ONLY Day of Dead annual festival on a Cemetary. Free family event with Mariachi, Folkloric, Aztec dancers, Taco trucks, arts & crafts, and amazing altars. Day of the Dead Saturday, October 27, 2018, 11 am to 4 pm. Location: Calvary Catholic Cemetery, 2650 Madden Avenue, San Jose, […]

[History] Dia De Los Muertos or Day of the Dead

It’s not the same as Halloween! While Halloween is celebrated Oct. 31, Día de los Muertos is celebrated right after. After the arrival of the Spanish, this ritual of commemorating the dead was intertwined with two Spanish holidays: Traditionally, Nov. 1 is when you welcome the souls of children that have passed away, known as […]

[exhibit] Giuseppe Dezza: Beyond the Image El Salvador, 1990-1996 // Kentfield

Although the Civil War in El Salvador (1979-1992) happened decades ago, the repercussions are still being felt today. Sponsored by the Canal Welcome Center, this exhibit of photography by Fairfax artist Giuseppe Dezza captures moments from El Salvador’s history between 1990 and 1996. This exhibit is part of College of Marin Library’s contribution to The […]