2018

Pacific Mambo Orchestra @ Yoshis // Oakland

PMO Pacific Mambo Orchestra comes to YOSHI’S in Oakland for Thursday & Friday! Hurry, 2 shows are already sold out! 2014 GRAMMY® Winner the Pacific Mambo Orchestra (a.k.a. the PMO) is a 20 piece, San Francisco based musical group leading the rebirth of the Latin Big band Sound. The PMO uses the traditions of the […]

Under $100 Holiday shopping deals [photos]

The best prices are now after Christmas. See below some of our favorites!   Swiss-made watch by VICTORINOX only $99 at TJMAXX! [image above]. These watches are high-quality and priced $750 at Macy’s. Forget about Fashion-jewelry watches like Michael Kors, which are made in China! Here’s your chance to own a high-quality Swiss watch only […]

Best food spots in Union Square SF [photos]

Here’s best munchies for your Holiday shopping in Union Square. If you’re gonna eat at Union Square, Tad’s Steak is definitely the best! The other great spot is King of Noodle!   Tad’s Steak:   King of Thai Noodle:   Union Square: While you’re hanging out, explore the Holiday events and decoration.  

Bacanal Para Ayudar: Nicaraguan Refugee Fundraiser // SF

December 29th at 2 PM – 7 PM Impact Hub San Francisco 1885 Mission St, San Francisco, California 94103 About: BACANAL PARA AYUDAR Fundraiser for Nicaraguan Refugees in Costa Rica. Performances by: DEUCE ECLIPSE (Bang Data) LA GENTE SF JASMINE FUEGO DANZAS POR NICARAGUA DJ’s WONWAY POSIBUL (Latin Soul Brothers) MR. LUCKY (Sazon Libre) JUAN […]

Save money! 70 inch TV for $1,000

Get a 70 inch high-quality TV for $1000! Sony XBR-70X830F, $1,600 LG 70UK6570PUB, $1,000   When it comes to the jumbo-sized TVs in our ratings, it was a toss-up between the Sony XBR-70X830F and the LG 70UK6570PUB, which had nearly identical scores. Both had excellent high-def picture quality, very good UHD performance, and comparable viewing-angle […]

Tamal or Tamale? ~ What’s the Singular Form of Tamales

Tamal versus tamale. Excerpt LATaco It’s the argument that always comes up around this time of the year across the country as we all get ready to eat our body’s worth — at least — of tamales. And it turns out that your stance on the way to properly address a singular form of tamales […]

$20 Amazon Fire Stick

Here’s the cheapest way to Netflix + Chill! This device is a smarter alternative than the Apple TV which is priced over $100. Here’s how to easily experience on your large TV set – all your video apps that you like to use – on your cellphone!   Video:   Where to buy? Amazon now […]

Best Tequilas for 2018

Here’s our favorite way of celebrating Life’s best moments! It’s time to experience only the best, save money, and see new tequilas. See below for all the new winners. Below, you’ll find the 2018 awards for Silver, Reposado, Anejo and Extra Anejo tequilas. Tip: Don’t buy Patron. It’s garbage, own by Paul Mitchell, and has […]

2018 Latino New Year’s Eve in Bay Area

It’s amazing we’ll celebrate 2018 NYE on a Monday night! Enjoy 4 DAYS OFF from Saturday to Tuesday! Ready for big New Year’s Eve night? Below you’ll find hottest Latino parties in Bay Area! We’ve posted events for the areas of San Francisco, San Jose, East Bay, Peninsula and Napa. Let’s say adios to 2018 […]

Bethlehem 2016

Bethlehem A.D. Santa Clara 2018

FREE to the public, Bethlehem A.D. is each year on December 21, 22, and 23 from 6-9:30pm. See video below! Bethlehem A.D. 1305 Middlefield Rd, Redwood City, California 94063. Come visit this outdoor, interactive, living Nativity in downtown Redwood City. Fun for children and adults, this is an event you will not want to miss! […]

“Entre Villancicos y Onomastíkos” // San Jose

Solo un día para el tan esperado estreno. No te lo puedes perder! 4 Dates · Dec 20 – Dec 23 Diciembre 20-21-22 8:00pm Diciembre 23 2:00pm School of Arts & Culture @MHP 1700 Alum Rock Ave, San Jose, California 95116. Video: About: Es tiempo de celebrar y estar juntos, dejemos que la risa una […]

‘Frida Kahlo Way’ is new street in San Francisco!

Last Friday, the Diego Rivera Theatre at City College of San Francisco, city officials gathered with students and faculty to celebrate the unveiling of Frida Kahlo Way. “She’s a powerful, queer woman of color at a time in Mexico where there weren’t really big female names in the art scene,” said Associated Student Council Vice […]