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7.1 Earthquake near Mexico City

7.1 Earthquake near Mexico City

Update: 104 have died in Mexico City, Morelos and Puebla 4:15pm; Sept 19, 2017 Powerful Earthquake Shakes Mexico On 32nd Anniversary Of Deadly Temblor Thirty-two years to the day after an earthquake killed thousands of people in Mexico, a powerful quake roiled the country’s capital city Tuesday. Buildings shivered in Mexico City, shattering facades and […]

2017 Cine+Mas San Francisco Latino Film Festival. 1

2017 Cine+Mas San Francisco Latino Film Festival.

The Cine+Mas SF Latino Film Festival runs from September 15-30 showcasing some of the best indie films from the US and Latin America Meet visiting filmmakers and other film lovers at the screenings or the after-parties. See below for complete schedule! Cine+Mas SF celebrates its 9th year of the San Francisco Latino Film Festival, opening […]

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$1 Million Fund Announced to Help DREAMers Renew DACA by October 5

Mission Asset Fund (MAF) announced it will provide $1,000,000 in scholarships to 2,000+ Dreamers to pay for DACA renewals by the October 5 deadline. Last week, the Trump administration announced that the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) Program is ending. DACA has provided security, safety, and a livelihood for 800,000 young people commonly known […]

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Canelo vs. GGG: Bay Area spots to watch fight

One judge was fixed! Here’s the only truthful person speaking about the fight! (Scorecards). Adalaide Byrd favoring Alvarez 118-110, Dave Moretti taking Golovkin 115-113 and Don Trella calling it even 114-114. However, our score card agrees with Yahoo Sports. They had it 115-113 for Golovkin. Video 1:   However, here’s what Roy Jones Jr. said […]

2017 Summer Festivals in Bay Area

2017 Bay Area Festivals celebrating Latino Independence

Join the celebrations as we commemorate the history, culture and traditions of our Latin American countries. National Latino Heritage Month (September 15 to October 15) is when we recognize the contributions made and the important presence of Hispanic and Latino Americans to the United States. Its roots go back to 1968, beginning on September 15, […]

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Latino Public Broadcasting (LPB) presents 6 new films for Hispanic Heritage month

Latino Public Broadcasting (LPB) will present six new films for Hispanic Heritage month! Films explore Mexico’s ‘son jarocho’ musical tradition, an American filmmaker’s complex Bolivian heritage, the death of an American journalist in Oaxaca, the 1992 L.A. riots, immigrant carnival workers, and more.   STARTING SEPT 20TH, six new films from Latino Public Broadcasting (LPB) […]

Mexican Independence Day 2016: Facts, Traditions, History And Events To Celebrate El Grito 2

Mexican Independence Day! Facts, Traditions, History And El Grito

A lot of people confuse Cinco de Mayo with Mexican Independence Day, but the real Mexican Independence Day, or El Grito, is Friday! Mexicans will join together to celebrate the day Miguel Hidalgo y Costilla – known as the father of Mexican independence – launched the revolution that led to Spain’s departure from Mexico. Join […]

Bay Area's best Latino Heritage events

2017 Bay Area Latino Independence events

Join the celebrations as we commemorate the history, culture and traditions of our Latin American countries. National Latino Heritage Month (September 15 to October 15) is when we recognize the contributions made and the important presence of Hispanic and Latino Americans to the United States. Its roots go back to 1968, beginning on September 15, […]

Reading of "Ask a Mexican" @ MACLA // San Jose

Reading of “Ask a Mexican” @ MACLA // San Jose

Ask a Mexican is a smart satirical response to stereotypical perceptions of Mexicans specifically and Latinos in general with music by Daniel Valdez of the seminal Chicano/Latino theater family Playwright Anthony Garcia adapts Gustavo Arrelano’s political column Ask A Mexican to the stage. Experience an exclusive first reading of a new play in development by playwright Anthony J. Garcia in collaboration with Ask a Mexican award-winning […]

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2017 El Grito in San Francisco

Video:     ¡Te esperamos este 15 de septiembre en el City Hall a las 5:30 PM! Ven a celebrar las fiestas patrias con nosotros este 15 de septiembre.  San Francisco celebra “El Grito” de Indepencia de México con un festival que realzó las raíces mexicanas en esta ciudad santuario de inmigrantes. 57th annual event […]

2017 Cine+Mas San Francisco Latino Film Festival. 1

2017 Cine+Mas San Francisco Latino Film Festival.

The Cine+Mas SF Latino Film Festival runs from September 15-30 showcasing some of the best indie films from the US and Latin America Meet visiting filmmakers and other film lovers at the screenings or the after-parties. See below for complete schedule! Cine+Mas SF celebrates its 9th year of the San Francisco Latino Film Festival, opening […]

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Berkeley Police take Juan’s money for Selling Hot Dogs without Permit

Juan, a Street Vendor in Berkeley, Gets His Money Taken Away by Police for Selling Hot Dogs Without Permit A series of videos posted on Twitter by @Moreno showing University of California at Berkeley police taking away the money from a hot dog vendor (named Juan) after a University of California football game has gone […]