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Cabanijazz Project performs in Bay Area 2

Cabanijazz Project performs in Bay Area!

Welcome to Cabanijazz Project! Bay Area’s NEW Latino band is Amazing! Here’s why (videos + pics) they’re very special! Here’s where to go dancing! Their April schedule is posted below. CABANIJAZZ PROJECT plays original compositions by Javier Cabanillas and rearranged Classic Tunes of the 50’s, 60’s, and 70’s Salsa, including Catagious Rhythmic Styles as Boogaloo,Changui, […]

Being ñ Private Screening w/Filmmaker & Reception // San Jose

Being ñ Private Screening w/Filmmaker & Reception // San Jose

Have you ever felt like you have a foot in two worlds? Are you more Latino than American or vice versa. Do you feel less Latino because you don’t speak Spanish or not American enough because you have an accent? See video! Discount tickets! Last chance to RSVP for the Being ñ Screening & Reception […]

[exhibit] Tramas Urbanas (Urban Patterns) @ Mexican Museum // SF

[exhibit] Tramas Urbanas (Urban Patterns) @ Mexican Museum // SF

The Mexican Museum Presents Tramas Urbanas in Partnership with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Mexico and the Consulate General of Mexico in San Francisco. Exhibition showcases textural works evoking the beauty and societal risks of today’s growing urban environments Created by Torres over the last three years as part of the Sistema Nacional de Creadores […]

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Club America VS Morelia // San Jose

Laat sunday, Soccer fans turned violent at Avaya Stadium before big match between Mexican teams: Club America and Monarcas Morelia. Groups supporting two hugely popular teams from Mexico threw rocks and bottles at each other before the game. Excerpt Mercury news Club America fans are talked to by security and San Jose Police before soccer […]

Frida Kahlo: Entre el Dolor y El Placer [Festival and Film] // SF 25

Family Day @ El Teatro Campesino // San Juan Bautista

Join us for the first ever Teatro Family Day! Proceeds from the day’s events will go to help support El Teatro Campesino educational programming in San Benito County. Family friendly indoor and outdoor activities begin at 2pm on Saturday, March 25th. El Teatro Campesino 705 4th St, San Juan Bautista, California 95045, CA United States […]

Opening reception! 2017 Solo Mujeres exhibit @ MCCLA // SF 1

(Exhibit) Solo Mujeres @ MCCLA // SF

We find ourselves in a precarious time, when the most vulnerable in our community are in danger. It is at times like these that artists lead us in resistance and remind us of the strength and resiliency of our community. The 30th anniversary of Solo Mujeres at the Mission Cultural Center marks a time to […]

The US’ Largest Latino Art Collection Will Debut in SF With a Frida Kahlo Exhibit

The US’ Largest Latino Art Collection Will Debut in SF With a Frida Kahlo Exhibit

In 1975, Mexican-American artist Peter Rodriguez founded The Mexican Museum, San Francisco’s first museum dedicated to Latino art. Excerpt Remezcla Since then, it’s acquired more than 16,000 Mexican and Latino works of art – ranging from pre-Columbian to contemporary – which makes it the United States’ largest collection of Mexican and Latino art. Today, the museum celebrated its […]

Border Patrol causes very cruel Mexican Teen Death

Border Patrol causes cruel Mexican Teen Death: Family receives $1 Million

These 2 Border Patrol officers are still working … after a very cruel Teenager death! Acevedo’s death prompted an internal affairs investigation, but neither officer was disciplined. When asked about the internal affairs investigation, a Customs and Border Protection spokeswoman said no further comment. U.S. border officers told a Mexican teen to drink liquid meth. […]

[Exhibit] Échame Aguas @ Galería de la Raza // SF

[Exhibit] Échame Aguas @ Galería de la Raza // SF

Galería de la Raza presents Échame Aguas, an exhibition that centers water as the source of all life. Free and Open to the public. Exhibition Dates: March 11th-April 30th, 2017 We examine water through various lenses, as it connects to the political, spiritual and physical realms within our society. We use the phrase “échame aguas” […]

Enrique Iglesias and Pitbull concert // San Jose

Enrique Iglesias + Pitbull concert // San Jose

Get your @EnriqueIglesias / @Pitbull presale tickets Wednesday 10am thru Thursday 10pm before Friday’s general public on sale! Log on to Ticketmaster.com and use password FIRE or MAGIC. ENRIQUE IGLESIAS & PITBULL with CNCO Friday, June 9. Doors 6:30 PM / Show 7:30 PM SAP Center at San Jose Reserved Seats: $149.95, $129.95, $99.95, $79.95, […]

Viva La Mujér! MEChA de SJCC // San Jose 1

Viva La Mujér! MEChA de SJCC // San Jose

In honor of Women’s Month there will be a panel discussion hosted by MEChA de SJCC on March 23rd 12pm-2pm Don’t miss it! GREAT WOMEN EMPOWERMENT AND FREE FOOD! In the Student Center SC204 Room 204 we are hosting this event in honor of Women’s month. Our event is a Women’s empowerment panel discussion featuring: […]

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Disney’s Dia de Muertos Movie ‘Coco’ Is Finally Here!

This week Disney/Pixar released the trailer for COCO, which will hit theaters in November. The trailer looks gorgeous and we are hoping that the addition of Lalo Alcaraz to the film’s creative staff had something to do with it. Because we know that Lalo was right in slamming Disney for trademarking the Day of the […]