[fundraiser Nicaragua] Luis Enrique Mejía Godoy // San Francisco

Luis Enrique Mejía Godoy en San Francisco, California Saturday at 3 PM – 7 PM. Hotel Kabuki 1625 Post Street, San Francisco, California 94115. Video:   About: Benefit Concert “Canto de Amor por Nicaragua” with Luis Enrique Mejia Godoy in San Francisco, California. This is a benefit concert for the victims in Nicaragua. The funds […]

Days 2+3: San Jose Jazz Summer Fest [pics/videos]

Bay Area’s largest + most elegant music festival is 3-days + 3 nights + 12 stages. 20 amazing Latino bands performed live on 2 stages: SALSA and LATINO. See photos and videos below! 29TH ANNUAL SAN JOSE JAZZ SUMMER FEST Friday, August 10 – Sunday, August 12, 2018 Plaza de César Chávez Park, Downtown San […]

Day 1: San Jose Jazz Summer Fest [pics/videos]

What an amazing first day! See fun photos and video from Day 1. The 3-day weekend San Jose jazz festival started Friday afternoon with ‘Confunkshun’, giving an amazing show in 80 degree outdoor weather. Friday’s evening ended with an opening party featuring ‘Latin Heat’ at the gorgeous ‘Glasshouse’, comfortably 2 blocks away. See all photos […]

Latino Concerts and Shows in Bay Area

Experience Biggest Latino events in Bay Area! Enjoy Latin America’s beautiful music! From Tropical and Caribbean, Reggaeton to Mexican, plus Rock and Latino Pop. See amazing shows for your familia and amigos that bring musica for your soul. 18 shows this week! * please let images fully load to see all events. * last update: […]

[exhibit] Mascara Vs Cabellera + California Lucha Libre // SF

Friday, August 10 at 6:30 PM – 9:30 PM Mission Cultural Center for Latino Arts 2868 Mission St, San Francisco, California 94110 About: Side by side these two exhibits highlight the unique genre of Lucha Libre (freestyle Mexican wrestling). 1. In Mascaras vs Cabellera, Miguel Valverde, Romeo Saadi. Gala Lutteroth, Rosalio Vera, Raúl Ramirez, Gonzalo […]

[exhibit] Comida es Medicina @ Galeria de la Raza // SF

Saturday at 6 PM – 9 PM Galeria de la Raza 2857 24th St, San Francisco, California 94110 Comida es Medicina considers the topic of food justice from Latinx, Chicanx, Central American, indigenous, and immigrant perspectives. This group exhibition contests white supremacy by uplifting the knowledge, traditions, and practices of immigrant and indigenous members of […]

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2018 El Salvador festivals in Bay Area

Que viva El Salvador! Celebrations have begun all over the Bay Area. Below is a list of Bay Area’s biggest events for El Salvador. El Salvador’s independence happens next month on September 15th. August   Decimo Festival Dia del Salvadoreño // Oakland   September El Festival Gastronomico Salvadoreno // San Rafael Alvaro Torres @ Festival […]

Attorney General Xavier Becerra visits Bay Area

See photos + video of his first Bay Area reception from August 2nd, 2018. Attorney General Xavier Becerra, Incumbent and Democrat Candidate for State of California Attorney General. Xavier Becerra is the 33rd Attorney General of California, and the first Latino to hold the office in state history. He has a long track record in […]

[lecture] Frida Kahlo Herstory // SF

Saturday at 5:30 PM – 8:30 PM Mission Cultural Center for Latino Arts 2868 Mission St, San Francisco, California 94110 Frida Kahlo Herstory // @ Theater // $10 Frida Kahlo: Wings to Fly/Alas para volar is an interactive and interdisciplinary lecture in which Dr. Gloria Arjona addresses the life and work of Mexican artist Frida […]

[free] Dia del Salvadoreño: Decimo Festival // Oakland

August 4th, 11am-6pm, FREE ADMISSION. Centro Educativo Cesar Chavez 2825 International Blvd, Oakland, CA 94601 Acompáñanos el 4 de agosto en el Decimo Festival Dia del Salvadoreño. Estaremos apoyando a nuestros hermanos y hermanas del programa TPS y a las familias inmigrantes que estan siendo separadas por la campaña antiinmigrante de la administracion Trump.   […]

[video] SEPARATED – Children at the Border // PBS TV

Finally, some answers will be revealed! It’s must-watch TV, tonight at 10pm on PBS. What’s happened to the more than 2,000 families who were separated after crossing the U.S. border unlawfully earlier this year? And how did the Trump administration’s “zero tolerance” policy come to be?     About: FRONTLINE has been investigating the treatment […]