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Join the LatinBayArea Team!

Join the LatinBayArea Team! Bay Area, CA. You like checking out LatinBayArea.com, help others share the joy. We have openings in our Sales departments and looking to fill the following positions: – Account Executive – Our website has an immediate opening for a sales account executive. Does working for the only independent, locally owned Latino-weekly […]

[fundraiser] Kulcha Latino for RAICES – First Friday Oakland

First Fridays at 9 PM – 2 AM 1255 7th Street, Oakland, California 94607 About fundraiser: Join the fight to raise money to help separated families, detained families, unaccompanied minors, and others who are seeking asylum in the United States. Although we know it’s gonna take a whole lot more than money to truly change […]

LAS PETENERAS! Veracruz music + dance concert // SF

Experience a 14 person cast of primarily Bay Area female artists, son jarocho musicians and cultural leaders, including special guests from Mexico! For this culminating event, La Peña and Brava join forces to present a one-of-a-kind music and dance concert featuring a cast of primarily Bay Area female artists, son jarocho musicians and cultural leaders. […]

2019 Festival Guelaguetza // San Jose

Disfruta de la maxima fiesta Oaxaquena y vive un dia maravilloso y colorido con toda la familia! Sunday at 11 AM – 5 PM 2542 Monterey Rd, San Jose, CA 95111. See below: parking map, tickets, flyers, video and photos!   About: #Guelaguetza is a historic celebration that will be woven on to the minds […]

LAS PETENERAS! Veracruz music + dance concert // SF

Experience a 14 person cast of primarily Bay Area female artists, son jarocho musicians and cultural leaders, including special guests from Mexico! For this culminating event, La Peña and Brava join forces to present a one-of-a-kind music and dance concert featuring a cast of primarily Bay Area female artists, son jarocho musicians and cultural leaders. […]

Farmworker Reality Tour // Watsonville

Public · Hosted by Center for Farmworker Families Sunday at 3 PM – 7 PM Location: Details will Be sent on Receipt Watsonville, California 95019 About: The state of California is responsible for producing 1/3 of the nation’s vegetables and nearly 2/3 of the nation’s fruits and nuts; including 90% of the strawberries grown in […]

[free] art exhibition: The Mexican Masks // Berkeley

May 13 – June 13, 2019. Mondays – Thursdays, 12:00 – 4:00 pm The Center for Latin American Studies 2334 Bowditch Street, Berkeley, CA 94720. The Center for Latin American Studies and The Mexican Museum present Museo Sin Muros (Museum Without Walls): The Mexican Masks. Among the cultures of pre-Columbian Mesoamerica, masks played a metaphysical […]

[theatre] Oedipus el Rey by Luis Alfaro // SF

Update! Get $5 discount tickets here! After 10 years, this award winning Latino play is back to Bay Area! (see interview below). MAY 29 – JUNE 23rd. Tuesdays at 7:00 p.m., Wednesdays – Saturdays at 8:00 p.m. and Sundasy at 2:30 p.m. Magic Theatre (Fort Mason, 2 Marina Blvd., Building D, 3rd Floor, San Francisco, […]

[theatre] We Have Iré by Paul S. Flores // SF

Experience Cuban culture in 7 amazing shows! Live Latin jazz and timba beats, dance plus spoken word in a “docu theater” telling the true success stories of four Afro-Cuban immigrant artists in the Bay Area! A new and timely multidisciplinary bilingual performance celebrating the lives of Afro-Cuban artists in the United States, featuring Grammy-nominated artist […]

2019 Annual Gala Celebrating Philanthropy con Sabor Latino // SF

See below photos from Friday’s Gala event! May 17, 2019 | San Francisco Fairmont Hotel | 5:30 PM – 12midnight. 950 Mason Street, San Francisco CA, 94108 Join us for an unforgettable evening as we Celebrate the joy of giving con sabor Latino! We will be honoring legends and celebrating the power of culture and […]

2019 Cinco de Mayo events in Bay Area

The 2019 Cinco de Mayo falls this weekend! See many festivals, concerts, and community events filled with art, food, and music for your family and friends. May 5th is celebrated because of Mexican pride and hope. It showed the mighty French war machine was not invulnerable, and that determination and courage were powerful weapons. Read […]

Sister Norma Pimental (’60 Minutes TV’) visits Bay Area for Border Support

We’re very honored to interview Sister Norma Seni Pimentel at “A Bridge Among Walls: Update from the Border”. Please see video below. The event was at held Sunday, April 28th at Our Lady of Angels (OLA) in Burlingame, CA. Image credit: Sister Norma with ABCTV7 Lily Pena. Here’s why she is special! She appeared in […]