"On Two Fronts: Latinos & Vietnam” is an illuminating documentary that examines the social and cultural circumstances that caused the American working class—and specifically the Latino community—to bear the majority of the burden during the Vietnam War.
With a show that featured lights, videos and his greatest hits, the Colombian artist Juanes, aka Juan Esteban Aristizábal Vásquez, made his San Francisco stop on his national “Loco de Amor” tour.
A new exhibition titled “Making a Scene: 50 years of Bay Area Alternative Spaces” is highlighting the roll artist-run, independent, alternative artistic spaces have played in enriching the culture of the Bay Area over the past 50 years.
Inspired by his childhood growing up in a middle-class family in Ciudad Juárez, Mexico, Ruben Polendo conceived and developed “Juárez: A Documentary Mythology” as part of a personal quest to find out what happened to the city he knew
On a trip to Cuba last month, I was struck by the great variety of 1950s cars on the road.
Galeria de la Raza’s latest exhibit, “The Q Sides,” is a play on the classic imagery of the “East Side Story” music compilations of the 1950s and ‘60s, which re-imagines the original East Side Story photographs with LGBTQI people.
Precita Eyes Muralists Association and Center is paying a special tribute to El Tecolote and some of its most respected volunteers by featuring them on a mural in the heart of the Mission District, on the side of Philz Coffee, at the corner of 24th and Folsom streets.
It’s hard to see how the darkest period in Eliana Lopez’s marriage to San Francisco Sheriff Ross Mirkarimi could be turned into a comedy, but in her new play, “Cual es el Escándalo?,” Lopez does just that that—and with great results.
The 37th annual Carnaval San Francisco is set to heat up the Mission District Memorial Day weekend with music, dance, performances, food and more.
Poet Andres Montoya was honored at a recent Galería de la Raza event.