Carnaval in SF →
Yesterday I hopped on the bus and went to check out SF’s Carnaval festivities. I hadn’t been to the festival in a few years, so it was fun to get back into into it and see what was the same and what has changed. Despite the day’s windy blusters, lots of people were out and about. Good music on the stages and tons of vendors. My favorite vendors were the guys selling lucha libre...
Radio Ambulante is a Spanish-language radio program that brings you stories from around Latin America and the United States. The program is gaining momentum and was recently featured in San Francisco magazine. Very excited to tune in. Here in the Bay Area, KALW will carry the show. You can also subscribe to the podcast.
La muerte espera al más valiente, al más rico, al más bello. Pero los iguala al...– Carlos Fuentes November 11, 1928 – May 15, 2012
New Podcast... →
Being that I spend a lot of time alone in my art studio, I love to listen to podcasts. I have 5 or 6 favorites and have been looking for a new Spanish-language one, as Ben and Marina from Notes in Spanish seem to have stopped recording. :( Enter History of Spain, which is all in Spanish. Hope I get hooked! If anyone out there has more recommendations, do let me know.
Fave Radio →
Here in SF we have a great radio station at 89.5, KPOO. My fave programs are from Noon-4pm on Saturdays: Con Clave with Chata Gutierrez and Andanzas with Chelis Lopez. They have great music and announcements about events around the Bay.
Hay un solo niño bello en el mundo y cada madre lo tiene.– José Martí