Los Cojolites performed to a packed house Friday night. On tour all the way from Veracruz, they brought the lively music and singing style, son jarocho. Many of their songs had the audience singing along or even dancing in the aisles. It was quite a thing to hear a chorus of heels hitting the hardwood floor to the music. The excitement kept building and then the audience erupted when Los Cojolites ripped into their version of “La Bamba”, perhaps one of the most famous son jarocho songs.
Everyone is welcome to attend Food First’s monthly community meeting the third Wednesday of every month at 6:30pm in La Peña’s lounge! ABOUT FOOD FIRST: Food First envisions a world in which all people have access to healthy, ecologically produced, and culturally appropriate food. After 40 years of analysis of the global food system, we […]
Kids, do you have talent? Come out to our open mic series every 3rd Thursday of the month designed especially for youth under 18! Youth ages 17 and younger can present their music, poetry, dance, theater, comedy, special talent in a safe and fun environment. Each night will feature a different Bay Area kid performer. […]
FREE! Donations of any size welcome! Doors open at 7pm, Screening starts at 7:30pm. As white supremacy is increasingly coming out of the shadows in this country, it is important we confront racism in our native Latin American and Caribbean countries. Black in Latin America is an award-winning documentary series where Harvard scholar Henry Louis […]