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Bay Area Business Coach Reports Increase In Filipina American Entrepreneurs

“I’ve been running my practice for nine years now. There has always been a diverse rotation of clients since the start. But the Art of Hustle program has very consistently had representation from Filipina entrepreneurs across an array of industries, from health and wellness to creative and business services,” shares Anthem Salgado. “Now more than ever, there seems to be a surge of Pinay entrepreneurs making their presence known.”

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Sound Guidance and Strategy to Grow Your Business at Love & Hustle Event for Women Entrepreneurs

Art of Hustle has helped PapaLoDown grow as a business over the last 4 years. In fact, we wouldn’t be the business we are today without it! This special event was created to reach out to other entrepreneurs who want to see the same amazing results that we have with the help of a business coach. At this event you get to meet other entrepreneurs like yourself, make friends, hear stories, and learn strategy tactics for your business.

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Untold Story of Filipino American and UFW Labor Leader Larry Itliong Goes National

Bridge and Delta Publishing in partnership with the Filipino American National Historical Society (FANHS) and PapaLoDown Agency takes “Journey for Justice: The Life of Larry Itliong,” on a 15-city national book tour, starting with Delano, California, on February 8, 2019. This is the first nonfiction illustrated children’s book about Filipino American history, and the first book ever written about Larry Itliong. The children’s book written by the late historian Dawn Bohulano Mabalon, Ph.D. with Gayle Romasanta and illustrated by Andre Sibayan tells the story of forgotten United Farm Workers (UFW) cofounder, Larry Itliong, his migration to the United States and his lifelong fight for a farmworkers union. Delano is the first stop of the national book tour with events planned in Seattle, WA; Wapato, WA; New York; Washington DC; Virginia Beach, VA; Honolulu, HI; Anchorage, AK; Southfield, MI; Lansing, MI; Chicago, IL; San Diego, CA; Houston, TX; Stockton, CA; SF Bay Area; with more cities to be announced.

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161 Years Later… 7 Mile House Is Still Where The Locals Go

7 Mile House turns 161 years, Saturday 1/26. The all day event will feature a book talk and presentation on mile houses by Vanessa Garcia at 11:30am. Everyone is invited to enjoy their famous pork adobo and rice for free (until it runs out), now an annual tradition for the past six years. In the evening, the 7 Mile House stage will be graced by Dakila, a legendary Filipino American San Francisco band with music known as Bay Area RockLatinJazzPopFunkapino!

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The Asian Pacific Islander Cultural Center and PapaLoDown Agency Team Up to Hire a PR Intern!

Looking to break into public relations and digital marketing? If you love supporting arts and entertainment projects by people of color-owned, and/or women-owned businesses who work to better their community, then this is the internship for you! PS - it's paid! 

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Parol Lantern Festival Lights Up Yerba Buena Gardens for the Holidays

The parol lantern is the quintessential Pilipino symbol of hope, blessings, luck, and peace, during the holiday season, and can be found lighting up windows in Pilipino homes throughout the world. Community members and commissioned artists will create hand-made lanterns to display at this free, family-friendly event. The festival features a parol lantern parade, a gallery of handmade parols, with live music and dance performances.

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San Francisco Makes Investment in Filipino Community’s Economic Development and UNDSCVRD Night Market

Kultivate Labs and SOMA Pilipinas are proud to announce funding to promote and celebrate San Francisco’s Filipino Cultural Heritage District. The Mayor’s Office of Economic and Workforce Development (OEWD) and Mayor’s Office of Housing and Community Development are supporting the economic development of SOMA Pilipinas. Together they have awarded $316,250 to help fund a seasonal night market and support emerging entrepreneurs in San Francisco’s Filipino Cultural Heritage District.

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“Journey for Justice: The Life of Larry Itliong” Book Launch At SFMOMA During Filipino American History Month

Bridge and Delta Publishing in partnership with The Filipino American Center of the San Francisco Public Library will host a book launch for its first book entitled, “Journey for Justice: The Life of Larry Itliong.” This children’s book, written by the late and great historian Dawn Bohulano Mabalon, Ph.D. with Gayle Romasanta, and richly illustrated by Andre Sibayan, tells the story of often forgotten United Farm Workers cofounder, Larry Itliong, his migration to the United States, and his lifelong fight for a farmworkers union.

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Pinay Musical Lineup Featuring Ruby Ibarra At UNDSCVRD Night Market

UNDSCVRD SF is showcasing emerging female talent from the Bay and beyond with its Pinay Power lineup, featuring rising Hip Hop star Ruby Ibarra, raptivist Rocky Rivera, LA-based rapper Klassy and award-winning poet Faith Santilla who collaborated on Ruby Ibarra's Island Woman anthem, "Us" that will be performed at UNDSCVRD. Joining the line-up is soulful and vocal powerhouse Tracy Cruz, rotating DJ for the Golden State Warriors, DJ Umami, and Chicago’s DJ King Marie.

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UNDSCVRD SF Presents All Star Billing of Emerging Talent From The Philippines and Launch of New Music Label in Filipino Cultural District

On Saturday September 15th, UNDSCVRD SF takes on their most ambitious music line up to date. Presenting an all star billing of the freshest emerging talent from the Philippines. Singers, producers and musicians that represent the modern pulse of Manila music today, with a focus on the unique, future soul style emerging from the Philippine underground. Featuring live performances from Manila based artist : BP Valenzuela, Rhxanders, CRWN and Lustbass. Celebrating the release of Manila Rising, a debut EP compilation by newly launched San Francisco/SOMA Pilipinas based music label Barkada Worldwide. The label and compilation come from UNDSCVRD SF’s Music Curator, Mark Herlihy.

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Asian American Artists Reclaim Place at 17th Annual APAture Festival

Kearny Street Workshop (KSW) has been a hub for emerging Asian Pacific American (APA) artists for 45 years, and is the oldest APA arts organization in the country. Their flagship event, “APAture,” is a multidisciplinary arts festival now in its 17th season, featuring the work of emerging APA artists in the San Francisco Bay Area. The festival showcases talent in film, literature, music, performance, comics, zines and illustration, and visual art. From October 13 through November 4, over 60 artists will present their work to over 1,000 festival-goers across multiple venues. This year’s theme “RE/place” will create art that explores issues dominating the news today, including displacement, migration, and reclaiming place. Among the featured artists on the lineup are Janice Sapigao (Literary Arts/KQED’s Women to Watch), SETI X (Music/United Shades of America with W. Kamau Bell), and APAture newbie Jody Stillwater, film category featured artist.

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Breast Cancer Community Comes Together At The Cow Palace ‘Tough Enough To Wear Pink’ Day At the Grand National Rodeo

For the first time ever the 70th Annual Grand National Livestock Expo, Horse Show, and Rodeo announces Friday, October 21, 2016 as “Tough Enough To Wear Pink” Day, and plans to bring together the Breast Cancer community in a day of solidarity and awareness. As a national campaign, Tough Enough to Wear Pink Programs in rodeos across the nation have raised almost $10 Million dollars. But the biggest asset of the program is that the money stays in local communities.

 

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AWARD WINNING SAN FRANCISCO BREWERY ‘SOCIAL KITCHEN AND BREWERY’ HIRES VISUAL ARTIST TURNED CHEF ANDREW GREENE

Chef Andrew is known for his creative pop up dinners around the city and will be bringing that same energy to Social. Andrew’s education and background as a visual artist later transpired into the kitchen, leading him to opportunities as Executive Chef of Troya in the Fillmore, and a favorite of Naked Kitchen’s pop up dinners in the Mission.

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