Deportes y más deportes….




By Chara Messi y Cristiano, solidarios Lionel Messi ha donado alrededor de $1 millón de euros para ayudar a los servicios medicos que luchan contra los efectos del coronavirus en España y Argentina. Messi ha hecho una contribución al Hospital Clínic de Barcelona y a otro localizado en su natal Rosario. Cristiano Ronaldo por su […]

Paulina Rubio todo un éxito con Raymix




La cantante Paulina Rubio ha sorprendido a todos sus fans con el lanzamiento de una nueva canción al ritmo de cumbia que ha preparado con su colega Raymix, los cantantes han sorprendido a todos sus fans, Desde que fue liberado en todas las plataformas digitales “Tu y Yo”, esta los primeros lugares. Este vídeo musical […]

J Balvin estrena álbum “Colores”




J Balvin estrenó su nuevo álbum “Colores” y un nuevo vídeo musical “Amarillo”, ambos ‘rompieron’ las redes en poco tiempo.Además el colombiano publicó en spotify vídeos cortos que acompañan a sus nuevas canciones, como Gris, Negro, Arcoiris, entre otras. El cantante ya tenía dos años de no sacar material propio, ya que en 2018 reveló […]

Wonder Woman aplaza su estreno




Fanáticos de las películas de Warner Bros y DC Comics han quedado sumamente sorprendidos luego de que se diera a conocer la nueva fecha del estreno de la película de Wonder Woman 1984, luego de que su debut en el cine se vea afectado por el coronavirus, Todo parece indicar que la industria cinematográfica empieza […]

What You Can Do When Your Diagnosed With A Life Threatening Illness




By Stan Popovich You go to your doctor for your yearly check-up and your doctor tells you that are have cancer or some other devastating illness. Suddenly, you become overwhelmed with fear and anxiety and do not know what to do. Here are 7 tips on what you can do to help ease your fears […]

The World Stops




By Jorge Ramos “Stop the world, I want to get off!” So goes the famous phrase often (though falsely) attributed to Mafalda, the little girl in the much-beloved Argentine comic strip of the same name published in the 1960s and ’70s. When I first came upon the expression years ago, its naked absurdity made me […]

Diana Martinez Empowering the Latin community




By Tere Siqueira Each March to honor Women’s History Month, Dos Mundos honors Latinas whose accomplishments have helped and/or inspired the community. One of this year’s eight honorees is Diana Martinez, director of Head Start at The Family Conservancy. Born in the United States and of Latin heritage, Martinez grew up negotiating the two worlds. […]

Calling on everyone to stop COVID-19




Just two months ago, the first case of COVID-19 or the novel coronavirus was confirmed in the United States. By March 23, the number of known cases had reached 46,145, causing the deaths of 582 people in the U.S. Officials across the 50 states have responded as the highly contagious pathogen spreads, instituting increasingly rigorous […]

KDOL assisting employers, workers during COVID-19 crisis




By Chara The Kansas Department of Labor (KDOL) has launched a website with resources available for employers and employees who have been affected by the coronavirus pandemic, Kansas Labor Secretary Delia Garcia recently announced. The website, https://www.getkansasbenefits.gov/, has information about unemployment benefits and allows people to submit claims. “The Kansas Department of Labor is here […]

White House, Senate reach $2 trillion stimulus package deal




By Angie Baldelomar The White House and the U.S. Senate struck a $2 trillion package deal Wednesday (March 25) morning to provide a jolt to an economy struggling amid the coronavirus pandemic. Although the full details have not yet been released, some elements have come out, according to CNN. Around $250 billion will be for […]