Divulgando la cultura en dos idiómas.

Sofía Castro debuta en Hollywood

Sofía Castro revela que ya hizo su primer película en Hollywood, y confiesa estar feliz por haber conseguido esa oportunidad que tanto esperaba. La hija de la primera dama de México dijo a Diario Basta: “Sólo puedo decir que hice una película en Hollywood, pero todavía no puedo decir nada, cuando sea el momento adelanto […]

Aislinn Derbez y Mauricio Ochmann esperan bebé

Tras un año de casados, Aislinn Derbez y Mauricio Ochmann lograron un sueño en conjunto, pues ya confirmaron que esperan su primer bebé en común. La entrañable pareja compartió a través de sus redes sociales la feliz noticia que seguramente alegrará a sus familiares. Mauricio compartió una tierna imagen que tomaron en sus vacaciones por […]

Termómetro KC – Noticias Locales

09/07/17 Un hombre de Kansas City, Mo., ha sido culpado de haber asesinado a una persona en un tiroteo que tuvo lugar en Westport en 2016. El hombre fue acusado de asesinato, robo y posesión de arma de fuego. El incidente tuvo lugar en un estacionamiento y el hombre pudo ser arrestado gracias a cámaras […]

Bannon plays the blame game on “60 Minutes”

Commentary by Dermidio Juez-Perez Steve Bannon’s recent interview on the TV program “60 minutes” was alarming. It’s scary how different my reality is from his. The following are some of the most alarming – and controversial – statements that President Trump’s former White House chief strategist made during the interview: *While referring to Senate Majority […]

Ease School Day Stress

Must-haves for lockers and backpacks Rushing out the door for another busy day of hitting the books can mean important things get left behind. Keeping a ready supply of everyday essentials in a backpack or locker can help ease the stress of a forgotten item. Whether it’s rehearsing for the school play, gearing up for […]

Former Casa Grande employees become owners, share their success story

By Melissa Arroyo For many years, Karen Manzanares dreamed of owning a restaurant and club. She spent hours of the day thinking about every detail and sharing it with her family and friends. “Even my 22-year-old son remembers hearing about it when he was a little kid,” Manzanares said. Manzanares said she knew that her […]

Eulogizing Hispanic heritage

  Our annual celebration of contributions, cultures and histories of people or their ancestors who came here from Mexico, Central and South America, the Caribbean and Spain is nearly half a century old. On Sept. 17, 1968, Congress sent to then-President Lyndon Johnson House Joint Resolution 1299 to designate the week of Sept. 15 as […]

Hispanic Heritage Month celebrations getting underway

By Katherine Diaz Starting this Friday (Sept. 15), millions of Americans will take time to recognize Hispanic heritage and culture as they celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month, which will run through Oct. 15. This celebration started in 1968 as Hispanic Heritage Week under President Lyndon Johnson. It wasn’t until 1988 that the celebration was expanded from […]

Deadly earthquake strikes Mexico

By Chara The death toll from the strongest earthquake to hit Mexico in the last 100 years keeps rising. At press time, over 90 deaths had been reported from an 8.2 earthquake that took place on Sept. 7. In addition, the disaster had left more than 1,000 houses in shambles and more than 1 million […]

Record number of natural disasters

By Dermidio Juez-Perez This year, the United States has been hit by a record number of natural disasters. Recently, several California towns set all-time heat records. At press time, 110 large fires were burning in various parts of the country. And as multiple news agencies have reported, the nation has suffered through some of the […]