Cómo sobrepasar una mala racha

¿Cómo es posible que sucedan tantas catástrofes al mismo tiempo? esta es la pregunta que nos hacemos la mayoría después de la gama de desastres que han ocurrido en el mundo en tan solo 5 semanas, entre ellos los huracanes Harvey, Irma, María, terremotos en México y masacre en Las Vegas por mencionar los más […]

Termómetro KC – Noticias Locales

09/28/17 Un hombre de Overland Park, Kan., que había sido reportado como perdido fue encontrado por la policía caminando por la calle 108. No se dio a conocer las razones de cómo sucedió el incidente y las autoridades agradecieron a las personas que ayudaron a encontrar a esta persona. 09/28/17 Bomberos de Kansas City, Mo., […]

Blade Runner 2049

Han pasado 30 años desde los acontecimientos ocurridos en Blade Runner (1982). El oficial K (Ryan Gosling), un blade runner caza-replicantes del Departamento de Policía de Los Ángeles, descubre un secreto que ha estado enterrado durante mucho tiempo y que tiene el potencial de llevar a la sociedad al caos. Su investigación le conducirá a […]

Kit Harington y Rose Leslie confirman su compromiso

Los actores Kit Harington y Rose Leslie, cuyo romance en ‘Game of thrones’ acabó en una sólida relación sentimental en la vida real, han decidido confirmar públicamente su compromiso matrimonial recurriendo a la sección de ‘Anuncios Matrimoniales’ del diario The Times. Hasta el momento los dos enamorados no han fijado una fecha definitiva para su […]

Mexico’s Earthquake Generation

This speech is very different from the one I originally intended to give. I was going to encourage you to disobey, ignore politicians, dare to question everything, never remain silent and show me a Mexico that’s full of hope and possibilities. But you were way ahead of me. ​You are the first generation to graduate […]

Stressed at work? Technology, social media could be to blame

Commentary by Katherine Diaz With the domination of technology and social media in American society, the desire to be “in the know” has become a high priority to many individuals – especially employees. As a result, stress at work has become interconnected to the rise of constantly checking social channels and emails, a recent study […]

Diplomatic problems arise amid unexplained attacks in Havana

By Tere Siqueira On Tuesday (Oct. 4), the Trump administration expelled 15 Cuban diplomats from Washington, D.C. In addition, the administration has ordered non-essential diplomats and families out of Havana, the Cuban capital. Both actions were taken because of mysterious attacks in December 2016 in Cuba that the Cuban government has failed to explain. During […]

Hotel security vs. hospitality

Lisa Romero-Muniz, a New Mexico mother of three worked as a high school secretary. Angela “Angie” Gomez graduated from a California high school two years ago. Sandy Casey taught special education in California. Jessica Klymchuk from Canada had four children and a career as a school librarian. Adrian Murfitt was a commercial salmon fisherman from […]

Patricia Urbina: Breast cancer survivor

Interview by Tere Siqueira Dos Mundos honors October as Breast Cancer Awareness Month. As a show of that support, the newspaper presents the following transcript of a recent interview with Patricia Uribe, who shared her story of being a breast cancer survivor: Dos Mundos: Tell us the story about how you got diagnosed. Patricia Urbina: […]

DACA recipient concerned for her future

By Chara Kansas resident believes program shows recipients can contribute In 2012, Jessica Selene Cabral knew her life would change when she received her Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) permit. Now, Cabral wonders how her life will change if Congress doesn’t find a way to save the DACA program. Cabral arrived in the United […]