Deportes y más deportes….

By Chara México avanza por suerte a Octavos de Final Gracias al triunfo de Corea del Sur sobre Alemania, México logró avanzar a octavos de final. Los mexicanos que se enfrentaron a Suecia enseñaron poca organización táctica y la velocidad del cuadro sueco le pesó al ‘Tri’ de Osorio que aunque tuvo oportunidades no las […]

Adele preparando su disco 4

La cantante Adele ha retomado su actividad profesional y ha empezado a dar forma a las canciones que compondrán su nuevo trabajo discográfico. Ella está en Reino Unido y está decidida a escribir sus nuevos temas. Ella ya se reunió con ejecutivos de su disquera, Sony Music, y acordó con ellos que el lanzamiento de […]

Chucky confirman serie

El personaje de Chucky, El Muñeco Diabólico, también tendrá su propia serie, después de 30 años de la primera película. Fue el guionista Don Mancini quien informó en su cuenta de Twitter que realizarán serie de “Child’s play”, nombre de la cinta en inglés. De momento, no reveló más detalles al respecto, como la fecha […]

ANT-MAN AND THE WASP

Scott Lang (Paul Rudd), más conocido como Ant-Man, ha tenido que aceptar las condiciones de los Acuerdos de Sokovia después de unirse al bando de Capitán América en la guerra conocida como Civil War. Además de lidiar con las consecuencias de sus acciones como superhéroe, Lang tiene deberes como padre e intentará equilibrar su vida […]

Voting from Abroad Shouldn’t Be a Leap of Faith

It all began with a tweet. I had just filled out my ballot at home in Miami for the coming Mexican presidential election (voting is a right that all Mexicans have, no matter where they live). But when I put my ballot in its UPS envelope, I noticed that the preprinted label was addressed to […]

Orlando International Airport to require face-scans for international flights

By Tere Siqueira Multiple news sources have reported that Orlando (Fla.) International Airport will become the first U.S. airport to require face-scans for all passengers on international flights. U.S. Customs and Border Protection officials made the announcement during a June 21 press conference. They claimed the procedure would improve security and speed up boarding, as […]

KC area offers many Independence Day activities

Commentary by Chara Independence Day (July 4) is almost here. If you’re in the Kansas City area and having trouble finding somewhere to observe the holiday that many people refer to as “America’s birthday,” don’t worry. There are plenty of Independence Day activities scheduled, including the following: *RiverFest: Enjoy fireworks, music and entertainment. This fun-filled […]

Dave says

Dear Dave, I’m retired, and in the past few years I’ve taken up painting. This hobby has begun bringing in more money than I expected. I was wondering at what point I should start thinking about separating my art money from my personal finances, and look at officially starting a little business. Pat Dear Pat, […]

Wonderful World: Discover New York

By Tom Sawyer Welcome tourists! In this edition, we will talk about the second most populated city in the American continent and also the most populated in our country, of course, New York. Founded in 1626 by the Dutch, who according to legend bought the island of Manhattan from the Lenape indigenous tribe, at an […]

Do we want gunslingers in classrooms?

Federal, state, county and municipal law enforcement officers are trained to protect the public, public officials and public facilities and infrastructure; maintain order and keep the peace; enforce the law; investigate and prevent criminal activity; and operate correctional facilities. Their schooling – classroom instruction and field and range work — includes firearms training, which the […]