Divulgando la cultura en dos idiómas.

Kevin Hart el comediante que más ha ganado

Kevin Hart ha sido coronado como el comediante más adinerado, según Forbes. La estrella de “Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle” obtuvo ingresos de US, $59 millones entre el 1 de junio de 2018 y el 1 de junio de 2019, lo que le valió ubicarse en el primer lugar en la lista por segunda vez. […]

13 Reasons Why regresa con tercera temporada

La serie de Netflix más polémica llega con su tercera temporada. Al respecto, los actores han generado disturbios en redes sociales, ya que la trama gira en torno a la muerte de Bryce Walker; el famoso violador que se encarga de aprovecharse de cualquier chica que se le ponga enfrente. Durante la primera y la […]

Why Do They Hate Us?

By Jorge Ramos It’s a question that’s really been bothering me: What makes a person want to kill other people whose skin color is different, or who speak a different language, or were born in another country? That’s exactly what happened in El Paso, Texas. The gunman — racist, terrorist, whatever you want to call […]

Frontier Schools Takes 6th Place in 2019 Solar Car Challenge!

By Roberta Pardo Kansas City, MO – Join us in congratulating our Frontier STEM High School, Solar Panther’s Team, for their 6th place triumph in the Classic Division at the National Solar Car Challenge Race held at the Texas Motor Speedway in Dallas, Texas. As the only school representing the entire state of Missouri and just […]

Beverly Hills, 90210, Regreso exitoso con sueldos bajos

El regreso de la serie ha sido todo un éxito y era algo que esperaban los fans de todo el mundo. El primer episodio de este regreso fue el de mayor rating en todo el verano. ‘Beverly Hills, 90210’ fue un fenómeno cultural de los años 90 y sus protagonistas: Jennie Garth, Tori Spelling, Gabrielle […]

Local artists portray border reality in KCMO mural

Story by Chara and photos by Michael Alvarado Some Kansas City area artists are using their work to depict the reality of thousands of immigrants who live on the U.S.-Mexico border. A mural of immigrant life is on display at 30th and Cherry in Kansas City, Missouri. Painted by Rodrigo Alvarez, Issac Tapia, Chico Salvador […]

Author/award recipient working to empower Hispanic children

By Tere Siqueira Angela Cervantes has received her share of awards and award nominations during her writing career. But an award she is about to receive is particularly meaningful. Cervantes, who wrote the junior novelization of the Disney Pixar animated film “Coco” and has published four of her own novels, has been chosen by the […]

Pecina proud to receive a Nuestra Latina Award

By Roberta Pardo Adriana Pecina was on vacation when she received an email telling her she was a recipient of a 2019 Nuestra Latina Award. It was a surprise because she was not aware the awards existed. “I was glad to see there’s an awards ceremony that’s dedicated to Latinas,” she said. Born in Mexico […]

Martinez receiving a Nuestra Latina Award for military career

By Roberta Pardo A military career was Janice Martinez’s first career path choice after high school. Martinez is being honored by the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of Greater Kansas City for making that choice. Martinez is the recipient of the 2019 Nuestra Latina Military/Law Enforcement Award. The Nuestra Latina Awards will be presented Aug. 29 […]

Time to scrap & start over?

Some area homeowners in Missouri upset with their property tax assessments caught a break. On July 30, the Jackson County Board of Equalization granted them a temporary reprieve. For the second time, the Board extended the deadline to file a formal appeal; the new deadline is Sept. 3. Newly elected Third District Kansas City Councilman […]