Wonderful World: Discover Atlanta

By Tom Sawyer Welcome tourists! In this edition, we have to talk about the capital of Georgia, which also has one of the most transited airports in the world. We are talking about Atlanta. Founded in 1836 after the territory was given to the state of Georgia by the Creek tribe of Native Americans, it […]

Parents could be fined if children bully someone

By Roberta Pardo As bullying becomes an ever-increasing issue in schools, some cities are taking steps to address it. In Wisconsin, for example, a city passed an ordinance that would fine the parents of students who bully others up to $313. Wisconsin Rapids approved the ordinance in July. It took effect this school year. The […]

Guillermo del Toro, Lanzará un libro electrónico

Guillermo del Toro tiene un fascinante proyecto que próximamente estará al alcance de todos, y se trata de un libro electrónico en el que narrará sus mejores historias de hadas y fantasmas. El cineasta mexicano, en colaboración con Amazon Publishing, lanzará este libro, del que también se tiene contemplado en la versión de audio, aunque […]

Jorge Ramos Column: Trump: ‘I’m Using Mexico’

THE COUNTRY ITSELF HAS BECOME THE WALL. THIS HAS TO CHANGE. MIAMI — “I’m using Mexico to protect our border.” Millions of Americans didn’t even notice this recent remark made by President Trump. But Mexicans certainly did. They thought Mr. Trump’s words were a blatant attack on their nation’s sovereignty. Still, while the president’s statement […]

KCKPS celebrates opening of Gloria Willis Middle School

Story by Roberta Pardo and photos by Michael Alvarado On Sept. 27, Kansas City, Kansas, Public Schools (KCKPS) celebrated the opening of Gloria Willis Middle School with a ribbon-cutting ceremony. The new school takes its name from a woman who served and was dedicated to KCKPS for 59 years. Willis served in multiple positions in […]

Can Drinking Soda Really Kill You?

By Hallie Levine, AARP The bottom line on all those scary health studies you’ve heard lately Whether you call it a soft drink, soda or pop, you’ve probably noticed that every few months one study or another comes out detailing their health risks. Now, new research published earlier this month in JAMA Internal Medicine offers […]

Gael García, Será homenajeado en el Festival Internacional de Cine en Chicago

El Festival de Cine Internacional de Chicago (Illinois) rendirá homenaje en su edición 55 al actor, productor y director mexicano Gael García Bernal con una gala que se realizará el 26 de octubre. La organización del festival anunció la presencia de García Bernal en la cita en la que presentará su segundo largometraje, “Chicuarotes” (2019). […]

Father shares experience with childhood cancer

By Roberta Pardo Enrique Ramirez remembers watching St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital commercials on television with his wife and wondering how the hospital gets families to be featured in them. Ramirez always thought as an outsider. He never imagined he would become one of those families. But in 2009, Ramirez’s 3-year-old daughter was diagnosed with […]

Mother files lawsuit after her son suffers bullying attack

By Roberta Pardo A mother has filed a lawsuit against a school in Los Angeles following the attack of her 12-year-old son by another student. After being hit against a wall, the student suffers from “a significant and permanent physical and neurological damage, and emotional terror,” according to the lawsuit document, as reported by Telemundo. […]

Kansas City bar shooting

Story By Roberta Pardo and photo cortesy by Chris Ochsner, The Kansas City Star. Four dead, five wounded in KCK bar shooting Four people were killed and five others were wounded during a bar shooting in Kansas City, Kansas. The incident occurred early Sunday (Oct. 6) at Tequila KC. Based on witness accounts, two suspects […]