How to manage anxiety during the pandemic

Commentary by Tere Siqueira It is natural to fear the unknown. Unfortunately, the unknown is part of daily life during the coronavirus pandemic. Unknown or not-easily-understood dangers or circumstances can increase a person’s anxiety levels. Here are some tips to help you to deal with the anxiety of these uncertain times: *Focus on the present: […]

Man found shot and killed inside apartment in KCK

By Roberta Pardo Kansas City, Kansas, police officers are investigating a homicide that happened Sunday morning (Sept. 13), multiple media outlets are reporting. Officers responded to a shots-fired call just before 10 a.m. in the 1100 block of Central Avenue. When officers arrived at the scene, they found a 41-year-old man “with one apparent gunshot […]

Cuando miente el presidente

By Jorge Ramos El Presidente de Estados Unidos ha vuelto a mentir. Y sus mentiras podrían haber costado muchas vidas. Donald Trump ha mentido no una, dos, tres o cuatro veces. Ha mentido o dicho información falsa más de 20.000 veces desde que llegó a la presidencia, de acuerdo con el conteo que lleva el […]

Blanco y Negro Gala 2020 goes virtual

By Roberta Pardo Guadalupe Centers Inc. (GCI) has announced one of its fundraising events will be online this year. The Blanco y Negro Awards Gala will go virtual for its 2020 edition. To be hosted on Oct. 30, the event will include speakers, a silent auction and entertainment. This year, it also will pay a […]

Hispanic Heritage Month 2020

Tuesday marked the start of Hispanic Heritage Month. Observances look very different this year. Like other special occasions and holidays since March, the nation’s 30-day celebration of the histories, cultures and contributions of those with ties to Latin American countries has adapted to the pandemic. And the hybrid programming is ambitiously full-throated, nationwide and widely […]