Divulgando la cultura en dos idiómas.

An Outside-the-Box, DIY Halloween Costume Combination

By Family Features Even though Halloween may look a little different this year for many families, there are still ways to make the most of popular seasonal traditions, like costumes, spooky decor and festive treats. Rather than venturing out to look for a costume, get creative at home with everyday craft supplies and delivery boxes […]

Daria confirma regreso

MTV Studios ha confirmado que un nuevo spin-off de la popular serie animada “Daria” llegará muy pronto a Comedy Central; usuarios de las redes sociales no han podido contener su emoción al saber que habrán nuevas historias sobre este emblemático universo. La televisora estadounidense dio a conocer que el spin-off se llamará “Jodie” y estará […]

TikTok: Understanding how the platform works Part II of a Series

Analysis by Teresa Siqueira A Chinese tech company is challenging American companies for dominance of the social media world – and is giving the U.S. government cause for concern. The company is called ByteDance and it owns the social media platform TikTok. Politicians are worried the Chinese government could use the video app to spy […]

KCK Taco Trail features nearly 50 local restaurants

By Angie Baldelomar The Kansas City, Kansas, Convention and Visitors Bureau (KCKCBV) has launched the KCK Taco Trail, a mapped-out trail of nearly 50 local restaurants in the city. “We want to get more people to visit our neighborhoods, to explore the diversity that we have,” said Alan Carr, KCKCBV executive director. To accomplish both […]

Detrás de la mascarilla

By Jorge Ramos La imagen era para la televisión. Donald Trump acababa de aterrizar en un helicóptero en uno de los jardines de la Casa Blanca, subió las escaleras a un primer piso y, desafiante, se arrancó la mascarilla. Con la mano derecha hizo un saludo militar y se quedó ahí por un largo rato […]

New exhibit featuring two Latinas opens at Belger Arts

Kansas City, MO – Belger Crane Yard Studios presents “Vibrant: The Art of Christina Erives, Lauren Mabry, and Shalene Valenzuela,” which opened Friday, Oct. 2. The exhibition will remain on view through December 31, 2020. People can visit Tuesday through Friday from 10 am – 5 pm and Saturdays from 10 am – 4 pm at the […]

New COVID-19 Testing Site Coming to Wyandotte County

The Unified Government Public Health Department (UGPHD) will open a new COVID-19 testing facility on October 19! The new facility will be located at the former Kmart location at 7836 State Avenue in Kansas City, KS. COVID-19 testing hours at the new facility will be the same as at the Ann Avenue facility: Monday-Friday, 9 AM […]

Hurricanes, wildfires, plus pandemic: double whammy

Last weekend, many of the 11 million Texans, Louisianans, Mississippians and Floridians in the path of Hurricane Delta (downgraded to a tropical storm) were forced to make a real life “Sophie’s Choice.” Menaced by life-threatening conditions, they had to hurriedly choose between two deadly options: stay and face the storm or flee to a designated […]