Lorena Herrera, participará en reality show de HBO

Lorena Herrera será una de las participantes de “El Gran Pastelero Bake Off México”, según reveló en su columna Sin Lisonja, Alex Kaffie, y próximamente la veremos creando postres en el reality de HBO. El comentarista de espectáculos destacó que Lorena fue una de las doce seleccionadas para participar en el concurso de repostería que […]

Drought emergency declared in most of California

By Roberta Pardo California Gov. Gavin Newsom expanded a drought emergency on May 10 across most of the state, covering a vast stretch of the central and northern regions of the state as it endures its second major drought in less than a decade.“With the reality of climate change abundantly clear in California, we’re taking […]

Speedy González, regresará en Space Jam 2

En los nuevos pósters promocionales de la película, se reveló que estrenará en cines y HBO Max el 16 de julio. “Speedy González” se salvó de la cancelación” debido a la controversia, luego de que Charles M. Blow, un columnista del New York Times criticó a Speedy por “fomentar los estereotipos raciales contra los mexicanos”.Pero […]

Get used to new way of traveling

Commentary by Tere Siqueira In a COVID-19 world, it is essential to learn a new way of traveling.The World Travel and Tourism Council has developed an extensive range of protocols to cover the new normal for providers as diverse as airlines, shops, hotels and restaurants. Travelers must get used to following those protocols. If you […]

Missouri ending federal pandemic-related unemployment benefits

By Roberta Pardo Kansas and Missouri are planning changes to pandemic-related unemployment programs.On May 11, Missouri Gov. Mike Parson announced that Missouri will stop participating in all six federal pandemic-related unemployment programs, starting June 12, in hopes of pushing people back to work and addressing workforce shortages.“From conversations with business owners across the state, we […]