Divulgando la cultura en dos idiómas.

Don’t forget your flu shot

Commentary by Tere SiqueiraHealth experts expect the flu season to be more severe this year because of increased travel and relaxed COVID restrictions, multiple media outlets are reporting.Translation: Get your flu shot.Getting the vaccine can protect you against severe illness and complications. Research published by medical authorities shows that flu vaccinations significantly reduce the risk […]

Area baker makes dream come true

By CharaAs a boy in Michoacan, Mexico, Jesus Adrian Gachuz dreamed of owning a bakery.As a man residing in Kansas City, Missouri, Gachuz has made his dream come true. In April 2021, Gachuz opened the Don Chago Bakery with his wife and children.“I had the opportunity to do it and decided to do it,” he […]

Save the Monarch Butterfly

Free event at Union Station’s Haverty Family Yards in partnership with Downtown Kansas City Rotary Club, Kansas City Southern, Canadian Pacific, and GATX.Saturday September 24th from 10 am to 4 pm.Visit the Kansas City Southern Monarch Boxcar and learn all about the iconic monarch butterfly at this FREE family-friendly celebration hosted at Union Station as […]

Nations mourn death of Queen Elizabeth II

By Chara On Sept. 8, the world stopped for a moment. That day, media outlets around the world reported the death of Queen Elizabeth II at age 96. Leaders around the world reacted to the queen’s passing, sending condolences to her family. Proclaimed queen in February 1952 at age 25, Elizabeth II holds the record […]

Fiona hits Puerto Rico, Dominican Republic

By Chara On Sunday (Sept. 18), Hurricane Fiona hit Puerto Rico – roughly five years after the island had been hit by Hurricane Maria. According to Power Outage, all the country lost power on Sunday. Several Puerto Rican nationals living in the United States reported their families were without power. “My family lives in Puerto […]