Divulgando la cultura en dos idiómas.

Doors of Hope: “Talk away the dark”- A letter to all families

Dear ReaderIn the light of The National Suicide Prevention Week, I would like to write this letter to you and your family. As a teenager who grew up in a latino family, my parents never really talked about mental health or suicide ideation with me. I understand that it was part of my culture that […]

Deportes y más deportes… 09.07.23

Los Chiefs abren la temporada de la NFL ante los LionsLos campeones reinantes de la NFL, los Kansas City Chiefs, abren la temporada esta noche ante los Detroit Lions en Arrowhead.Es la primera vez desde el 2019 que Chiefs y Lions se enfrentan en temporada regular. Kansas City ganó ese partido 34-30.La mala noticia de […]

Chalk and Walk Festival celebrates street art, community bonding

By Tere Siqueira The centuries-old art of street painting, which originated in Italy, found canvases over Labor Day weekend (Sept. 1-4) on the streets of Kansas City, Missouri.Through the Kansas City Chalk and Walk Festival, Kansas City residents and visitors embarked on an artistic voyage, immersing themselves in a world of color, creativity and community […]

Westside CAN to be featured at Sept. 15 Royals game

By Angie Baldelomar The Westside CAN Center will be the highlighted organization at the Kansas City Royals vs. Houston Astros game on Sept. 15 in honor of Hispanic Heritage Month (Sept. 15-Oct. 15).Labeled as Viva Los Reales, the game is slated to get underway at 7:10 p.m. at Kauffman Stadium. For Jorge Coromac, center director, […]

Toyota Hendrick, RMG deliver supplies donation to school

By Angie Baldelomar On Aug. 28, representatives of Toyota Hendrick and Reyes Media Group delivered the school supplies they had gathered through the Fill-A-Tundra drive to Guadalupe Centers Elementary School in Kansas City, Missouri.For three weeks, both companies encouraged the community to donate school supplies to their annual Back-to-School campaign. This year, 100-plus items were […]

Return of cultural treasures to Mexico transcends dollars, pesos

Commentary by Tere SiqueiraAn object’s value cannot always be measured in monetary terms.This is especially true when it comes to historical pieces and cultural artifacts. Such objects contain the essence of a nation’s history, capturing the stories of its ancestors and its traditions.Recently, and thankfully, the United States made significant moves to restore that essence […]

Hablando con la abogada Jessica Piedra: Why is an emergency plan important?

Immigration laws in the United States are constantly changing and therefore it is important to be prepared for your peace of mind and that of your family.What should I do? We have prepared a special emergency package to help you and your family be prepared in case of an emergency. Here are the most important […]

Jorge Ramos: La Promesa de Xóchitl

Le acababan de decir a Xóchitl Gálvez que ella iba a ser la candidata única de la oposición para las elecciones presidenciales en México. Y hay reportes de que lloró. La senadora priísta Beatriz Paredes se había retirado de la contienda al ver que no le alcanzaban los números de las encuestas. Era miércoles por […]

FDA approves vaccine for RSV

By Chara Vaccine to be administered during pregnancyThe U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) announced on Aug. 21 that it had approved Abrysvo, a vaccine to be administered to individuals who are pregnant to help protect their babies from contracting respiratory syncytial virus (RSV)-related illnesses.“This approval provides an option for health care providers and pregnant […]

How to get ready for fall

Commentary by Chara Fall is coming!Officially, the first day of autumn is Sept. 22. If you want to get maximum enjoyment out of that unique, wonderful season, it’s best to start preparing over the next few weeks for the arrival of fall.Here are some tips to prepare for the transition from summer to fall: *Gradually […]