Divulgando la cultura en dos idiómas.

Doors Of Hope: Anxiety? Depression? Do you have traumas?

Need help with addiction? Call me right now.Dra Luciana Silva Doors Of Hope Counseling913-712-4412 ext 114 Do you have intense, excessive, and often irrational worry or fear about everyday situations? Do these feelings of anxiety interfere with daily life, making it difficult to carry out routine tasks, maintain relationships, or even leave the house in […]

Empowering Unity: Celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month in Kansas City Public Schools 

By: Dr. Jennifer Collier, Superintendent of Kansas City Public Schools  As we embrace the colorful transition from summer to autumn, I am thrilled to kick off Hispanic Heritage Month in our vibrant Kansas City community. This annual celebration provides us with a wonderful opportunity to honor and appreciate the rich and diverse contributions of our […]

Editorial: Wanted: healthy Hispanic blood

Every two seconds, someone in the U.S. requires a blood transfusion. A single automobile accident victim can use as much as 100 units of blood, warned the American Red Cross in a call to action in August. The nonprofit humanitarian organization, which supplies about 40% of the nation’s blood just followed up with another warning. […]

Latin singer, mother battles breast cancer

By Tere SiqueiraLike many women, singer and mother Sol Machado is battling breast cancer.And like many women, Machado is drawing on community support to give her the strength to fight.Being diagnosed with cancer brought fear and anxiety, Machado acknowledged. And the disease has brought logistical and financial challenges, such navigating the U.S. health care system. […]

KC Ballet to open season with “Jekyll & Hyde”

By Angie Baldelomar A new season is approaching for the Kansas City Ballet. And with it, some changes.The biggest change for the 2023-24 season is David Gray serving as executive director. He started July 1.Ellen McDonald, Kansas City Ballet publicist, said programs throughout the season will have “something for everyone,” starting with the North American […]

“We Are Latinos II” premieres Oct. 12 on KCPBS channel

By Angie Baldelomar Kansas City PBS is launching the second installment of a documentary highlighting Latinos in the Kansas City area in celebration of National Hispanic Heritage Month.Premiering at 7 p.m. Oct. 12 on KCPBS Channel 19.1, “We Are Latinos II” is a series of three documentary shorts that “unveil the dynamic experiences of Latino […]

KC to open soccer stadium for women’s team

By Tere Siqueira In 2024, Kansas City, Missouri, will open the first-ever stadium built specifically for a women’s pro soccer team, multiple media outlets have reported.Situated in the Berkley Riverfront area, the stadium will be the home ground for the Kansas City Current, a team in the National Women’s Soccer League (NWSL). According to multiple […]