Divulgando la cultura en dos idiómas.

More than 100 killed by Israeli fire in Gaza

More than 100 Palestinians were killed and hundreds more injured on Feb. 29, when Israeli troops opened fire on hundreds waiting for food aid in Gaza, multiple media outlets reported.Health officials confirmed that day that at least 112 people died and 750-plus wounded. The Health Ministry described the attack as a “massacre.”The people were reportedly […]

Deportes y más deportes… 03.07.24

Entre lágrimas, Jason Kelce anuncia su retiro de la NFLJason Kelce, hermano mayor de Travis Kelce, anunció su retiro de la NFL tras 13 temporadas vistiendo los colores de los Philadelphia Eagles.Kelce, de 36 años, ganó el Super Bowl LII en el 2018 y compitió con su hermano Travis por el Super Bowl LVII que […]

Proposed baseball stadium faces challenges with workers, Crossroads

By Tere Siqueira The Kansas City Royals’ plans for a new downtown stadium in Kansas City, Missouri, have hit a snag.The pro baseball team is reportedly struggling to reach agreements with workers, and people who live and/or work in the Crossroads Arts District. According to media reports, labor groups have pushed for affordable housing and […]

Top spots: Cozy coffee nooks

Commentary by Tere Siqueira In this latest edition of our column, where we at Dos Mundos guide you to the Kansas City area’s finest spots, we’re shining the spotlight on the area’s hidden coffee gems.Whether you want the perfect espresso, a cozy nook for your morning ritual or a vibrant spot for your coffee-fueled meetings, […]

Jorge Ramos: Cómo Se Perdió el Debate Migratorio

Trump y Biden. El mismo día en el mismo lugar. Separados, apenas, por unas millas en Texas. Pero los dos queriendo aparecer como muy duros en la frontera. Se acabó la era en que se hablaba de legalizar a millones de indocumentados o de ayudar a los “dreamers” – los estudiantes y jóvenes que llegaron […]

Editorial: Gutsy women with vision

Our late founder, editor and award-winning publisher, Clara Reyes, like other outstanding Kansas Citians we’re honoring here, left our community a better place. All positively impacted untold numbers of lives.March is Women’s History Month, an annual observance spotlighting the contributions of women, celebrating their achievements and promoting their study year-round. We’ve benefitted from women visionaries […]

Women’s History Month: Lisa Lopez-Galvan

Lopez-Galvan dedicated life to helping communityBy Angie BaldelomarThe late Lisa Lopez-Galvan spent most of her life helping the community she loved.A native of Kansas City, Missouri, Lopez-Galvan was mostly known for her work as DJ Lisa G — a radio disc jockey and one of the hosts of “A Taste of Tejano,” a KKFI-FM (90.1) […]

Women’s History Month: Clara Reyes

Reyes honored for life of achievements, supporting Latin communityBy CharaTo begin its annual commemoration of March as Women’s History Month, Dos Mundos is recognizing someone within the organization: founder Clara Reyes.Reyes, who died Feb. 17 at age 86, is remembered by many inside and outside of Dos Mundos as a fighter. She fought to achieve […]

Women’s History Month: Elevating voices for diversity and inclusion’

Women’s History Month: Elevating voices for diversity and inclusion’ Women’s History Month, celebrated each March in the United States, is a time to honor women’s contributions to American life. And once again, Dos Mundos is observing Women’s History Month in every issue in March.This year, the National Women’s History Alliance has chosen “Women Who Advocate […]

LULAC recognizes Women’s History Month

By Tere Siqueira To help commemorate March as Women’s History Month, the League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC) recently expressed its appreciation for the women within its ranks via a Facebook post.“We extend gratitude to all the formidable women of LULAC who contribute their strength and leadership to our organization,” the post stated.Headquartered in […]