Divulgando la cultura en dos idiómas.

Mid-Continent Public Library presents show ‘Orígenes’

Photos by Sonia Falcon The Mid-Continent Public Library presented its “Origins” program on April 3 at 7:00 p.m. at Woodneath Auditorium. “Orígenes” explored the influences of flamenco from the time of the Moors in 711 to the modern influences of today with 45 Grados Flamenco. Biblioteca Pública de Mid-Continent presentó Orígenes La Biblioteca Pública de […]

Cheech Marin to give Mary Atkins Lecture

By Roberta Pardo A legendary entertainer will give this year’s Mary Atkins Lecture at The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art.Cheech Marin, who rose to fame during the 1970s as part of the counterculture comedy duo Cheech and Chong, will give the lecture at 6:30 p.m. April 4 at the Kansas City, Missouri, venue in the Atkins […]

Café Corazón Crossroads hosts Kansas City Symphony in free event

Café Corazón Crossroads in collaboration with the Kansas City Symphony hosted a show where music and culture converge in a free, open-to-all show on Feb. 3 at 110 Southwest Blvd in Kansas City, Missouri.The special performance featured the exceptional talents of Joseph Nunez on bass and James Zabawa-Martinez on the violin, both esteemed musicians from […]

New exhibit to open at Belger Crane Yard Gallery

Kansas City, MO – Belger Crane Yard Gallery presents Salvador Jiménez-Flores’ solo exhibition “Arte-Sano: Soy libre porque pienso,” opening Friday, Feb. 2, at 2011 Tracy Avenue, Kansas City, MO 64108. An Opening Night Reception will be held from 6 pm to 8 pm, where the artist will give remarks at 6:30 pm. Salvador Jiménez-Flores is […]

“A Christmas Carol” is onstage at KCRep again

Story by Angie Baldelomar and photos by Photo by Don The Kansas City Repertory Theatre (KCRep) is bringing a Christmas classic to the stage for the 42nd consecutive year.Through Dec. 24, Kansas City area families can enjoy the adaptation of Charles Dickens’ “A Christmas Carol” at the Spencer Theatre on the University of Missouri-Kansas City […]

Kansas City Ballet carries on holiday tradition

By Roberta Pardo Kansas City Ballet carries on holiday tradition An annual tradition of the Kansas City Ballet, staging “The Nutcracker,” will continue this holiday season.According to an Oct. 10 press release, the company’s record-breaking, critically acclaimed production of “The Nutcracker,” presented by Bank of America, will run Dec. 1-24 at the Kauffman Center for […]

Halloween 2023: las mejores ideas para disfraces

Como cada año, el próximo 31 de octubre se celebra Halloween en Estados Unidos y otros países alrededor del mundo. Como ya es costumbre, las calles y fiestas estarán llenas de niños y personas con sus mejores disfraces.Aunque hay disfraces que nunca pasan de moda en esta fecha, algunas personas optan por elegir un atuendo […]

Hispanic Haunting: The Legend of “La Planchada

By Tere Siqueira Note: With October’s amber twilight, the rustling of autumn leaves and the approaching of Halloween and Dia de los Muertos, the atmosphere is ripe for sharing haunting legends and enigmatic tales. Continuing our series of traditional Hispanic legends, we at Dos Mundos invite you to enjoy a story that has intrigued and […]

Hispanic Hauntings: La Llorona

By Tere Siqueira Note: As the golden hues of October set the stage for Halloween- and Dia de los Muertos-themed, spine-chilling tales and remembrances, few stories capture the season’s essence like the age-old legend of “La Llorona” (“The Weeping Woman” in English).Woven into the cultural tapestry of countless generations, this tale resonates with people because […]