Editorial: Go Chiefs!

Kansas City’s celebrating this week. Even people uninterested in professional football are feeling hometown pride in the Chiefs victory on Sunday in the AFC championship game versus the Buffalo Bills. The reigning Super Bowl champions are now headed to their second consecutive Super Bowl. This year’s annual National Football League (NFL) championship game will be […]

New locally produced and shot film tells story of hope and redemption

Silas Martinez never imagined he would work in a movie, let alone star in one.But in early 2020, friend and local producer Juan Aguero approached him and said Martinez’s story was worth telling. Martinez, a recovering addict, had shared his struggles with drug addiction and how he overcame it with Aguero.“What I didn’t know was […]

NKC law firm offers help with denied, pandemic-related business insurance claims

By Angie Baldelomar Contigo Centro Legal is offering help to Hispanic business owners who have had issues with their insurance claims. During this pandemic, many business owners have been denied interruption insurance coverage for COVID-19-related claims. Beatriz Ibarra, Contigo Centro Legal owner and associate director, said the legal center is representing and advocating for Hispanic […]

Coronavirus: How to separate facts from myths

Commentary by Tere Siqueira As Kansas reopens, it is important to remember that the pandemic is a serious issue. That is why it is important to educate yourself on how to avoid getting infected with the coronavirus (COVID-19). An important way to educate yourself is by learning the difference between the facts and the myths […]

Doctor shares insights about coronavirus

Interview by Tere Siqueira A Kansas City area Latino is among the health professionals helping to fight the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. Manuel Solano, M.D., who graduated from medical school and did his residency in psychiatry in Colombia, is program director for the Community Health Council of Wyandotte County (Kansas). His other posts have included serving […]

Kansas Labor Secretary Delia Garcia addresses unemployment during COVID.

Kansas Department of Labor Secretary, Delia Garcia spoke with Dos Mundos about Unemployment insurance benefits: who’s eligible, what’s the application like, and where to go to submit it, among other things. Note: The Kansas Department of Labor’s IT system has been struggling due to the heavy load placed upon it by enormous claims volumes. The […]

Hispanic customs bring various flavors to New Year’s celebrations

By Tere Siquerira El día de Año Nuevo se celebra de muchas maneras en todo el mundo. En Estados Unidos y en muchos otros países, el feriado del 1ro de enero se celebra estableciendo metas para el año, brindando, disfrutando de una cena y/o besando a alguien a medianoche. Y los hogares latinos en los […]

Ant-Man 3 regresa en el 2022

El cineasta Peyton Reed continuará en el Marvel Cinematic Universe. El director, que dirigió “Ant-Man” en los años 2015 y “Ant-Man and the Wasp” en 2018, firmó una tercera película de “Ant-Man”. Se espera que el actor Paul Rudd regrese como el personaje principal de la película, Scott Lang, en la nueva entrega. Sería la […]

Wonderful World: Discover Houston

Welcome tourists! In this edition, we have to talk about the fourth most populated city in the U.S. and the most populated city in Texas: We refer, of course, to Houston. Founded in 1836 by the Allen brothers, it has a population of just over 2.2 million inhabitants while its metropolitan area exceeds 7.2 million […]

Carlos Vives, será coach de ‘La Voz’

Se confirma que el cuarto coach en el concurso ‘La Voz’ de Telemundo, será el colombiano Carlos Vives, Vives se une a Alejandra Guzmán, Luis Fonsi y Wisin al panel de jueces. “Me siento muy orgulloso de formar parte de esta temporada, acompañado de grandes amigos y colegas. Juntos iremos en busca de esa voz […]