Hispanic Heritage Month Conclusion In KC

The 2021 Hispanic Heritage month proved interesting inasmuch as Haitian hard times at the Mexican border confused both liberals and conservatives alike.

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Kansas City continues to enjoy more Mexican restaurants than many parts of Texas. 

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We share a few of our www.TonysKansasCity.com favorite news links from this month on the topic of our diverse Kansas City community . . .

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Casa Soñada KC helps find forever homes for Hispanic community in Kansas City

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - The name Casa Soñada KC translates to Dream Home KC and the real estate team at Casa Soñada is in the business of making dreams come true. Elizabeth Ramirez started Casa Soñada, a partner with Keller Williams, in 2007. Her mission, to help the Hispanic community in Kansas City find their forever homes.

Mariachi Estrella makes history performing during Chiefs halftime show

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Mariachi Estrella gave fans at GEHA Field at Arrowhead Stadium a show-stopping performance.

Cruising with culture: Lowrider communities celebrate Hispanic pride, erasing negative stereotypes

EL PASO, Tx. - For decades, lowriders have drawn crowds for their flashy paint and sleek design. The caravans of chrome and culture are a symbol of Hispanic pride in many communities across the country. In El Paso, Texas, the love for lowriders runs deep.

No soy tu chacha: How four Latinx moms (and 600+ of their closest friends) are cleaning up gender roles

Societal and cultural pressures placed on women, mothers, and caretakers to put others first before themselves felt suffocating, Veronica Alvidrez said. So she gathered her close friends and pitched an idea: paraMi, a women-owned lifestyle brand that would try to redefine gender roles and the responsibilities of Latinx women in their households.

Spanish sports broadcasters bring passion, personality to Kansas City Chiefs, Royals

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - As the United States celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month, a local multimedia and multi-lingual production company will soon celebrate 10 years in business. Tico Sports has ties to the Kansas City Chiefs and now the Kansas City Royals. This month, that means a lot to these entrepreneurs.

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