Disappointing a child, that’s the defeat we work so hard to avoid.
Applesauce, yogurt and all-fruit spread are time-saving toppers.
At his daughters encouragement, Alan Jeter pursued a lifelong dream to opening a restaurant. The father-and-daughter team work together all day, almost every day Haley gets the occasional Saturday off making fresh pizza, Italian sandwiches and salads.
For a hearing-impaired person who doesn’t know sign language or read lips, enjoying a play is nearly impossible. But thanks to one Overland Park teenager, it might not have to be anymore in Olathe.
The Theatre in the Park will bring a Gilbert and Sullivan play, “The Pirates of Penzance,” to its stage for the first time June 6 to open the 2014 season.