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I’ve had a hard time wrapping my head around the fact that this is the last full week of school. Maybe it’s because the family’s parkas are still available at an arm’s length. Or that I haven’t even bothered to get the tubs of summer clothes from the basement. It might have something to do with not being sure that ...
Yesterday, I met some friends to participate in the Chiefs' 5K at Arrowhead Stadium. We joined almost 4,000 other runners and walkers on a beautiful Saturday morning, and there were lots of parents with children, even very little ones in jogging strollers. Weaving in and out among the walkers and strollers, I enjoyed people watching. There was on...
Jowler Creek vineyard in Platte City about 30 minutes north of downtown Kansas City promotes itself as Missouris first green vineyard and winery. It offers tours of its environmentally friendly operation, with even more wine and beer events on the areas busy schedule.
The sight of fresh asparagus in grocery stores is a sure sign of spring. Snap up the bright green spears fast. This years late and heavy snows delayed the start of the local asparagus season two weeks to a month later than usual, so it will last only about six weeks.
About 20,000 envelopes of families photos survived the tornado May 2011 tornado in Joplin, Mo. Through the efforts of a local historian and an army of volunteers, those families can reclaim pieces of their past they had thought were gone forever.
Diane Eickhoff of Kansas City co-authored The Big Divide with her husband, former Star television critic Aaron Barnhart. The book is a guide to Civil War sites in the Missouri-Kansas border region.
Textured finishes for walls and cabinets are trending toward a lighter look. You shouldnt be able to tell what application process is used or where it starts and stops. And you can create the trendy look yourself.
The 2013 Kansas City Star quilt has a jewel theme and is called, appropriately, Rubies, Diamonds, Garnets, Too . The quilt features creamy to white fabrics with dots, checks, ditzies, florals, shirtings and plaids for the backgrounds.
As Keith O’Brien announces his retirement, the Vatican says it has other plans that involve punishment.
I would like to know if gratitude is a sustainable state of being. It seems that one moment I feel thankful and the next my internal dialogue is complaining about something.
Everywhere I go, I find brands with a conscience. Maybe it started with Toms shoes and their popular One-for-One movement buy a pair and a pair goes to an impoverished child. Now giving back through purchases has grown beyond holiday charities and thinking pink. Its year-round.
Nobody breathe, its Thursday. Thats the running joke in my house because that night is all about ABCs Scandal. And this week is the season finale of my favorite political thriller.
DEAR ABBY: I have worked in the field of education for more than 40 years, with the last 25 years serving in adult education, helping students complete their high school equivalency diplomas. Big changes are impending worldwide in this very important educational service.
DEAR BILLY GRAHAM: Wed like to be friendly toward a family that moved into our apartment building a few months ago, but theyre from a foreign country and have a different religion, and were not sure what to do, if anything. Any suggestions? V.B.