- Nonprofit group Giving Grove plants trees to feed hungry
- Kansas Citians are thankful for kids, cats, dogs and more
- Star Magazine: Science and the good life
- Your guide to a $5 lunch
- Star Magazine | Things every Kansas Citian should know
- Charlie Podrebarac's 'Cowtown'
- Star Magazine | Comics by Trussell & Trussell
- See Me | The portaits, plus outtakes
- 35 KC people, places and things that make us drool
- Photo gallery: 24 hours at Mission MedVet
Award-winning illustrator Shane Evans has always wanted to nurture community through his art, and Chocolate Me, his book with longtime best friend and actor Taye Diggs, is his vehicle.
Hectic holiday schedules make hanging out with friends hard. Between Black Friday and Christmas, calendars feel the crunch. And so do our wallets, what with all of the traveling and long lists of loved ones to shop for. Thats why I like the idea of giving an experience as a gift.
After waking up to a surprise dusting of snow this morning, all we want is warmth in our tummies.
The area’s coffee community strives to bring variety to our cups, but the trade doesn’t flow just one way. Local professionals regularly export their own knowledge to coffee-growing countries. The resulting relationships yield better coffee for us while creating more profit, opportunity and security for farmers and their communities.
A surprising discovery fuels one womans big dreams for turning a sleepy Kansas town into a destination.
Q DEAR JEANNE AND LEONARD: I have a dividing-the-bill problem.
Orchid is growing on us: A version of the purple hue is Pantone Inc.'s color of the year for 2014.
Local design experts divulge how they decorate their own Christmas trees.
Visit with Pope Francis fizzled, but Rockhurst University professor was able to follow his passion over Medieval marriage contracts and annulments into the great Reading Room.
Arvind Khetia, engineer: In Hinduism, God is not seen as the one handing out reward or punishment. However, there is a recognition of the universal law of karma, also known as the doctrine of justice.
DEAR BILLY GRAHAM: I know we’re supposed to love everybody if we’re good Christians, but isn’t that unrealistic? Some people just aren’t very lovable (including some of our relatives we’ll have to be with at Christmas). It’s all I can do to put up with them for a few hours. — N.L.
DEAR ABBY: I’m 12 and weigh 204 pounds. I feel really fat, and I want to go on a diet, but my mom won’t let me. I’m getting bad grades in gym class and need your help. — Sad Girl in New Hampshire