After 15 years of leading Johnson County Community College's award-winning culinary team to competitions around the world, chef Felix Sturmer is retiring. Known for teaching the finer points of making terrines, pates and other fancy fare, he shares his favorite places to buy a great loaf of crusty bread.
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JCCC's Felix Sturmer is a gem of a chef
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With their eyes protected by eclipse glasses, students at Winnwood Elementary School in the North Kansas City School District, watched the solar eclipse together with their teachers from the playground of their school on Monday, Aug. 21, 2017, at 4531 N.E. 44th Terrace in Kansas City.
Hundreds participated on Sunday in a rally opposing hate groups at the Country Club Plaza in Kansas City. The event was organized following the violent demonstrations involving white supremacists and neo-Nazis last weekend in Charlottesville, Va.
The Confederate Memorial at 55th Street and Ward Parkway in Kansas City will be removed after being vandalized on Friday and boarded up on Sunday. The Missouri Division of the United Daughters of the Confederacy asked the Kansas City Parks and Recreation Department to move the monument to a safer location after it was defaced with graffiti on Friday.
Clouds may leave solar eclipse spectators disappointed across Missouri. There will be some lucky locations where the clouds will break in time to view the eclipse, but it's hard to predict exact location. (Video by Robert A. Cronkleton and Scott Canon)
The Confederate Memorial at 55th Street and Ward Parkway in Kansas City will be removed after being vandalized on Friday. The Missouri Division of the United Daughters of the Confederacy asked the Kansas City Parks and Recreation Department to move the monument to a safer location after it was defaced with graffiti on Friday.