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Have you ever gone on a first date and something just wasn't right, but you liked the guy anyway? That sums up Jeneé Osterheldts first impression of Ça Va, the new champagne bar at 4149 Pennsylvania Ave. in Westport, which had its soft opening last Friday.
The cover of Pharrells new album, GIRL, is dredging up the never-ending light-skinned dark-skinned debate. Cant we get past that?
Coffee has long been a supporting actor in cocktails, usually by providing a warming base for sweet liqueurs and whipped cream. But the bean is increasingly taking a star turn at local bars, where its mixed with everything from bourbon and rum to Madeira, absinthe and Benedictine in drinks both shaken and stirred.
Want to wake up to the sound of bacon sizzling on the stove with its aroma drawing you out of bed?
The true yet twisted tale of Allen Pinks a biography that rings with local echoes of the Oscar-nominated film 12 Years a Slave has no parallel in American history. Freeborn to Pennsylvania parents, Pinks was arrested twice in Weston by men indifferent to his legal status who wanted him on the auction block.
Scott Wasserman of Lenexa is the president and CEO of Unbound, formerly called Christian Foundation for Children and Aging. The foundation, started in 1981, provides one-on-one sponsorships of children and elderly people in 21 developing countries.
Pluck a fresh, juicy piece of fruit that you grew yourself in Kansas City? Yes, raising potted citrus trees in our cold and inhospitable winter is easier than you think. Lemons, limes and oranges thrive on the patio in summer and can be brought inside during the colder months.
This St. Patricks Day wreath can be made for less than $15 and requires almost no skills or talent. Seriously. If you can rip fabric and tie a basic overhand knot two of the easiest activities ever you can make this wreath.
Pope Francis finds the hype that is increasingly surrounding him "offensive," according to an interview published Wednesday, even as the Vatican is marking the anniversary of his election with commemorative stamps and coins and a DVD with never-before-seen footage of the pope.
One of Kansas City’s leading ladies of philanthropy urged hundreds of community leaders to follow their true passions in deciding how to focus their volunteer energy and talents. Her advice to the busy people in the audience was to listen to their hearts.
DEAR BILLY GRAHAM: Our church went heavily into debt to build our new building, but now our pastor has left, several families are drifting away, and we’re having a hard time making the mortgage payments. Does the Bible say anything about borrowing lots of money to build a church? — K.R.
DEAR ABBY: Still Alive in San Diego said she reads the obituaries every day and feels somehow disappointed when she doesnt see a name she recognizes. She asked if it was weird, and you told her yes, that it seemed like a lack of empathy.