Saturday is the funeral for 6-year-old Angel Hooper, who went to 7-Eleven with her dad in south Kansas City and never went home. Plenty of witnesses saw the drive-by shooting that killed her. So why aren’t they speaking up?
Need some refreshments while watching the Royals tackle the Giants in the World Series? Several Kansas City-area bars and restaurants are offering Blue October deals on everything from burgers to blue beer.
If you’re headed to Game 3 of the World Series in San Francisco, start your stadium experience off right with two things: a full plate and an even more full stomach. Here’s a guide on the best AT&T Park has to offer.
Kansas City’s Boulevard Brewing Company is celebrating 25 years in business with a Nov. 8 pub crawl through Westport with Odell Brewing Company. Odell, based in Fort Collins, Colo., also collaborated on Boulevard’s Silver Anniversary Ale.
Need some refreshments as the Royals take on the Giants during the World Series? Kansas City area restaurants and bars are celebrating Blue October with specials on everything from cheap burgers to blue beer.
From Dennis Patton: I know, who writes about planting and growing herbs this time of year when we all know a frost could come along any day now and kill these warm-loving plants? But I have to tell you about two less common herbs that display wonderful fall beauty in the garden. I know some of you already know about these autumn showstoppers but for others these may be the first plants to add to your plant list for 2015.
DEAR BILLY GRAHAM: Can you lose your salvation once you’ve honestly committed your life to Jesus? A friend of mine says you can, and another says you can’t. This bothers me, because I sincerely believe in Jesus, but I’m afraid I’ll do something wrong and maybe lose it all. — R.J
Food editor and Chow Town curator Jill Silva speaks at ChoppedCon, a local food blogging conference. But not before she has read and reread editions of “Best Food Writing,” an anthology published every October.
If you thought a plain old hot dog would satisfy a World Series appetite at Kauffman Stadium, think again. The home of the Royals has rolled out a new “harvest market” menu for the World Series games, including plenty of comfort food to match the season.