There’s a niche in this world for people who are willing to try, sometimes fail and try again. Careers can thrive with attitudes of “Maybe, maybe not,” and “What if we tried this” and “I’ll see if I can come up with something.”
You thought living without God and only for yourself would bring you happiness and peace, but you’ve discovered it’s a lie. The Bible warns, “There is a way that appears to be right, but in the end it leads to death” (Proverbs 16:25).
I wanted to know how they’ve changed, how restaurants pick, choose and market the events, and what continues to make them popular after all these years. I also heard about an upcoming winemaker dinner in May at Sullivan’s Steakhouse featuring the wines of CADE and Plumpjack Wineries from The Napa Valley.
The Well Bar Grill and Rooftop recently announced it’s adding brunch on Sundays. Republica on The Plaza is a Spanish tapas-themed restaurant operated by Bread and Butter Concepts. How about Mother’s Day brunch at The Dining Experience at The Kauffman Center?
Having a group of enthusiastic young people around can be a great encouragement to the people they are helping. Paul sent his young friend Timothy to some Christians who were surrounded by unbelievers simply “to strengthen and encourage you in your faith” (1 Thessalonians 3:2).
Ward Parkway Center will break ground Thursday for its new “south end restaurant district,” on the site of the former Dillard’s and parking garage. It is in final negotiations with four of five planned restaurants: Charleston’s, The Garage, MidiCi, and Ted’s Escondido Cafe. Each restaurant will have a patio and the project also will include a pedestrian plaza with firepits and fountains.
When you go through hard times as a couple (and you will), never forget that God gave your marriage to you, and he is with you. As Jesus said, a husband and wife “are no longer two, but one flesh. Therefore what God has joined together, let no one separate” (Matthew 19:6).
Current popular drinks are the Trinidad Sour and the Old Fashion at The Rieger in Kansas City, Mo. Both drinks use bitters to help accent different tastes according to Julie Ohno a bartender at The Rieger.
But all that waiting has a purpose. It prepares you for the hardest wait of all: waiting for your whiskey to mature. But waiting does not have to be all meditation: You can also enjoy clear, unaged spirits like vodka.
Chef Shanita McAfee-Bryant recently moved to 99th and Holmes. McAfee-Bryant celebrates the South’s world-famous culinary tradition with highly flavorful recipes. Magnolia’s serves lunch, dinner and Sunday brunch; I fell in love with her Sunday brunch.
The Nieman Foundation for Journalism at Harvard University selected 24 journalists for its class of 2017. Jeneé Osterheldt, The Star’s lifestyle and culture columnist, will research discrimination, feminism and storytelling.
Volunteer and master gardener Gisela Pursel shares her produce with the hungry in Kansas City and she encourages other local gardeners to plant an extra row and share with those in need. Try her recipe for Spinach and Feta Squares made with frozen phyllo pastry.
Why allow lust to overtake you, even if it’s only for an airbrushed image in a tawdry magazine? The Bible could not be clearer: “Among you there must not be even a hint of sexual immorality, or of any kind of impurity” (Ephesians 5:3).
Pinching or cutting back perennials is a task that will result in a nicer appearance in the garden. A plant that has been pinched often is short, stockier and less likely to flop over in the garden. The most common plant pinched or cut back is the garden mum, but other plants respond well to this treatment, Dennis Patton says.