A four-part fictional crime noir set in a very gritty 1904 Kansas City centers around Lafayette Alonzo Tillman, one of Kansas City’s first black police officers. The series is written by longtime Star editor Darryl Levings and illustrated by Héctor Casanova.
In 2002, TV anchor Elizabeth Alex planned to return to Romania but instead had to fly to New Orleans to cover Hurricane Katrina. When Alex Drescanu, her local translator, realized she wasn’t coming, he felt bereft. He called her and said, “I miss you.”
That night Thaylia Smith wrote on her calendar, “Drummer sat at table.” She continued to attend the late-night sessions at Jardine’s Restaurant and Jazz Club, and she and Patrick Conway got to know each other.
Your friend is on the wrong road in life, but at least she’s finally honest enough to admit which road she’s on. Then encourage her to have the same honesty about the life she’s living, and the consequences she’ll face if she continues with it.
That evening in October 1994, Greg noticed a nice-looking guy at the bar. But alas, a young man was seated next to him. Meanwhile, Rick was trying to signal to Greg that the young man was not his date.