Ad Astra Market opened in August in Mission, Kan., and offers customers handcrafted food options including protein balls, cookies and sandwiches, dine in or grab and go. Located at 5811 Johnson Drive, Ad Astra Market is a dual business. In addition to the food offerings, Ad Astra is also a European-style flower shop.
Ghanaian doctor Alfred Jacob Aidoo held the phone last year in Ghana, so Katie Stakolich could say goodbye from California, to her mother who was dying half a world away in the West African country. On Wednesday, the two met at the University of Kansas Medical Center.
At C3, a family and kids marketing and design firm in Leawood, a unique company benefit helps employees and their young relatives with college or high school tuition. President and CEO Bob Cutler gave the first scholarship in 2013.
Burns& McDonnell's attorneys explain why the company's proposal for KCI terminal — which was disqualified by the city's selection committee — is the only one of three that complies with Missouri law. They called on City Council to bypass the selection committee and consider the company's plan, or scrap the whole selection process and start again after the November election.
In June, Maggie Fisher opened a wedding ceremony venue, Plaza Wedding Chapel at 314 Ward Parkway on the Country Club Plaza. The elegant and intimate space offers couples a place to get engaged, renew vows or get married. It is a full-service wedding chapel. Music by Midday Dance Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com).
Julie Roth, an attorney with Lathrop Gage in Overland Park, says hackers are increasingly targeting hospitals not for their medical records but for billing information they can sell to identity thieves.
The SA Finger is the first product conceived, funded and developed by Johnson County Community College. The plastic finger can be filled with liquid to help nursing students simulate blood glucose testing.
After buying out Whole Foods in June 2017, Amazon made moves to begin dropping prices for some of Whole Foods' most popular items. Here are five of the most dramatic price drops from the midtown Manhattan Whole Foods, with data courtesy of Bloomberg News.