Allan Bell and Ruth Gitomer connected over a Nat King Cole song and often attended parties where bands Allan represented as a musical agent played.
Mark and Cathy Hanna from Kansas City met on an airplane when he was returning from a tour of duty in Afghanistan. He decided she was worth rescheduling his flight for.
Heres a quick snack to make for your Super Bowl or Oscar party. Nathan Feldmiller, the chef/owner of Café Europa, says old-fashioned pimento spread on bread is a tasty, inexpensive snack when friends come over.
Duane Daugherty of Mr. Doggitys Foods spices up the classic, cereal-based snack mix with loads of local flavor. Prepare this savory blend for a Super Bowl party or any gathering. Savory Addictions and Olive Tree are local companies substitute alternate brands as desired.
Perched at the southern end of Grand Traverse Bay some 250 miles northwest of Detroit, Traverse City is prized for its trails, beaches, cherry orchards, a burgeoning arts scene and nearby Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore. In recent years, the area has developed a nationwide reputation as a foodie haven for farm-to-table restaurants featuring local fruits, veggies, cheeses and wines.
Seven of the 10 largest U.S. airlines have rolled out a premium economy offering, which often includes extra legroom and perks such as free food or priority boarding, all for a fraction of the first-class price. We’ve rounded up the premium economy options for you.
Traveling to one of the trendiest places in the world can be tricky. Rachael, a model with Seven Model Management in Kansas City, is making her long-legged leap to Milan, Italy, with hopes of strutting her stuff for some of the most coveted labels in the industry. Before her trek, we took her to Standard Style for suggestions on what to wear on a voyage abroad this summer.
Welcome warm weather in trendy sandals, heels, sneakers and slip-ons in a rainbow of dazzling color combos. Even mens shoes are going bright. Men are no longer stuck in the black or brown territory, said Andy Meyer, vice president and general merchandise manager for Off Broadway Shoe Warehouse.
DEAR JEANNE AND LEONARD: I got great seats for the Rolling Stones when tickets for their tour first went on sale. But since then Ive learned that I have to take a business trip that will conflict with the concert. When someone at work overheard me complaining about this, he told me hed love to take his son to see the Stones. So I sold Mike my tickets for the price Id paid, though I knew they were worth a lot more. A few days later, I discovered that he was selling them on StubHub for $200 more than hed paid me. What should I do?
DEAR JEANNE AND LEONARD: My brother refuses to grow up. A few years ago, after a bankruptcy and a divorce, he moved into the casita at our retired parents new home in the Southwest. Richard spends his days swimming and working out (he doesnt want a job) while Mom cooks for him and does his laundry. My parents seem happy with the situation, and so does Richard.
When the Central Ice Co. first got going in the early years of the 20th century, it was one of two dozen or so ice dealers in the vicinity of downtown. The history of the company and this building, in the 2000 block of Campbell Street, intersects in ensuing years with some prominent names