Nothing heralds the holidays quite so much as sinking your teeth into a delightfully decorated pilgrim (or snowman . . . or elf) sugar cookie. If your skills don’t quite match up to your aspiration, consider a cookie course offered by Rachel Van Stratton. The self-taught cookier — yes, that’s what they really call themselves […]
The first time I watched Elizabeth Belden brew a batch of beer, her quiet morning among the tanks at KC Bier Co. was shattered just moments after I arrived. A news alert on her phone reported the death of Yordana Ventura, the young Kansas City Royals pitching ace and World Series veteran, whose vehicle had crashed on a mountain road in the Dominican Republic.
For a one-two culture punch, The Restaurant at 1900 offers performance space as well as fine dining with the luxurious convenience of having both in the same building. Built in 1967 for Lee Jeans and with a distinctive modernist design, this intimate restaurant marries Steve Karbank’s passion for music with the desire to share a great meal following a performance.
It’s always a good time to learn a new skill. You can broaden your horizons and have fun doing it. Take a look at these “just for fun” ideas to see if they might be right for you. Bird Watching You don’t need a special skill to watch a bird. But attracting and identifying them […]
Getting away is great. But with a little imagination, the best vacation can be a “staycation.” You know you’re curious. The cute and gorgeous homes near the Plaza? The trendy lofts overlooking downtown? Or visit other parts of the city. Here’s an idea. Create your own packaged weekend getaway by renting a residence for a […]