Kansas City has developed a huge culture for three things. Sports. Food. Art. We are faithfully passionate about our Royals, Chiefs, Sportings, Tigers, and Jayhawks. This city has an insatiable appetite
Cheers to 2017! Also, as of January 1st, I’ve been a blogger for three years! Everyday I am so amazed and excited at all the richness that blogging brings to my life. What amazes me even more
Kansas City Restaurant Week (KCRW2017) presented by US Foods kicks off Friday, January 13th, 2017, with 180 participating restaurants across the metro area. The 10 day event, concluding with dinner
In recent years, the Watts family has spent the day after Thanksgiving (aka Black Friday) shopping sales at local places in Kansas City. But…
I received complimentary passes to An Evening of Tea in exchange for this special event article.
I had the privilege of experiencing my first tea festival in the Spring of 2016. The annual Midwest
With the summer of 2016 in the history books, I’m taking some much-needed time off from social media. There are so many things that I’ve wanted to do for months with my blog and photography
Over the past 80 years, Borgman’s Dairy Farm has earned a well established history in the Kansas City dairy industry. This Grade
Melissa Cavallari’s life journey has brought her from the United States to beachfront broadwalks of Venice, Italy and back again. All the while she has pursued her love of crafting artisan jewelry
Anyone who frequents the City Market enough, has surely heard of Little Bill’s Pimento Cheese. If you haven’t, you’re in the right place! Bill Denney, owner of this Kansas City-based
What does an Olathe school teacher have in common with the City Market? Soap. Christine Walker, owner of Just Bee Soapy, has sold her homemade bath time delights since 2013.
Walker makes her fanciful