Ellie Donahue, 96, started painting six years ago, winning an art competition in the process and proving you are never too old to learn new skills.
“I had always said that I was just teaching common sense, but it’s not common sense anymore, it’s uncommon sense,” says Janis Kliethermes, who will appear Thursday, August 18, at The Martin Event Center, 135th & Holmes.
“As many bad police officers as we have out there, we have just as many bad people out there who want to hurt police officers just for the sake of hurting police officers. This is never just a one-sided conversation.” – Dr. Terrel Carter
An interview with Rev. Dr. Terrell Carter, a professor at Central Baptist Theological Seminary, sheds light on racism in this two-part series.
This Sunday evening, the sounds of Big Band jazz will be heard streaming from a patio concert at the First Baptist Church of Kansas City at Wornall & Red Bridge Rds.
St. Joseph Hospital is making the Emergency Room experience senior friendly.
“Church can become a way to embrace diversity,” says Rev. Trista Soendker Nicholson about Washington politics. She should know. The new pastor at Red Bridge United Methodist Church once worked on The Hill.
The Little Big Band started off small but they now have a large following. One of the band’s founders recalls how it all began.
Many candidates have local ties, including Josh Hawley, a former Rockhurst High School graduate, who is running for state attorney general.
Most candidates in the area are running unopposed. Still, it’s good to know where they stand on various issues.