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[28 Jan 2010 | by Steph Barnard | 8 Comments]
[wear] Women’s Winter Fashion Essentials

Winter in Wichita is nothing if not schizophrenic. We went from a white Christmas to an extreme cold snap to springlike temperatures in just a few weeks. While you may be ready to start shopping for shorts, the harsh reality is that spring is still months away. The good news? Now is a great time to stock up on winter essentials; local boutiques like Pink Saloon, Wild at Heart and Eccentricity are having big sales to make room for new spring merchandise.
We’ve already covered men’s winter fashion; ladies, here are …

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[27 Jan 2010 | by Maria Mannani | 72 Comments]
[do] Live it Up in Old Town

After I moved out of my parents’ house at the ripe age of 21, I knew immediately I wanted to live in Old Town. Why? There is always something going on. Between the summer concerts in the Old Town Market Square, the various street performers, being within walking distance of all the bars and restaurants and a 15-minute drive from every side of Wichita, there are many benefits to living in Old Town.
Where to eat: From American cuisine to Mediterranean dining, Old Town has numerous dining options, including, Playa Azul, a …

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[27 Jan 2010 | by verb [ICT] staff | No Comment]
daily [snap] – Walkway

Walkway | Photo by Amy Delamaide

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[27 Jan 2010 | by Jana Curl | One Comment]
[go] Main Street in McPherson

Whenever I end up in a small town, the first place I want to go is Main Street. Every town has one and some have more life than others. McPherson, Kansas, has a Main Street that will keep you busy, full and entertained for an entire day.
To make sure you have enough energy to complete your Main Street McPherson journey, you must get a good breakfast. Neighbors Café is the place to be. With cinnamon rolls the size of your head and homestyle breakfast offerings, you will …

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[27 Jan 2010 | by Liz Sothman | 76 Comments]
[eat] Lunch With Liz: Hana Cafe

Last week, in the first installation of Lunch with Liz, I detailed my venture to the new neighborhood joint in College Hill, with the fitting name College Hill Deli & Catering.
That week, as I was flipping through the Go! section of Friday’s Wichita Eagle, I became inspired. Yes folks, food inspires me; I’m aware it’s ridiculous. Wichita’s own famous foodie and chef, Tanya Tandoc, listed her personal favorite places to eat in town. After oooing and ahhhing at what I was reading, I decided to take a sort of “Julie …