Articles Archive for May 2010
The singer-songwriter often is a man with a guitar with a tale to tell and of course a song to sing. It’s an intimate thing; one man on stage, nowhere to hide. The audience can look him in the eye and see inside. The music is gritty and raw. It ain’t always pretty, but it’s from the heart. Let me introduce Erik Mallory.
You started playing guitar in your mid-20s; what prompted you to want to learn?
I spent my early 20s more than a little …
Every week, we feature a few adorable, adoptable pets from the Kansas Humane Society and dare you to resist their cute lil’ faces. Want to bring one of these loveable cats or dogs home with you? Visit KHS from 11 am – 6:30 pm Monday through Saturday and 1 – 5 pm Sunday. Have a happy adoption story to tell? Email us email@example.com and we might feature you in an upcoming post.
Hilda, a 8 month old Australian Shepherd/Boxer mix, is playful, curious and loves to have people around! Her adoption …
This week, I headed to another spot that some might see as a stretch to be called a lunch spot, but the column title is mainly all about the alliteration. I am straying a bit away from Tanya Tandoc’s list to take you to a certain “sweet” place. I have ventured to Cocoa Dolce, located in Bradley Fair, twice this past month and haven’t been let down either time.
I have to admit, I only made it out to Cocoa Dolce at its former location. But now that it’s in Bradley …