I think a lot of my perspective, and aesthetic, is shaped by my upbringing. When I was growing up, if you wanted to buy a new outfit, you better go shovel snow or dig some weeds to make some money.
When it comes to the preservation of buildings of architectural and cultural significance, “The greatest thing is just having a shoulder to cry on,” Katy Sawyer shares with a laugh. "Because [...]
Setting aside time to engage your creativity can happen in baby steps, whether it's a class, a book, or a new podcast. Here are a few common pitfalls that creatives often fall into, along with a [...]
"Who does civic data serve?” asks Jer Thorp. “It’s supposed to serve everybody, but it really only serves the technically elite who have the ability to access it frequently.”
Summer Miller's first ambitious cookbook, “New Prairie Kitchen,” profiles 25 Midwestern chefs and farmers from Nebraska, Iowa and South Dakota amidst recipes they have contributed, organized by season.
On Southwest Boulevard in Kansas City’s Crossroads Arts District stands Finefolk, a contemporary women’s designer boutique started by Leslie Fraley.
For many Americans, the question of healing a broken world has become dire and daunting, especially in the tumultuous months since the presidential election. But for Lisa Gorvo of Big Heart Tea [...]