Driving past the Downtown library Monday morning, an odd but familiar-looking figure flagged me down.
No one ever thinks about customer service until they have a bad experience with it.
The word “Black” has always seemed problematic for some people. Many Black people in the past accustomed to hearing “negro” or “colored” had problems being called “Black” in the 1960s. My mother still prefers to use “negro” to identify people of African descent.
A friend and I went to his first Kansas City Chiefs football game on the Sunday before the 9/11 attacks in 2001.
Every once in a while I take a drive down to Lake Contrary. I like to see the seasons change there and the migrating birds. It’s a relaxing drive that also brings back memories of my youth.
What does Labor Day mean to you if you’re retired? I guess I’m about to find out.
Just in time for the Labor Day weekend comes this warning: Eating one hot dog can take 36 minutes off your life.
The coronavirus is still a threat, yet some people don’t see the need to get a vaccination or wear a mask to defeat it.
Practically every year we’ve had the Coleman Hawkins Jazz Festival, Everette DeVan has been a part of it.
We need to congratulate and pat ourselves on the back, St. Joseph. By passing the parks sales tax, we voted to help keep our city greener and healthier.