After a 15-year absence, it appears Wichitans may once again be able to enjoy the culinary creations of Chef Anthony Card. According to Card, …
It wasn’t until high school that Rashida Phillips really fell in love with jazz. As a vocalist and theater kid, she stumbled onto the part as a “Jazz Diva” for one of her school’s musical theater production. To help prepare for the part, she delved deep into the music of the 1940s.
More than 100 cars and motorcycles lined up Sunday, Sept. 20, at Spring Valley Park to achieve their common goals: peace and unity.
If pandemic life seems to be driving down your sex life, you’re not alone. The truth is, the stressors and demands of pandemic life may have taken up all of your “bandwidth,” leaving little if any for sex.
Lazone Grays, program instructor for IBSA, a nonprofit that provides training for employment, small businesses and youth development, has for years worked to bring attention to the issue of the digital divide. However, he says, it took a pandemic to help people better understand the issue.
With the pandemic cutting down on opportunities for community members to rub elbows, Wichita-based social networking expert Azeb Telele started looking for ways to re-connect people to each other and to organizations that have taken a hit.
The Kansas Leadership Center is offering 2021 Leadership Transformation Grants to Kansas organizations, including businesses and non-profits.
The Sedgwick County Health Department will host a special back-to-school vaccination clinic from 8 a.m. to noon on Sat., Sept. 26 at its main clinic, 2716 W. Central. No appointment is necessary for this special clinic. The immunization exclusion day for the 2020-2021 school year is October 15.
With the introduction of WPS’ new online learning format, MySchool Remote, many parents have undertaken the primary role of insuring their student is properly educated, through online connection to their teacher inside the school building. Since the new format rolled out in early Sept., dema…