Organizations and venues around Wichita already are planning camps, classes and other activities to help fill those long summer days. Regardless of your child’s interests, you’ll find something he or she will enjoy in this searchable database.
When it comes to weddings, the most upheld fashion rule is don’t wear white – unless of course, you’re the bride. Not even off-white. Even a pale yellow hue can appear white once Instagram filters are applied.
The refurbished Joyland merry-go-round will be housed under a pavilion of glass and steel just west of the Downing Children’s Garden in designs being released as Botanica kicks off its capital campaign for the project.
About half of American workers say they’re not getting enough sleep. Family life, “flexible” or long work hours cut into sleep time. Many workers also say they wake up worrying about work. This isn’t good for workers or their work.
Amid a presidential campaign season that has seen increased anti-Muslim rhetoric, and in the wake of Islamic State-inspired attacks in California and abroad, a national Muslim-American organization is bringing its annual convention to Baltimore this weekend. It expects to draw tens of thousands for programs aimed at "dispelling destructive myths about the Islamic faith and about Muslim Americans."
In 1954, Dwight D. Eisenhower was in his first term as president, Willie Mays made The Catch, "Mr. Sandman" was on the radio - and a house that became a favorite hangout for Hollywood elite was built on Pamela Drive.
SACRAMENTO, Calif. - Wanda Thomas, 68, enjoys shopping, going to the movies and attending classes at Society for the Blind in midtown. But when she travels down the sidewalk with her white fiberglass cane, she doesn't always feel safe.
MINNEAPOLIS-The Archdiocese of St. Paul and Minneapolis filed its financial reorganization plan in bankruptcy court Thursday, offering a strategy for regaining financial stability while compensating an expected 400 clergy abuse claims.
Gracia and Martin Burnham were missionaries in the Philippines when they were taken hostage by a Muslim extremist group. After a year of being held captive, Martin was killed and Gracia was wounded during a rescue attempt. In the 15 years since, Gracia has traveled the world speaking about her ordeal.
Gracia Burnham reflects on 15 years after hostage crisis
View from a bike of the new Chisholm Creek Park bike path
Challenges of city chickens
Feathered family: raising chickens and ducks in residential area