So the other day Katie sent me a note telling me to send our blog to The Pitch. Why? Because they, along with Chris Olsen, have put together a group, a food fellowship if you will, called “The Bite club”. Read more about it here. What’s the Bite Club? Can’t tell you. Thats’s the first […]
I recently made the decision to become a Big Brother through Big Brothers Big Sisters of Kansas City. There were a ton of reasons why I did this but most of them revolved around me trying to undo the catastrophic damage that Justin Bieber and Swag have surely done to the generation under me. This […]
Incoming food talk. Prepare mouth for noms. Let’s prepare the scene. Kansas City on a cold Tuesday. I enter our home, tired and stressed from a day of writing headlines convincing people to buy stuff they don’t need. Katie returns home shortly after me, looking like she just challenge a walrus to a wrestling match. […]
The number one thing to keep in mind is that queso is called espinaca. No I have no idea why. Really good Mexican food is a rarity. It exists, but is rare. Like a majestic Unicorn that shoots out guacamole instead of rainbows. They really do have the best BBQ in the world and it’s […]
Amongst the flurries in an endless grey of snow, a man ventures into the cold heart of a storm. His goal lies beyond the grey. Beyond the flung flakes and ice. He risks it all for the most noble of causes. He needs pictures to write a blog post. In all honesty, I AM IN […]
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Being that I am hip and down with pretty much all that is cool these days (I’m dripping swag), I’ve been begging Katie to take me to the Science of Rock & Roll exhibit at Union Station. She finally agreed, being that there was a deal with GenKC that entailed free wine and cheese. More […]
Over the MLK weekend Katie and I finally ventured to the Kansas City Library – being that it has giant books for walls I figured this was long overdue. All in all it was pretty great. There was an old vault room where you could watch old movies that didn’t smell like homeless people – […]