Cocktails, music, dinner, art and amazing comedy from Paul Reiser made for a night out that 300+ folks who attended the tenth annual Stand up for Synergy will not soon forget. The night raised more than $300,000 to help the children, teens, women and families that Synergy serves.
North Kansas City Hospital’s Club W hosted E! TV’s Giuliana Rancic on Nov. 10 for their Wine and Wisdom series. She spoke about finding joy in the midst of life’s most challenging moments and connected with audience members.
Guests sampled bites from over 60 local restaurants, bakeries, and chocolatiers in the home of Jon and Kelly Lambert. This year featured an oyster bar courtesy of Jax Fish House & Oyster Bar and wine and champagne from Cooper’s Hawk Winery and Restaurant. Proceeds benefit Southwest Boulevard Family Health Care.
In case you haven’t heard, there’s a new wrinkle in the usage of Botox.
Not only can it improve your appearance, it can also offer relief to millions of chronic migraine sufferers.
The good news for those in need is they don’t have to travel far to find a place that offers this specialized injection therapy. It’s as close as the Genesis Medical Spa at 6410 N. Cosby.
On November 15, Oakhill Day School celebrated the opening of its 2nd building at 6910 North Holmes in Gladstone, Missouri. In a student-centered morning celebration, the current Middle School Student Council led the ceremony by sharing what they love most about the new space. The Gladstone Area Chamber of Commerce facilitated the official ribbon cutting that evening with special recognition given to Mark Spurgeon with his team at Williams Spurgeon Kuhl & Freshnock Architects, Inc., Henderson Engineers, Inc., the City of Gladstone, Fleshman Construction, Inc., Hot Mix Materials, Inc., K&G Striping, the Oakhill Day School Board of Trustees, Antioch Bible Baptist Church, and the Right Now Capital Campaign Committee. Tours of the new fourth grade through middle school South Campus Building followed the ceremony.
How many of you are reading this on the treadmill at an overly crowded gym? Now is the time when hope springs eternal–new weights are purchased, Christmas gifts of workout clothes are donned, and we all brush off our knowledge of how to properly do a squat. Although most of those resolutions are aspirational rather than realistic, the renewed energy of a new year is still a powerful force for getting people into gear.
This is definitely the easiest and best way to make rich-tasting butternut squash soup, without having to peel and dice a large, awkwardly shaped vegetable. You start by cutting the squash in half lengthwise and roasting it in a hot oven. Scrape the roasted flesh from the skin, and simmer it with sautéed yellow onion, fresh sage, and a tart Granny Smith apple. When everything’s soft and the flavors have melded, purée it all in the blender. Finally, enrich the soup with a bit of heavy cream.
Since opening in February of 1974, Liberty Hospital has worked to partner with the community it serves to improve the health, safety and well-being of patrons in the area. The Liberty Hospital Foundation was started in 1984 to provide financial help to continue these goals.
Everyone is looking for the fountain of youth in body, mind, and spirit. Yoga teachers often hold classes that attract young and middle-aged students. Sadly, elderly men and women are often left out, especially those in assisted living establishments.
A smile is a greeting that welcomes others before a word is spoken. Dr. John Gordon, who founded Gordon Dental in 1978, works with patients to change smiles and, in turn, change lives.
Some people are self-conscious about their smile because of the cosmetic or physical condition of their teeth. Stains, crooked teeth, or other irregularities may alter self-perception. A lack of confidence or insecurity may develop, or the tendency to hide a smile that subsequently projects a less-friendly expression. Gordon Dental offers personalized services to help those struggling with these issues because of their teeth.
Puffs of gray wood smoke rise from a small fire built in the bottom of a white oak barrel. Doug Bratcher of Bratcher Cooperage leans over the barrel and watches the orange flames below. Aromatic smoke, carrying the song and scent of an Ozark Missouri forest, wafts past Bratcher’s full white beard.
We all know how New Year’s Resolutions go. Come January 1, we’re all about it. We’re eating healthy, joining the mass quantities of gym-goers everyday after work and convince ourselves we’ll finally stick with it this time. As the months go by, it gets harder and harder to stay motivated, but this health and fitness gear is so cool you won’t want to quit.
Some people collect shot glasses when they travel. I collect massages. Whenever I go somewhere, I get a massage, not at the fancy hotel spa, although I’ve had a few of those, but in the small locally-run places. I’ve been rubbed down by blind men in Cambodia, stretched into pretzel shapes during Thai massages on the beach in Koh Samui, and been massaged on the deck of a cruise ship in Halong Bay by a girl much more interested in giggling and texting her friends than rearranging my muscles. I’ve had deep tissue couples massage in Mexico that was so deep that I thought my lungs were bruised and one in Peru with a soundtrack of a political rally complete with gunshots. All in all, I have a lot of experience letting other people help me relax.