It's not uncommon for Americans to work through lunch, thoughtlessly scarfing down sustenance at a desk or —worse — in a car.
But at its best, lunch can be a time to unwind and savor the moment, getting out in the city while nourishing body and soul.
Some Kansas Citians are keeping the mid-day meal alive in all its glory. Hosted by Charles Ferruzza, KCUR's food critics led a search for exquisite lunch experiences in Kansas City on Friday.
Here are some of their recommendations:
Change is inevitable. But what if that change affects a community-loved building, or historic landmark?
Was Les Miserables miserable? Was Jack Reacher a reach? Should anyone have taken The Guilt Trip? These answers and more, on this week's edition of Central Standard Friday.
Do you remember the Wishbone, Earl's Hamburgers, Po' Folks, Piccadilly Cafeteria, and the Athena on Broadway? Well, we do.
Heads up y'all, there's only one weekend left to get that last-minute Christmas shopping done.
Ambience or irritation? That is the question.
We're up to the gills in grouper, trout, and tuna on this week's Central Standard Friday.
You've driven past those historic houses in Kansas City, and no doubt they've piqued your curiosity. What's inside? Who once lived there? And how do these places figure into our area's history?