In 2007, the summer before I started my first year teaching in an urban, Kansas City high school, I was fortunate to be nominated for and accepted into the Greater Kansas City Writing Project’s (GKCWP) Summer Institute. I didn’t exactly know what it was. But I was in that “say yes” mode [...]
As most of you know, my professional cooking experience was limited to pastries and breads. And though there was a cafe in the bakery where I worked, I remained fairly ignorant of many basic techniques common in the savory kitchen. Now that I have more time to cook, I am trying to learn more of [...]
Near the MacArthur BART station on the corner of 40th Street and Shafter, there is a new restaurant. Through the glass facade, I see full tables, the purposeful movement of restaurant staff, and-–wait-–did someone just throw a paper airplane?
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