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On a recent weeknight, as we routinely do, my husband and I tag-teamed the post-suppertime, pre-bedtime chaos to which many parents are accustomed. He loaded the dishwasher and scoured pots and pans while I cleared the table and doled out homework folders and bath-time commands.

Super Bowl LVI had Snoop Dogg; Fayetteville Technical Community College’s culinary arts program has Alan Dover. And although Dover is certainly no pretender to the award-winning rapper’s following, he nevertheless has quite a few devotees of his own. Albeit most of them are aspiring chefs trying to learn to make a mean bechamel.

A tale of romance and resilience

The love story between Army Staff Sgt. Evelyn Acevez and former Army toxic material handler Josh Jenkins has not been for the faint of heart. For one thing, it all started when they became taken with each other while she was spraying him down at the Army’s Pueblo Chemical Depot in Colorado in 2018.

You might say that the love story between Martina and Chris Monroe is just what the doctor ordered. In this case, Martina was the doctor, and Chris was the one who put in the request.

Sharing is Caring

Romantic dining isn’t always about indulging in a four-course feast complete with candlelight, flowers and Champagne. Sometimes it’s as simple as sharing sushi or pizza – or just a decadent dessert.

What’s better than Joe Burrow’s swag or Aaron Donald’s pass rushing? Well, maybe nothing. But, hey, as we look forward to Super Bowl LVI between Burrow’s Cincinnati …

Erika Gee Harris admits that a stray star or a sparkly sequin may have littered someone’s floor after having been left accidentally behind here and there. But like Tinkerbell’s pixie dust, those little shiny bits are the makings of the magic.

It’s no wonder that Toni Bryant-Chance decided to call her business Suga Mama’s Confections, Inc. Inside her friendly shop at 6900 Cliffdale Road, the available wares include a variety of …

You won’t leave hungry

You’ve got to love a place that puts a dish on the menu called “The Thing.” And the customers eat it up. Sometimes they even bring in their own biscuits to be added to the bottom of …

Let's Dish

When you write about restaurants, people naturally ask for your recommendations. I’m more than happy to satisfy curiosity and wax poetic about mouth-watering dishes, too.

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