Through this pandemic, my creative juices have been flowing. Well, let’s just say juices have been flowing and I’ve been making things. I’ve put out a few Fake Ned Minutes over the last few months and have finally found a home.
Welcome KC Podcast Network, or KCPN for short. There’s a great stable of Kansas […]
Cabin fever has gotten the best of me. It’s been what feels like 934 days in captivity. But I think I may have finally licked it. No, not a resolution for Covid. But I do think I’ve found a way to help, maybe make a few bucks and have a whole ton of fun.
Thought I had the ‘Rona last week, so did me some self-quarantining. Here are some tips I learned. Real tips. Just the tips.
Greg Hall, columnist, photographer, pain in the ass of local media, and “software guy” has passed away suddenly.
He was an idol and mentor to me, and I am beyond heartbroken to hear of his sudden passing.
I have a dozen Greg Hall stories. Our paths crossed several times through his work at The Star. […]
It’s rare anymore that I get to actually have a long conversation with my son. But on Christmas Eve, Kara and I drove around with Brett looking at Christmas lights. Kara mentioned that it didn’t really feel like Christmas this year – whether it was the warmer weather, the fact that Brett is a driver, […]
So I find myself opening my computer for the day, and up pops up my daily news site. Usually the first headline of the day lets me know if itâ€™ll be a good day, or a bad day. A Trump headline is usually a down day, a puppy headline is a good day. This day was… weird.
This was the first thing I had heard my 15 year old say to me in the last several months that didn’t include the words, “need a ride,” “money,” or “more money.”
“My buddies and I were talking.” His buddies being the ones who come over nearly every weekend with their XBoxes in […]
This first appeared in the Platte County Landmark on July 3, 2018.
Over the past week, politicians and media outlets have seemed to focus on a call for civility by President Trump. This follows the controversy about the immigration policies that separated upwards of 2,500 children from their parents after asylum-seeking families crossed southern […]
Our scene opens on a modest, ranch home in Kansas City’s Northland. New home owners had just laid their two year old down in her crib, and were patiently trying to convince their one year old to go to sleep.
Friday April 26 was an anniversary that had little fanfare for the Kansas City Royals. Oh sure, MLB celebrates Jackie Robinson Day by all players wearing the number â€œ42â€, they celebrate Memorial Day by wearing flags woven into their logos, they even celebrate Motherâ€™s Day by using pink bats. But April 26 is a […]