Mike Merritt wants to get your life uncluttered. As owner of Life Uncluttered in Leawood, Merritt has been maximizing spaces in KC since he bought the established business six years ago. In transforming closets, laundries, pantries, offices, garages, and more, Life Uncluttered specializes in custom design and installation with quick turnaround, usually under two weeks.
The kids are out of school, and your summer schedule is likely filled with travel plans, pool parties, and fun summer activities. If you are looking for the perfect books to add to your suitcase or beach bag, we have some suggestions for everyone in your family.
Spending time outdoors and enjoying friends and family over good food and drinks is a great way to usher in summer. This gorgeous farm-to-table dinner is set in the breathtaking Timber Barn space at Weston Red Barn Farm. From the fresh flower arrangements to the locally sourced produce and herbs, this earthy spread is brimming with character and flavor. The earthy ceramic and clay vases give the perfect…
With summer in full swing and four kids at home, it feels as if I have spent most of my time in the car chauffeuring the kids to and from activities. Baseball fields, swimming pools, summer training programs and camps have consumed our days, and as constant and busy as it is, I know that … Continued
Sam Unruh doesn’t like rules, and prefers to live a life of his own making. But when he hatched the Unruh Furniture brand out of the confines of his garage, he envisioned a product rooted in tradition.
Boulevard may have paved the way for craft beer in Kansas City, but now small, independent breweries are popping up all over the metro, bringing an entrepreneurial spirit, convivial environment and full-flavored pours to the city and suburbs.
More than $2.5 Million was raised for Children's Mercy hospital at this year's Big Slick event. Celebrities gathered to play games and visit with the true heroes, the patients at Children's Mercy Hospital. Proceeds from the Big Slick benefit the Cancer Center.
On August 6, 1945, a U.S. Navy sailor from Kansas celebrated his 19th birthday aboard the U.S.S. Chevalier. As the ship headed through Pacific waters toward Japan, the atomic bomb was dropped -- ending the war and sparing him and his crewmates from likely death.