Wondering about the universe gives Adler Planetarium astrophysicists and astronomers a reason to act as detectives, piecing together parts of the mystery one clue at a time. Adler will give the public reasons for wonder May 17 with the opening of the “Cosmic Wonder” sky show and a summer-long program, “100 Days of Wonder.” ...
Shocker pride radiated from an audience clad in black and yellow as fans young and old clapped to the beat of Space Jam’s “Let’s Get Ready to Rumble” and rose to their feet for the Black Eyed Peas’ “I Gotta Feeling.” […] View story. [PDF]
From kicking off her own high heels at Kirby’s bar in Wichita to toting around $2 million designer shoes in plastic bag for singer Alison Krauss the night before the Academy Awards, Denise Stiff has been around the block of the music industry for 30 years. […] View story. [PDF]
Amid a room full of balloon bouquets topped with stars, aspiring, accelerating and accomplished stars of the Student Support Services program were recognized in the Time Capsule of the Marcus Welcome Center on Thursday […] View story. [PDF]
Sunday at 4:15 a.m., J.R. Koontz of J.R. Koontz Flowers woke to start his morning. He fed the dog and cats, worked out at the YMCA and made coffee at home before heading to work to put on a coffee for his employees. […] View story. [PDF]
Albert Goldbarth is the Adele B. Davis Distinguished Professor of Humanities at Wichita State. An MFA from Iowa, Goldbarth is the author of more than 20 collections of poetry and three collections of essays. […] View story. [PDF]