The hair business is also the people business. That’s a key principle for Belinda Snyder. “This is one of the businesses that can’t be run over the computer as far as the actual service,” she said. “I don’t know if you’d
Josh Hicks doesn’t follow a script. Most high school students either know exactly where they’re headed to college, or at least spend months obsessing over post-graduation plans. It wasn’t until about three weeks before graduation, when a college counselor asked where Hicks
Come the end of May, Roger Graham will be eating a lot of pancakes and bananas. That’s because he’s going to spend the first week in June biking across Kansas to raise money for Ogden youth. The pancake and banana diet is part
Bob Holcombe says Tom Boley stood out from the crowd when they met at a local craft fair where Holcombe was selling wood cut items. Boley, who is a tall man, was walking straight toward him — wearing a cowboy hat made of wood. “He had
“I’ve got barbed wire everywhere,” says Wayne Griffin, as he roots through a shed on his Louisville homestead. He’s looking for a particular thick-gauge wire, which is slightly different from the 300 or so other types of barbed wire Griffin displays inside the house.
Laurel Zimmerman has helped Danenberg Jewelers build 50 years worth of clientele. That’s long enough to see jewelry trends to go from white gold to yellow gold, then back to white gold. “Right now, it’s white gold again, but it’s starting to turn,”
Behind every finished basket is a pile of fibers. To get from fibers to basket requires weaving together a bunch of disparate strands into one coherent container. Marsha Jensen has spent countless hours doing just that. She has approached her career as an artist and
Zach Martin is determined to inspire people, but first he needs to accomplish his goals. “Before people will listen to you, or take something from you, you kind of have to do something first,” he said. Martin, 21, will soon leave Manhattan to begin a four-
On one particular day in 1995, of all the gin joints in all the towns in all the world, Greg Finn walked into this one. He met Marcia, then his girlfriend and now his wife, for a drink at the Gin Mill, a longtime downtown bar.
In the Harry Potter series, owls deliver important mail to wizards. In the real world, Cherra Bliss saw a Harry Potter banquet flyer meant for everyone at K-State. “Oh my gosh, there’s something on campus that has to do with Harry Potter,” Bliss remembered