| Oct 28, 2011
Each week we tell viewers what they can get for free. This week's free list: 1) Omega Ensemble Free Chamber Concert 2) a look at an African photographer's portraits: Pieter Hug's, "Permanent Error"
Some of the world's finest young chamber music...
| Nov 10, 2011
| 3:09 PM
Wichita city officials are headed to Africa, on your dime. Next week, the mayor and vice mayor will attend a Sister Cities International Conference and they're not just bringing suitcases. Two police officers including the police chief are travelling...
| Nov 30, 2011
| 3:30 PM
Wichita Mayor Carl Brewer is back from a ten day trip to Ghana. He and vice mayor Lavonta Williams attended a convention there to learn about what they call new trade opportunities. Wichita Mayor says trip to Africa worthwhile
"If i see that there are...
| Dec 7, 2011
| 4:33 PM
In the past three years, my dog and I have had several encounters with coyotes. At times, we've been within 20 to 30 feet of them, but at no time did I ever feel threatened. On one occasion, I witnessed a dog interact with two coyotes and walk away...
| Jun 4, 2011
Indigo is something of a mystery. It sits between the more familiar purple and blue of rainbows. And it's the elusive center of Catherine E. McKinley's "Indigo: In Search of the Color That Seduced the World" which like its eponymous shade, falls somewhere...
| Jan 31, 2012
| 12:45 PM
Traditional bridge replacement on as prominent a highway as Interstate 15 in Mesquite, Nev., has generally required rerouting traffic for as long as a year, but the new "accelerated" technology in January necessitated detours for less than a week. Excited...
| Feb 27, 2012
| 10:50 AM
With performers like Margaux Hayes, Richard McGhee III, Abu Carter, David Brown, Kevin Lamkins and Jill Friedman, it's easy to imagine heading to the Bright Star Vision fundraiser, which supports educational projects in the Volta Region of Ghana, just for...
| Feb 27, 2012
| 11:50 AM
Bold, Raw & Uncensored: Ghanaian Movie Posters
Through March 16, Widener Gallery, Trinity College, 300 Summit St., Hartford, (860) 297-5232, trincoll.edu
Corpse-like zombies. Severed heads. Frightening hybrid man-beast monstrosities. Hovering angels...
| Mar 6, 2008
Is Ephraim Dagadu stolen goods? The Ghana-born and trained physician, who runs a successful family practice in Maryland, does not speak like a man who has been ripped from his rightful home and forced to toil in the Baltimore suburbs. His visage appears...
| Mar 14, 2008
Contrary to Kerry Howley's Opinion Daily, raiding the meager healthcare resources of Third World nations is neither an ethical nor a sustainable option for meeting the chronic and increasingly serious shortfalls of medical personnel in the United States....
| Mar 14, 2007
A landmark shift in trafficking routes has transformed West Africa into a hub for cocaine smuggled from South America to a booming European market, anti-drug officials on three continents say.
Traffickers have established a haven and transit area along...