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The coffee house opened Monday and is located in the former Calgaro's pizzeria, 3031 Clinton Road. The seating area has been subdivided into several spaces with Wi-Fi access for those who would like to linger.
Christal Espinosa makes a vanilla macchiato for a customer.
The coffee house offers sweets baked on the premises.
Bo Espinosa, one of the four owners of A Cup From Above coffee house, the others being his wife Christal and her parents, Tom and Betty Delinger, works on an order for a cafe mocha.
Bo Espinosa loves coffee, and he wanted to get out of the construction business. The gift of an espresso machine has allowed him to turn his passion into his profession.
Tatiana Zalozh and her sister, Natasha Kozhukharenko, both of Sedalia, usually only cook lavish Russian meals for special occasions and weddings, but recently they prepared several dishes for guests.
Fun, feasting and family tradition are compiled into the new State Fair Community College (SFCC) cookbook, “How to Eat Like a Roadrunner, a Cookbook Celebrating 40 Years of Food and Fun.”
On Super Bowl Sunday, it seems like most everyone becomes a football fan — or at least a fan of Super Bowl parties. While fans who are lucky or wealthy (or most likely, both) will see Super Bowl XLIII at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Fla., those people who are staying in Missouri have several places to watch the big game between the Arizona Cardinals and Pittsburgh Steelers.
More than 20 people have embraced themes both serious and playful in the second Moore’s Greenhouse & Flower bra decoration contest in recognition of Breast Cancer Awareness Month through October.
I don’t remember the first Christmas dinner I cooked, and that’s probably best, but I do remember a turkey that wasn’t done and some oyster dressing that was never spoke of again.
(BPT) - Whatever sports you like to watch – whether pro levels or big collegiate moments such as the NCAA Men's Final Four, NCAA Frozen Four or College World Series – they all have one important thing in common: watching with friends makes them even more fun. Hosting the perfect game-day viewing party is sure to score big with your friends, no matter what sport you’re watching together.
(NAPSI)As summer approaches, many of us are looking to find healthy ways to cut calories from our daily diet without sacrificing flavor. Asian-inspired salads are a great choice for lunch or dinner since they are highly flavorful, versatile and packed with nutrients. With all these attractive qualities, youll find yourself indulging in guilt-free freshness all summer long!
Halloween has come and gone but the great pumpkin still lives — at least through the month of November.
Picture this: It’s a cold, blustery winter evening, the most recent in a line of cold, blustery winter evenings. You get home from work, cheeks raw from the cold, the tips of fingers gone numb inside inadequate gloves.
Keeping it simple is my motto for the coming new year and that applies to making New Year’s Eve treats and appetizers.
Sacred Heart wore teal-colored shirts to raise awareness for ovarian cancer in the first round of the Sacred Heart Cup at Clover Dell. The Lady Gremlins had a strong offensive attack in the second half to beat East High School, from Kansas City, 4-0.
A Sedalia teenager was arrested and charged with a robbery at gunpoint that happened earlier in the week.
The 35 members of the Smithton High School Class of 2012 took time out from the pomp and circumstance of Friday’s graduation to exchange hugs and handshakes with faculty and staff and deliver white carnations to loved ones.
Terri Kees, of Sedalia, often participates in State Fair Community College’s “Jingle on the Green.” This year she wanted to share her Christmas treat recipes.
Versailles native Justin Yoder made strong first and second rounds hold up to win the 2009 Greystone Invitational amateur golf tournament on Sunday in Birmingham, Ala.
STOVER — Morgan County’s best kept culinary secret, The Black Canyon Ale House Brew Pub and Bistro, is an upscale restaurant owned by winemakers David and Marschall Fansler of Grey Bear Winery.
Bread may be the staff of life, but it tastes better topped with a slice or two of cheese.
Although I’d never admit to being overly gung-ho about archery deer hunting, I will admit I started planning for the upcoming season — it begins Saturday — while perched on the platform of a tree stand the day the past season closed.
(BPT) - This time of year, homes across the country are bustling with friends and family celebrating the holidays with festive foods and drinks. Dairy products like butter, milk, cheese and cream are standard ingredients in celebratory dishes, but one area where dairy can play a starring role is often overlooked – the cocktail glass. Instead of just offering wine or beer, the California Milk Advisory Board (CMAB) has put together cocktail tips and tricks for making every gathering a happy hour at home.
The Yantz family has spent the last 36 hours surviving on coffee, hope and prayer.