Sunday Spaces

Get a preview of the latest issue, available March 5 in The Kansas City Star

Sunday Spaces, a new lifestyle section published once a month in The Kansas City Star, will return this Sunday, March 5. This month’s edition will include a number of features on fashion, food, drinks, home decor and more from the editors of Kansas City Spaces magazine. Here’s a look at what you can expect in this month’s issue:

In the Dressing section, contributing writer Stephanie Jacob highlights one of spring’s top menswear trends: olive green hues. From slouchy pants to shorts and a duffel bags, Jacob shares the details on where you can find the looks.

Howard Hanna, chef-partner at The Rieger in the Crossroads, gives readers a taste of a fresh, springtime dish with his recipe for Deviled Egg Caesar in the Cooking section. Contributing writer Judith Fertig provides tips for cleaning out your spice cabinet and making room for fresh ingredients from local shops.

This month, Tom Strongman reviews the Jaguar XE R-Sport, the brand’s small sedan that has the soul of a sports car.

In the Wedding section, you’ll get the details on the timeless nuptials of former Royals pitcher Aaron Crow and his bride, Sara Haiderzad. The couple’s wedding, located at the Hilton President, featured lush, neutral blooms with classic details.

The Drinking section features a twist on the Paloma from Margot Thompson and Rachael Freeman, bartenders at SoT in the Crossroads. If you’re a fan of Malbec, don’t miss contributing writer Cody Hogan’s detailed history of the well-known wine.

Interior designer Richard Lippincott gives readers the details on his current design obsession, and contributing writer Brooke McGrath rounds up the most stylish bar carts in the Decorating section. And last but not least, learn how you can replicate the minimalist Prairie Village kitchen of Emily Eckles and her husband, Matt.

To see the full version of Sunday Spaces, pick up a copy of The Kansas City Star March 5 or go to spaceskc.com.

Sunday Spaces is published the first Sunday of each month in The Kansas City Star.

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