Sunday Spaces

Photo by Judy Revenaugh

An exclusive look at this month’s issue, available May 7 in The Kansas City Star

Sunday Spaces, a new lifestyle section published once a month in The Kansas City Star, will return this Sunday, May 7. 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 Sunday’s issue:

In the Dressing section, contributing writer Stephanie Jacob introduces summer-friendly menswear fabrics. From corporate attire to more casual options, Jacob’s tips will help men survive hot, sticky days in Kansas City.

Brandon Winn, executive chef at Webster House, shares his recipe for Smoked Missouri Trout Salad with Spring Pesto in the Cooking section. Contributing writer Judith Fertig provides advice for how to make the most out of your farmers market trips this season.

This month, Tom Strongman reviews BMW’s M760i iDrive, an ultra-luxury car with a larger-than-life presence.

In the Wedding section, you’ll get the details on one local couple’s downtown affair, filled with lush blooms and soft blush accents.

The Drinking section features a radler-based cocktail recipe from Scott Beskow, bar manager at Grünauer in the Crossroads. If you’re stocking your wine fridge for warmer weather, you’ll want to read contributing writer Cody Hogan’s tips on how to choose a good rosé.

Interior designer Doug Wells gives readers the details on his current design obsession, and contributing writer Brooke McGrath rounds up the most stylish garden pots in the Decorating section. You’ll also get a look inside a well-loved and carefully curated Prairie Village home, with tips on how to create a similar look in your own space.

To see the full version of Sunday Spaces, pick up a copy of The Kansas City Star May 7.

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

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