ARTIST: Alexander Lancaster

A VOICE OF ART IN DOWNTOWN

“Art was just something that came to me through a long journey.” Alexander Lancaster, Two Wolves Artist Collective

EL RANCHITO: Alambre Tacos

Alambre tacos consist of bacon, chorizo, steak, cheese and sliced avocados heaped onto four flour tortillas. Sounds simple enough, but it packs mucho flavor.

TOP DOG

Food Ninja takes on Top Dog – highest score to date

TACOS EL SOL: Carna Asada Tacos

by Kerrice Mapes  |  photo by Jennifer Goetz The Golden Mile. The authentic, delicious Golden Mile. When you travel, the Golden Mile is the type of place locals tell you to visit for authentic cuisine, and you do. Then you go home and brag. I so hope seveneightfive readers locally act like tourists and visit […]

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MARGARITAS JALISCO: Deconstructed Guacamole

The appetizer guacamole mexicana is typically a bowl of mashed avocados folded in with tomatoes, cilantro, and onions and is a much more enhanced side that will make you dream in green. Margaritas Jalisco’s guacamole mexicana, however, is what food porn is made of. The dip is deconstructed, served on a large serving dish with […]

World Champions

On Friday April 11, 2014 at the World Beer Cup Award Ceremony in Denver, Colo, the Blind Tiger Brewery & Restaurant received three huge awards. First was the Gold Award for our Munich Dunkles.  Next came a Silver Award for our Maibock.  These two were huge and amazing enough, and then came the real shock.  […]

THE OCCASIONAL TOPEKAN: An Initiation

To start everything off, first an explanation, then a confession. I’m not from Topeka. I’m not even from the Midwest. I moved here when I was younger, moved away, moved back again, moved away again, moved back again—and I believe there’s a couple more away-and-back moves in there. The point is, I’ve been inconsistent—Topeka’s on-again, […]

DERBY CULTURE

Lushious Lucy puts on her skates—black quads, old-school—before a Capital City Crushers practice at Sk8away. Her striped socks come up to her knees, underneath a pair of heavy-duty kneepads that look able to withstand a pretty serious beating, and probably already have. Roller derby is tough work, after all. “I never really was an athlete […]