Author: Claire Nesch

If you’ve lived in Wichita long enough, you probably know of a few hidden gems around town. Maybe you’re aware of a bit of our city’s history that isn’t well-known.

Author Erin Huiatt is interviewed on KIIC's "Just Start Talking".

Did you know on Sept. 22, 1851, Iowa's capital was incorporated as Fort Des Moines which was later shortened to 'Des Moines'? As Des Moines celebrates its 172nd birthday on Friday, Sept. 22, I am here to share three fun

School of Communication alumna Elizabeth “Ely” Rosario recently published her 3rd book, 100 Things to Do in Tallahassee Before You Die.

As your podcast hosts, we can't wait to take you on an adventure through the heart of America with our special guest, Iowa enthusiast and author Megan Bannister (Olio in Iowa). Brace yourselves for an enthralling journey as Megan uncovers

‘Secret Wisconsin’ authors to stop in Sheboygan Nov. 18 Authors of the newly released Secret Wisconsin: A Guide to the Weird, Wonderful, and Obscure will make a stop in Sheboygan Nov. 18 for a presentation and book-signing at WordHaven BookHouse, 923

If you haven’t had a chance to make yourself a Fayetteville bucket list just yet, your procrastination may have finally paid off. A longtime local resident and author has already done the work for you.

Staff travel writer for Arkansas Tourism Jill Rohrbach curated a list of can't-miss activities in Fayetteville in her new book 100 Things to Do in Fayetteville, Arkansas, Before You Die. Rohrbach will launch her newest work at Pearl's Books and

Though not a big city, Richmond offers an amazing range of activities. Award-winning author Annie Tobey has curated 100 of the best into five categories: Food & Drink, History & Culture, Music & Entertainment, Sports & Recreation, and Shopping &

The Cleveland Browns wanted badly to bring University of Miami quarterback Bernie Kosar to their roster in the spring of 1985. But how could they do it? It took some unprecedented maneuvering in association with the Bills to make it