BRANSON, Mo. (KY3) – Two people were shot and killed late Saturday evening outside of Famous Dave’s restaurant in Branson.

Branson police have identified the victims as Krystle L. Buhl, 38, of Forsyth, and Richard A. Mc Mahan, 39, of Merriam Woods. Next of kin have been notified.

The Branson Police Department responded to reports of a shooting late Saturday to Famous Dave’s in 1800 block of West 76 Country Boulevard.

First responders found two people shot in a parking lot. One victim died at the scene, while the other died from injuries after being sent to the hospital.


Read more

Cicadas, the red-eyed bugs who spend most of their lives underground, have returned to the US after 17 long years. And intriguingly, swarms of the insects invading American backyards this summer have also inspired dishes in their kitchens. Seeing the emergence of Brood X, one of the largest periodical cicada broods, people all across the US are trying to make the most of it, through creating cicada delicacies.

These insects are low in fat and high in protein, according to Cicada Safari, an app created to monitor their movement in the US. Many scientists and food experts have even called

Read more


I Support
  • Local
  • Community
  • Journalism
  • logo

Support the independent voice of Phoenix and help keep the future of New Times free.

It’s Friday. We have five big bites of food and drink news to catch you up on the week’s events. Here comes your recap

Here Comes the Third Ingo’s Tasty Food

LGO Hospitality is now opening a third location of Ingo’s Tasty Food in addition to the second one coming to downtown Phoenix (101 East Washington Street, #110) this summer. The third spot will be in north Scottsdale at Scottsdale Road and Mayo Boulevard near the new Buck &

Read more

The European Food Safety Authority (EFSA), the University of Parma, the School of Advanced Studies on Food and Nutrition, and the Catholic University of the Sacred Heart are organising a Summer School for early-career researchers to discuss the relevance of food safety and food security in the transformation of food systems.

The increased complexity of food systems requires multi-scale governance mechanisms, which must involve a range of actors from public, private and civil society.

The complex issues and interactions between food systems and outcomes need to be addressed from different non-linear perspectives. Multi-disciplinary and multi-stakeholder approaches, combining resources

Read more

A property developer turned popular food blogger has set himself a challenge to eat at every restaurant in Balham to support its businesses post-lockdown.

Stephen France, 55, a Balham resident for over 30 years, deeply missed dining out during lockdown, and after discovering his neighbourhood’s thriving restaurant scene decided to make it his mission eat out at every single one.

PROSECCO AND SMOKED SALMON BLINI: Stephen France enjoys a drink and a bite to eat in his garden. Credit: Stephen France

He set up a personal blog, ‘eatmywayroundBalham’, to document his experiences, provide restaurant reviews and encourage the local

Read more

When Lynn del Carmen just couldn’t find the Asian foods she wanted in Chattanooga, she didn’t try shopping new stores – she opened her own.

She and her husband, Dr. Alex del Carmen, launched Asian Food & Gifts of Chattanooga in 1981, eight years after they’d emigrated from Laos.

“It was impossible to get Asian ingredients,” says Paul del Carmen, 58, who took over the store when his mother retired in 2014. “My mother was depending on her sister to mail [ingredients] from San Francisco, so she decided to start an Asian grocery and import for herself.

“That,” he recalls,

Read more