From the top of Liberty Memorial to the streets of West Bottoms, the city is aglow through the lens of local photographer, Eric Bowers. . Learn More
Union Station is one of Kansas City's most prominent destination for cultural and entertainment activities. And just like in 1914, you can catch the train at Union Station's Amtrak stop. Photo Credit: Eric Bowers. Learn More
Along the storied streets of 18th and Vine and all throughout this great and growing city, we pay homage to the artists and trailblazers throughout history who have turned this city into a mecca for arts, entertainment and quite simply, the best food around. Photo Credit: Susan McSpadden. Learn More
Enjoying a morning at the Westside Local, these Kansas Citians have stepped off the beaten path to experience the best of what our neighborhoods have to offer. Click here to explore the best of KC's neighborhoods. Photo Credit: Forrest MacDonald. Learn More
Steeped in over 150 years of tradition, the City Market offers shoppers the region's largest farmers' market and the opportunity to purchase the best of the heartland direct from producers, every Saturday and Sunday, year-round. . Learn More
“First Fridays” have quickly become a KC favorite with galleries and shops remaining open later than usual for guests to socialize and enjoy the best of the local Kansas City art scene. Photo Credit: Susan McSpadden. Learn More
Want to know what's happening in KC right now? Tomorrow? Next week? We've got your answers.
Chances are if you live here, you get it. Our city is full of striking landscape, beautiful parks, fantastic architecture...and fountains! We have world-class museums, a vibrant arts scene, superb shopping and great blues and jazz clubs.
The Kauffman Center for Performing Arts, Sea Life Aquarium, award-winning exhibits at Union Station, Lego Land...and have you seen that soccer stadium?! If you think there's nothing to do in Kansas City, you're mistaken. This city is hot right now!
Two Words: Google Fiber. Beating out nearly 1,100 applicant cities, KC will be the first city in the nation to experience Google's latest technology.
Take me out to the ballgame! The city is putting our best face forward as we look toward hosting thousands of sports lovers from across the nation at the 2012 All Star Game.
The best part? When the big event is over, we are left with a city full of great art, food, music, innovation and more. From Waldo to the River Market, from the West Side to the streets of 18th and Vine the opportunities are endless.
Now's the time to start your KC To Do List! Not sure where to start? Check out the 7 Things you Must Do in KC.
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