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Beautiful and photogenic, Liberty Memorial serves as a reminder to us all the sacrifice of the men and women who gave their lives in the Great War. It's also one of the best places in all of Kansas City to view the downtown skyline.
Kansas City’s culinary and cocktail scene is exploding with a host of new independent restaurants and locally made spirits and brews. You can’t do it all in one night, but you might as well try. For this #ThreeStopHop, we eat, drink and play in the three different downtown KC areas.
KC DADS member and author Shannon Carpenter takes a trip with the kiddos to SEA LIFE Aquarium in Kansas City.
Visitors are invited to begin their First Friday outings at the Central Library to enjoy its art galleries, live music on the rooftop, a special story time for families, and a cash bar. Art Starts at the Library started in May, and will continue Friday, August 5, from 5:30 - 7:30 p.m., and every other month thereafter.
Each week, @WithTheLocals highlights a new city through the eyes of a local. This week, it's all about Kansas City with Alea Lovely.
In 2014, President Obama had a busy (and delicious) visit to Kansas City. Now, we're headed to Washington D.C. to visit President Obama as he honors the World Champion Kansas City Royals at the White House on Thursday, July 21.
Several local brewers and winemakers are applying their craft to the production of hard cider. Demand for small-batch craft beer, wine and spirits has steadily grown in recent years.
Kansas City’s culinary and cocktail scene is exploding with a host of new independent restaurants and locally made spirits and brews. You can’t do it all in one night, but you might as well try. For this #ThreeStopHop, we eat, drink and play in the Crossroads neighborhood.
Summer in Kansas City can be all about sports, or more specifically, watching sports. Taking in a game at The K or Sporting Park is great but if you're ready to jump in and participate yourself, here’s your chance.
You can’t really judge a book by its cover, but when you take a look at the large, hardcover, 900-page book sitting under an alarmed, glass case inside the Kansas City Public Library’