On Tuesday, September 20, Martin City Brewing Company debuted its gluten-free beer, Yoga Pants, in a can.
Rooms that Bloom, 13442 Cherry St., has received a new shipment of antique furniture selected by owner Krista Sloan from her annual visit to England in July. The items, which are found in the cottage behind Rooms that Bloom, include 19th Century teak trunks from India, a 19th Century French fruitwood farm table, an Irish pine dresser, as well as a variety of smaller items. Sloan opened the cottage to customers on Saturday, September 17.
Harry’s Tavern, named in honor of Harry Lukas, boasts 65 craft beers and 5 wines on tap. Canned crowlers, which are sealed on site, allow the customer to carry home draft beer. Bar food, such as nachos, hamburgers, bratwursts and street tacos is also available.
John Sharp’s column for the week on the SKCA Economic Development Summit, upcoming Leaf and Brush Pick Up, Ballot Issues, and Upcoming Events.
Officials praised the work and thanked the workers and patrons in the ribbon cutting celebration at 135th Street on Monday, October 24.
An October 24th ribbon cutting will celebrate the completion of Phase II, which began October 19 of last year. At 3:30 p.m. various local and state officials will help cut the ribbon in front of RC’s, 330 E 135 St. Community activities will proceed at 5 p.m. with pumpkin painting at Rosehill Gardens, a vintage car show at 200 E 135th St., and food trucks.
Do you groan when you think about carving that Jack-o-Lantern? There are plenty of examples online and free patterns to print and use.
Are you looking for something fun and safe to do this Halloween season with your kids, or maybe even your dog? Here are some local places that have planned an event for the community.
Kansas City residents with problems or concerns about city services cSharpJohnan discuss them directly with appropriate city staff from 9 a.m. to noon Saturday, October 22, at Evangel Church, 1414 East 103rd Street, at a problem solving session sponsored by the South Kansas City Alliance.
“I realized what color I was would be more important than anything else I could do,” said Carolyn Maull McKinstry who spoke at Avila University’s 2016 Harry S. Truman Distinguished Lecture series Thursday night.