South KC Perspective Additional Contaminants Found at Bannister Federal Complex By John Sharp Persons attending the May 11 meeting hosted by CenterPoint …
Do you have a budding cartoonist on your hands this summer. Full-time religious cartoonist Ron Wheeler’s Cartoon Camp offers instruction with fun.
Witnesses share memories of that fateful day, which destroyed Martin City, Hickman Mills and Ruskin Heights neighborhoods.
Claire Barlow, left, and her mother Deborah Borel run a 6-acre urban farmstead called Loud House Farms. Photo by Jill Draper Mother, Daughter Culinary Team Plan …
You probably don’t have to be told that summer is around the corner and the kids will be out of school. You may appreciate that there are still spots available at a variety of summer camps in the area. We’ve put together a very brief list of camps you might want to check out.
Lettie was free-spirited and unafraid. She refused to leaver her pony on the four-month journey and worked with the men and boys to drive the cattle across the countryside.
Reverends Cynthia and Ellis Brust co-pastor Church of the Apostles which holds Sunday services at The Martin Event Space.
If you’re a foodie, or to be more precise, a seafoodie, you may already know that something big is happening in South Kansas City. In the middle of a strip mall at Blue Ridge Boulevard and State Line Road is Jarocho South, a Mexican seafood place opened by chef Carlos Falcon.
On Friday evening, May 12, the mounted patrol will be on hand at Suburban Lawn & Garden’s Charity Friday event.
The floral industry has changed a lot, says Myrna Shepard, head designer at Teefey Flowers, 97th & Holmes Rd. Teefey Flowers has bee in Kansas City since 1934.