For the first time in decades, comedy has returned to south Kansas City at the Watt’s Mill Plaza.
Eagles have made their home at Loch Lloyd and a resident there has made it his mission to photograph them.
History, art, music, and coffee come together for the Telegraph’s first after work event at Martin City Coffee, Friday, April 9.
Annemarie Timmons’ journey, which included a daring escape from East Germany, has been anything but simple. She’s written about it in a newly released book which she will be signing at Kingswood Senior Center, Saturday, March 30 at 2 pm.
A few years ago Pairat “Kent” Pholcharoen came to America with $120 in his pocket and a single bag that held all his possessions. This week he is opening his fourth Thai Spice restaurant.
“A fashion icon, an infamous crime, forbidden love, stitched in time.” Nelly Don the Musical was written and produced by her great grand nephew, south KC resident and attorney Terence O’Malley.
The 32nd Annual St. Patrick’s Parade will be held Sunday, March 10, from 2 to 3:30 pm. Parade entries are still being accepted.
Henrietta Leavitt, a female “computer” in the 1900s, was an astronomer who wasn’t allowed to use a telescope because she was a woman. “Silent Sky” tells her story.
Jazz Vespers features Kathleen Holeman Kathleen Holeman and her band will give a free concert from 6 to 8 p.m. Sunday, February 10, as part …
The life of Missouri native George Washington Carver will be on of several Black History Month presentation at the area libraries.