Due to construction, Avila’s production of As You Like It will be performed Thursday through Sunday at the Lutheran High School.
The historic steam engine is estimated to pass through our fair town between 4 and 4:15 pm Sunday. Grab your cameras, have a Big Boy drink, and enjoy the momentous occasion.
JPL Development was successful in getting apartments approved for the controversial piece of property. But will it all be for naught?
With construction now underway at its new location at Red Bridge Shopping Center, officials at Wonderscope Children’s Museum of Kansas City are looking forward to opening the 30,000 square foot facility next fall.
The Martin City Holiday Lighting Celebration will be Friday night starting at 6 pm at the Bailey Bros. Savings & Loan Assn Bldg (Heartland Imaging), 310 E 135 St. An Ugly Sweater Run, St. Thomas More’s Children’s Choir, and Santa’s appearance fill out the event.
Chiefs get upset; Avila coach talks strategy; Rockhurst says goodbye; and Center goes to State.
On September 8, 1915, 5,000 people crowded the streets in front of the Kansas City Post building at 10th and Main to watch an act never before attempted by Houdini.
“His life reads like a movie,” said Col. Michael Beane, who pushed to get the Army Reserve building named in honor of Pfc. Charles D. Barger.
Yoga in the morning. Trail riding during the day. Friendships for life. The Saddle and Sirloin ladies enjoy their annual outing.
The popular Texas chain started in Austin by Mike Rypka. It will make its KC debut at Ward Parkway.