Know someone who has made a positive difference in south KC? Nominations for the Impact Awards are due Friday, January 10.
For the first time in south KC, the Kansas City Symphony will present a special community concert at Center High School auditorium at 7 p.m. Wednesday, January 8.
On Monday, South Kansas City residents can participate in special guided tours of the facility, sign up to volunteer and apply for jobs there from 6 to 8 p.m., at the monthly 5th Council District meeting.
Cerner, Bannister Federal Complex, Wonderscope and many more businesses are making a huge contribution to the economic growth in south KC.
Carl and Bev Tutorino have been welcoming diners to the neighborhood restaurant at Holmes Rd and Blue Ridge Blvd for 20 years.
By the early 1900s,, Missouri was second in wine production in the U.S., producing over three million gallons before the 18th Amendment passed in 1919.
CAC’s donations were decreasing while their needs were increasing, just in time for the holidays. One church stepped in a big way to help south KC’s food pantry.
The Second Annual “Savor the Sound: An Immersive, Collaborative, and Delicious Performance Experience” will be held at The Martin event space in Martin City on January 4.
Restore in Martin City is celebrating the upcoming new year with its bi-annual sale on Saturday, December 28th.
The Country Club Plaza is major attraction in Kansas City, especially during this time of year, thanks to its developer Jesse Clyde Nichols’ foresight.