History, art, music, and coffee come together for the Telegraph’s first after work event at Martin City Coffee, Friday, April 9.
Diane Euston remembers playing in New Santa Fe Cemetery with her friends as a child and wondering why there were so many children buried there. Tonight the Telegraph columnist shares a lifetime of research at St. Thomas More Hall starting at 6 pm–rain or snow.
Did the Jayhawkers storm onto your property and burn down what was once there? Who were the rich landowners in south KC, and how did they influence the future? Diane Euston will address these questions and more on Friday, January 11 during an informal cocktail hour.
Heard of Arthur Bryant’s? Heard of Gates? Then you should hear about Henry Perry, Kansas City’s King of Barbecue.
Hiding underneath a carpet of leaves at Mount Pleasant Cemetery are hundreds of stories of survival, triumphs and the tragedies of pioneer life.
The former Santa Fe Christian Church is memorialized almost 50 years after its demise.
The Four O’Clock Hill House got its rare and fitting name from travelers on the Santa Fe Trail. When wagon trains would leave Independence on their long and arduous journey, they would reach the area of the home around 4:00 in the afternoon.
Fake Irish accents, a sea of Kelly green shirts, shamrocks and certainly some jig dancing for good measure.
What started as a joke amongst friends and patrons has transformed into one of Kansas City’s most celebrated St. Patrick’s parades.