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‘Lest We Forget’ Holocaust Exhibit Now at World War I Museum

By Kevin Collison "Lest We Forget," a traveling Holocaust exhibition that opened in Germany in 2015,has arrived at the National World War I Museum and...

‘Greenline’ Concept Would Loop Downtown with Recreational Trail

By Kevin Collison An ambitious plan to create a 10-mile "Greenline" recreational loop around downtown similar to the popular BeltLine in Atlanta is being...

New Blade & Timber Finds Mark in Power & Light District

By Kevin Collison  Blade & Timber is now open in the Power & Light District and so far, the owners have found their best advertisement...

SpraySeeMO Draws Global, Local Street Artists to Crossroads

The third annual SpraySeeMO Mural Festival is returning to the Crossroads Arts District for a seven-day run beginning Sunday and is drawing street artists...

First Friday Reset Planned Following Murder at August Event

By Kevin Collison In the wake of last First Friday's tragic shooting, organizers want to calm the event closer to its roots as a celebration...

Irish Fest Plans a ‘Mix Tape’ Finale for This Year’s Annual Weekend Party

By Kevin Collison This year's 17th annual Irish Fest had a dilemma. For the first time since its soggy inception in 2003 at Berkley Riverfront Park,...

‘Best-in-Class’ Entertainment Venue Planned for Plaza’s Jack Henry

By Kevin Collison The vacant Jack Henry building at 47th and Jefferson is slated for a $44 million renovation to ready it for a hot...

Quixotic Bringing Extended Cabaret Run to Crown Center This Fall

By Kevin Collison Quixotic, the dazzling Kansas City-based troupe best known for its singular performances, is staying put for two months this fall at Crown...

New Playground Coming to West Terrace Park

By Kevin Collison West Terrace Park is getting a new $260,000 playground that will include the first "Bamboo Jungle" climbing posts installed in the city...

Beloved City Market Flutist Marvin Hollinshed ‘Played Right Up Until the End’

He was the Saturday soundtrack for visitors to the City Market for many years. On hot mornings, Marvin Hollinshed was often the first person you'd...