Monarch Coffee Migrates Downtown, Opens Second Location

By Kevin Collison Nothing like some good national buzz for a local coffee shop. Monarch coffee has opened its second location on the first floor of...

City Club Apartments Open

By Kevin Collison The City Club Apartments, a sprawling development that revived much of a key Crossroads block, is beginning to accept residents and plans...

Torn Label Opening ‘Public House,’ Tripling Size, Adding Food

By Kevin Collison Torn Label is joining the recent wave of microbrewery expansions in the East Crossroads with plans to open the Torn Label Public...

Holiday Pop-Ups Returning to Downtown

The holiday spirits are returning to downtown with the opening of two, festive pop-up bars, one in the Power & Light District, the other...

Entertainment Plan for West Bottoms Railroad Bridge Picks Up Steam

By Kevin Collison Michael Zeller's quest to convert an old West Bottoms railroad bridge into an entertainment district over the Kaw River is picking up...

Casual Animal Now Crowling the East Crossroads

By Kevin Collison It took a bit longer than anticipated, but Casual Animal has joined the microbrewery herd in the East Crossroads and proprietor Kyle...

City Club Apartments Kick Off, First Residents Expected Next Fall

By Kevin Collison The City Club Apartments project at 20th and Main formally broke ground this week, and developers believe there's a robust appetite for...

Two Very Different Downtown Retailers on Main Street Close

Two very different downtown retailers on Main Street, one a national chain, the other a homegrown pastry shop, have closed their doors. The JoS. A....

Denver-based Snooze Coming to Westport Early 2020

The "Denverization" of Westport is continuing with the planned opening early next year of Snooze, a breakfast place that will occupy a building under...

Webster House Closing, but Helzberg has No Plans to Walk Away

By Kevin Collison Faced with a pandemic shut-down and the likelihood its important patron, the Kauffman Center, may remain dark until at least fall, Shirley...