Tuesday, July 01, 2014

KANSAS CITY TUESDAY MORNING MOVIES!!!



Let's start our Kansas City Tuesday with a few IMPORTANT and AWESOME movies about invention, struggle and creativity in this town.

TAKE A LOOK AT THESE KICK-ASS KANSAS CITY VIDEOS TO START THE MORNING!!!

Maker Faire Kansas City 2014: Plastic Shadows



"The world's only $500 electric motorsport finished its second round of the season in Maker Faire Kansas City! We competed on June 28-29 at Union Station. Here are just some of the thrills and spills that went down. I'd like to thank Liquid Wrench, Make Magazine, Milwaukee Makerspace, Sector 67, i3 Detroit, Pumping Station: One, Area 515, The Mehl family, Cartastrophe, The Lone Hacker, Omaha Maker Group, MakeICT, Inventables and Phantom Power Racing for their entries this weekend."
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Michael Coronado, St. Francis House Temporary Resident



"Michael Coronado moved to Columbia, MO from Kansas City on June 2 to work at the Harry S. Truman Memorial Veterans' Hospital. Coronado was staying at the Motel 7 until he ran out of money, and then was able to stay at the St. Francis House until he had enough money saved up to find a home."
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Beth Nybeck - CreativeKC Profile



"Visionary, artist and sculptor are just a few ways to describe Beth Nybeck, the talented metal sculptor artist creating incredible metal pieces for both public and private sectors around the nation . . . Nybeck now calls Kansas City “home,” and has opened her own company, Nybeck Sculpture, located in the creative Crossroads Arts District. With the driving belief that, “artwork has the ability to influence people, communities and the world at large,” Nybeck uses her passion in sculpting metal to connect her ideas to those around her."
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Enjoy the clips . . . Hopefully, all kinds of good stuff coming up in just a bit . . . STAY TUNED!!!

4 Comments:

chuck said...

Nice videos.

chuck said...

That chick (Beth) is very, very impressive.

Anonymous said...

Mm

Anonymous said...

And you know it don't matter anyway
You can rely on your old mans money