Monday, May 22, 2017

Another Kansas City Monday Look

Playmate Liz Marxs hotness starts this collection of all the important Kansas City links. Take a look:

Kansas City Bachelor Pad

Famous "bachelor retreat" once stood at 36th and Main

The block between Main and Walnut from 36 th to 37 th Streets has seen a lot of changes since it attracted its first residents in the late 1800s. Its history reflects the movement of people from the north to the new "south side" around the turn of the century, bring both new homes, businesses and a church to the growing Hyde Park area.

KCMO Football Switcheroo

Kansas City Chiefs: Offseason trade talk starting up

Over the past couple of seasons, Kansas City Chiefs fans have gotten used to the idea that the team will be active in the trade market. General Manager, John Dorsey, has shown a willingness to put his assets to work in order to improve the roster.

Kansas City Bar Biz Crackdown

The Point bar in midtown Kansas City seeks rezoning to stay in business

A zoning kerfuffle has threatened a bar that has operated for more than three decades at the corner of West 44th Street and Belleview Avenue. The Point, at a busy intersection northwest of the Country Club Plaza, has had its ups and downs, with noise and parking problems fought by some of the neighbors.

Local Tradition Report

Tour Kansas City's historic City Market

People have gathered at the site of City Market to trade goods and produce since Kansas City was the tiny Town of Kansas. The area made the perfect location to outfit pioneers headed west as well as hopeful prospectors headed to the gold fields of California.

Kansas City Tech Dude Profile

KCultivator Q&A: Big-hearted prankster Robert Manigold on opera singing, empathy and Weird Al

Editor's note: KCultivators is a new, lighthearted profile series we're kicking off to highlight people who are meaningfully enriching Kansas City's entrepreneurial ecosystem. Check out our feature on Prep-KC CEO Susan Wally and community builder Donald Carter. If you live or work in downtown Kansas City, you've likely seen Robert Manigold.

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