Wednesday, June 14, 2017


For the late night denizens of our discourse, here are some KANSAS CITY CLIPS FROM LOCAL MOVIEMAKERS that deserve a look.


It's Always Fascinating To Watch The Next Generation Rediscover Kansas City

Local millennial moviemaker offers his perspective on KCMO and shares his impressive cinematography skills.

Kansas City Tradition Of Carbs

McLain’s Bakery was founded by the McLain family in 1945 and operated on Wornall Road under their ownership until the early 2000's. The bakery became popular during the 50's and 60's and continued to have lines out the door for many decades.

Celebrate Kansas City Hobo Cameras

From June 2-9, 2017, visitors to Central Library could see an exhibit of photographs taken by our patrons experiencing homelessness. The idea came from the monthly Coffee and Conversation put together by Outreach AmeriCorps VISTAs Jason and Emily Luedtke. Meet some of the patrons who took photographs for the exhibit.

Hopefully, more for the morning update . . . STAY TUNED!!!


Anonymous said...

There is a lot of talent in Kansas City outside of the Crossroads, important for our arts community to remember that!.

Anonymous said...

Great 1st clip.

Jonsie said...

Need to include a clip from basic instinct too.

Anonymous said...

Also I will recommend PATTON , and Glory , and Tombstone ¡!<>/¿

Anonymous said...

Guys their not homeless, they are just "experiencing homelessness".

And Sly's kid wasn't a homo, he was just "experiencing sodomy"

Anonymous said...

I'm not constipated. I'm just full of shit.