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The Word From Northeast
Northeast Newscast Episode 20 - KC Museum's Anna Marie Tutera on it's temporary new space and construction planning
By Paul Thompson This week on the Northeast Newscast, managing editor Paul Thompson invites Kansas City Museum Executive Director Anna Marie Tutera on to serve as the podcast's first ever two-time guest. After celebrating that great honor, Tutera talks about the Museum's new satellite space at 800 Broadway, right across the street from the Historic Garment District Museum (801 Broadway).
Dead-Tree Bunny News
On Wednesday, the three-man investment group in Des Moines, Iowa that owned a giant British rabbit that died on a United Airlines flight headed toward the Midwest sued the airline for unspecified damages. Simon the bunny was on track to become the largest rabbit in the world.
Powerless In KCK
KANSAS CITY, Kan. -- With more potential storms on the horizon, and some people still without power from Saturday's storm, many are worried their current situation might be prolonged. "Hell. It's been rough. It's been really tough, especially when you have kids to take care of, and there's no air.
Missouri Movie Cheapskates
A state tax credit program for Hollywood expired in November 2013. The title of the Netflix drama "Ozark" is a bit of a misnomer. The show's first season was released on Friday, and takes place in the Lake Ozark region.
More Home Team Hope
A few weeks ago, I wrote about how the Kansas City Royals should be sellers, not buyers, as the trade deadline approaches. So of course, thanks to me, Kansas City was motivated to go on a winning streak and make a splash in the trade market. You're welcome, Dayton Moore.
And this is the OPEN THREAD for right now . . .