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Kansas City Entrepreneurial Life Lessons
Don't ignore magical timing within the entrepreneur community, said marketing manager-turned-children's book author Audrey Masoner. "Kansas City is a place where anything can happen, and you really want to keep your eyes open for connections," Masoner told a crowd gathered Wednesday for Rockhurst University's Meet the Makers speaker series.
More Deets On Raytown Blaze Refuge
Several people have been forced out of their homes after a fire spread quickly through an apartment in Raytown. One person was treated for smoke inhalation but is expected to be OK. The Red Cross is still working with the apartment complex, but, so far, at least 11 people need a place to live.
Metro Search For Bad Hombre Suspect
INDEPENDENCE, Mo. -- Police need the public's help to find a wanted fugitive. Raymond Cornejo Jr. is wanted on several active arrest warrants. Independence investigators asked for information via Facebook, but didn't release details about the charges. In the past, Cornejo has pleaded guilty to robbery charges in Missouri.
Hosmer Deal Smiling Reality Check
Doctors diagnosed Royals fans with a severe case of reality Friday afternoon, as Kansas City took the field against old friend Eric Hosmer and the San Diego Padres. The Royals-Hosmer separation wasn't like a messy breakup where you never want to see that person again.
Kansas City Drama In Real Life
A new theater troupe in Kansas City is staging monthly play readings in an unlikely venue: a bar. That's part of the Kansas City Public Theatre 's mission. The group hopes to make theater more accessible by offering free shows in non-traditional venues.
Music News For Those Who Give A Folk
Tokin' of Appreciation: Brewer & Shipley talk Kansas City memories ahead of their 50th anniversary show next weekend
Photo Courtesy of the Artists Neither Michael Brewer nor Tom Shipley are technically Kansas City natives; Brewer was born in Oklahoma, Shipley's from Ohio. But they landed here in 1968 after a stint trying to break into the music business in Los Angeles.
Local Chuckles For A Good Cause
An evening of entertainment coming up in Kansas City features a lot of laughs from performers who are not like typical comedians. "An Evening With The 'Rents," is put on by men and women who are parents of children on the autism spectrum.
Kansas City Taco Collabo
A delicious octopus-filled taco in a squid ink tortilla has hit the menu at Mission Taco Joint in the East Crossroads, and there can only be one local chef responsible for it. Jarocho Pescados y Mariscos chef-owner Carlos Falcon isknown for his Veracruz-inspired seafood dishes.
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