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Find Kansas City Street Art!!!
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - An interactive, online map now highlights murals across the historic neighborhoods of northeast Kansas City, Missouri. To celebrate the expansion of murals in the area, chamber of commerce members will host an event Tuesday evening.
Kansas City Awash In Jobs
Niagara Bottling LLC, a California-based bottled water manufacturer, has plans for a 426,349-square-foot manufacturing and distribution center in south Kansas City. Located near Botts Road and Missouri Highway 150, the building would be within CenterPoint Intermodal Center. The project would sit on 23 acres at the northwest corner of Botts Road and East 149th Street.
Cleaver Blvd Workout
KANSAS CITY, Mo -- What once stood as an empty grocery store on Emmanuel Cleaver II Boulevard is now a brand new gym. "I know from the beginning when they actually closed down the Apple Market that was here, people were a little upset, like what are they going to build here?
More Resources For KCMO Moms
You may have noticed a new occupant in the former Habitat ReStore space at 303 W 79th St. It's not a business that is open to the public, however it does provide an important community service. Happy Bottoms is a diaper bank, getting families in need diapers through several social service agencies in the six...
Help Keep Great Cause Afloat
Kansas City businesses interested in donating to the YMCA's Learn to Swim program, please contact Kim Rupe.
Kansas City Booze Celebration
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Kansas City-based Boulevard Brewing Company will be launching a breakfast-inspired beer next week, the first in a new series to celebrate the company's history. Hold the Pancakes will be the first beer in the First Fridays collection, the brewery announced Tuesday.
Final Curtain For Great Local Actor
Actor Clifford "Kip" Niven, well-known to theater audiences in Kansas City and a Hollywood mainstay going back to the 1970s, died yesterday from a heart attack at the age of 73. Niven was known for his role on the 1970s television show "Alice" and for playing in dozens of local productions, as well as his avid support of the Kansas City theater scene.
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