Thursday, April 29, 2021

Kansas City Experience Late Night

For most of our blog community, the "Kansas City Late Night" experience involves casually judging the distance of gunfire, securing doors and hate-watching frenemies on social media.

Here's something a bit more productive and a peek at worthwhile local content . . . 

"On this edition of Kansas City Experience, we meet Esther Brown and Corinthian Nutter and highlight their integration efforts, spotlight Giving Grove and their orchards sprouting up around the metro, hear from local students about learning during a pandemic, see the fresh look for Women in Film & Media KC, mix up a batch of Mrs. Truman's Famous Fruit Punch and check in with Lake Street Dive."

Take a look . . .

Hopefully, we'll have more for the morning update that might or might not be sometime around noon.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Giving grove is good stuff.

The rest is nice but the segment about growing your own food in kc deserves to stand out. Which they would have made a separate clip. It starts @3:23 for those who actually care about local coverage and don't just comment to read their own writing.