Far More Lovable Kansas City News

This blog serves as a place for news snark, mean jokes and FAR MORE ABUNDANT SKEPTICISM than any other mere "news" outlet. 

Still . . . 

Too much hateration is bad for the soul. 

And so, as we age ungracefully, we attempt to share somewhat nicer content, info and resources which serves to remind us that there's STILL A LOT TO LOVE ABOUT KANSAS CITY.

Check TKC news gathering . . .

KC Together: New Media for Our City, Our Stories

Kansas City Museum is working with Artist/Filmmaker Randy Bacon and his movement platform 8 Billion Ones to create KC Together, a new series of still portraits, short film conversations, and motion portraits about Kansas Citians for the Museum's Our City, Our Stories exhibit on the third floor of Corinthian Hall.

Volunteers build food pantry for Central Middle, High School, thanks to School Smart KC

Volunteers, in partnership with School Smart KC, turned out to Central High School today to build a new food pantry for the school.

The GAP gets a makeover

"This is about respect and dignity."

'It takes a village': Kansas City nonprofit to host annual Black infant mortality awareness walk

A local nonprofit, Uzazi Village, is hosting its 9th annual walk to raise awareness about Black infant mortality in KC.

Kansas City author recognized ahead of Kansas Book Festival

Catherine Browder won the 2023 Hefner Heitz Kansas Book Award in Fiction for a collection of short stories.

Kansas City police say missing teenager ran away from home without his phone Sunday

Kansas City police are asking for help finding Robenson, 15, who they said ran away from home without a phone on Sunday.

How a former NBA player from Kansas City overcame illiteracy and earned his master's degree

Kansas City native and former Seattle SuperSonics basketball player Dean Tolson made it to college without learning to read. Now, he holds an advanced degree, and is advocating for education with a new memoir, "Power Forward."

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