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Here at TKC we're mostly dedicated to news poison and all manner of snark & mockery.

However . . .

We live in this town and that means, generally and from a safe distance . . . We care about the fate of our community. 

Accordingly . . . 

For people who didn't fall out of the wrong side of the bed this morning . . . It's time to share nicer links that offer, gasp, a hopeful glimpse at Kansas City life and the future.

Check TKC news gathering . . .

Fall festivals coming to the Kansas City area 2023

Fall is around the corner, and you know what that means: Not just the leaves changing colors, but fall festivals throughout the Kansas City metro.

Rising rents and other increased costs impacting both tenants, landlords in KCMO

Higher inflation, higher costs and higher rents mean both tenants and their landlords are struggling to keep up.

Secretary of Education, Congressman Cleaver visit Mattie Rhodes Center to promote parent engagement

Abby Hoover Managing Editor Mattie Rhodes Center in Northeast Kansas City hosted U.S. Rep. Emanuel Cleaver II (MO-05) and U.S. [...]

Artists, poets in KCMO from different countries share what it means to be 'in exile,' find a home

Ahead of the start of Hispanic Heritage Month on Friday, KSHB 41 News heard from those forced to leave their native-countries and start over.

"GIFT of Troost" showcase highlights Black artists on the east side

Courtesy image Nonprofit thrift store Troost 39 and Kansas City G.I.F.T are teaming up to host a showcase to highlight Black artists on the east of Troost. The GIFT. of Troost Artist Showcase is an eight-day exhibition featuring the works of aspiring artists Stan Morgan, Xavier Gayden, MariChelle Okorie, Anita Easterwood, Dawn Tree, Chrissy Curly, and Jimmy Thompson.

Job Fair targets Ruskin community

"People don't have life-sustaining careers. That's why we're doing this."

"Free for Fall" Citywide Trash, Brush, Tire & Electronic Drop-offs

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KCPS creates new musicians at select elementary schools through instrumental music classes

Kansas City Public Schools is making sure its students are starting on the right note by offering an instrumental music class at select elementary schools.

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