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“Queer Eye’s” Kansas City Loft is Fab!

Kansas Citians in the know were on alert last summer as the cast of Queer Eye, Netflix’s hit series that showcases five men who take a man (or woman in some episodes…

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Tim Finn Review: John Mellencamp

Early in his 100-minute set Thursday night at the Arvest Bank Theater at the Midland, John Mellencamp issued a request that was really a warning. To paraphrase: We’re going to play songs…

Ragazza Is Back—And It’s Better Than Ever!

The paint on the walls was barely dry before Laura Norris opened the doors to Ragazza Food and Wine on Tuesday. Talk about a soft opening—she really didn’t put the word out until…

Whatever Happened To: Political Cartoonist Lee Judge

Political cartoonist Lee Judge landed his job at the Kansas City Star on April Fool’s Day of 1981. Foreshadowing? Maybe. For over 35+ years, Judge penned clever drawings with sentiment, snark, and a…

Impulse Purchase of the Week – 3/14

Chef Heather Nania is a pastry perfectionist. Not only does she enjoy the creative aspect of her medium, the Le Cordon Bleu grad also enjoys the chemistry behind her decadent desserts. In…

Review: Unicorn Theatre’s The Humans

Dee-nuh nee ner, dee-nuh nee ner, goes the theme music for The Twilight Zone. It would be the perfect opener for the family thriller, The Humans, playing at the Unicorn Theatre. Playwright Stephen…

Folly Garden Party

Sunday, June 2nd at 4 PM, join us for a picnic benefit to support the Folly Theater! Every year the Development Director, Brian Williams, hosts the Folly Garden Party in the garden of…

34th Brookside Art Annual

Join us for the 2019 Brookside Art Annual Friday, May 3rd through Sunday, May 5th, 2019! The Art Annual is celebrating its 34th year in May 2019. We hope you’ll join us…

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