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121. Gillis Opera House City Directory Entry Gillis Opera House City Directory Entry Diagram of the Gillis Opera House, corner Fifth and Walnut Streets, with illustrations of the seating plan and interior. Theaters;

122. Hotel Muehlebach in 1915 Hotel Muehlebach in 1915 Photo and text about the intersection of 12th and Wyandotte Streets, depicting the Hotel Muehlebach and adjacent Orpheum Theater, the latter referred to as razed, possibly extending to the similar fate... Theaters;

123. Comique Theater City Directory Entry Comique Theater City Directory Entry Entry for the "Theatre Comique, Walnut, ne. cor. 4th." Theaters;

124. A High-Quality Facelift A High-Quality Facelift Review of the renovation of Quality Hill Playhouse, a 153-seat theater at 303 W. 10th Street in Kansas City. The first two phases of the three-phase project have been completed. Once the required funds... Theaters;

125. Gayety Theatre City Directory Entry Gayety Theatre City Directory Entry Listing of the "Gayety Building," at 127 West 12th Street, with a theater in operation from 1909 to 1935, and listing of the building from 1936 to 1949. Theaters;

126. Leader in Saving the Folly Leader in Saving the Folly Obituary of Joan Kent Dillon who led efforts to save the Folly Theater in the 1970s. When buildings started being demolished in downtown Kansas City in the 1960s and 1970s, Dillon began trying to save... Theaters;

127. Historic Theater Building to be Sold Historic Theater Building to be Sold The Armour Theatre, located in North Kansas City, has been sold to Butch Rigby, owner of the Screenland Crossroads Theatre and Screenland Granada. The theatre, currently owned by the city, will be restored... Theaters;

128. Comique Theater City Directory Entry Comique Theater City Directory Entry Entry for the "Theatre Comique, V. Love, propr., Walnut, ne. cor. 4th." Theaters;

129. A Historic Makeover A Historic Makeover The Midtown Theatre, located at 13th and Main in Kansas City, Missouri, is expected to reopen in the spring of 2008 following a $28 million makeover. The new renovations include cabaret seating and several... Theaters;

130. Chu Strikes Just the Right Note For the Arts and Business Chu Strikes Just the Right Note For the Arts and Business Profile of Jane Chu, incoming CEO of the Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts. She has degrees in piano performance and music education as well as a MBA from Rockhurst University and is persuing a doctorate... Theaters;

131. Coterie Theatre Enjoys 30 Years of Success Coterie Theatre Enjoys 30 Years of Success On June 8, 2008, the Coterie Theater celebrated its 30th anniversary. Over that time, the theater has hosted over 200 productions including 40 world premiers. Longtime artistic director, Jeff Church, and... Theaters;

132. Brand-New Digs, Bigger Shows Brand-New Digs, Bigger Shows Kansas City's largest performing arts organizations anticipate "big and better" performances for their 2011-2012 inaugural seasons at the new Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts. The Center is scheduled... Theaters;

133. Historic Club Seeks New Home Historic Club Seeks New Home Article about Rockhill Tennis Club's departure from 4520 Kenwood Avenue also tells about the history of the Club and building. At its previous location, 48th and Oak, the Club was host to the 1928 Davis... Tennis; Swimming pools; Country clubs; Tennis courts;

134. Dispute Pits Tennis Club Vs. Nelson Museum Dispute Pits Tennis Club Vs. Nelson Museum There is tension between the Rockhill neighborhood and the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art concerning the fate of the Rockhill Tennis Club. The museum trustees own the tennis club at 46th Street and Rockhill... Tennis courts; Galleries & museums; Neighborhoods;

135. Carry Nation's Crusade Is Not Forgotten Carry Nation's Crusade Is Not Forgotten Article describes Carrie Nation's connections to western Missouri. The temperance advocate lived on a farm near Peculiar as a child, visited family in Belton as an adult, and died in Leavenworth, Kansas.... Temperance;

136. A New Sportsman's Friend A New Sportsman's Friend In Steve Penn's "Commentary" column he features Wayne Hubbard of Kansas City, Kansas. Hubbard is host to a TV show called "Urban American Outdoors" shown in this area on the Metro Sports Channel. It has... Television programs; Outdoor cookery;

137. 'Love Our House. Thank You, America' 'Love Our House. Thank You, America' Kansas City, Kansas, family of Daniel Gilyeat thanked the community for their support while the ABC TV show "Extreme Makeover: Home Edition" replaced their leaky, drafty bungalow with "3,000 square feet,... Television programs; Houses;

138. Bill L. Wormington Bill L. Wormington Obituary for Bill L. Wormington who died August 16, 2008, in Hawaii at age 81. He was born October 17, 1926, in Dodge City, Kansas, and grew up in Topeka, Kansas. "Bill was a television pioneer in Kansas... Television production & direction;

139. Larry Moore Contributes Much More Than Voice To This City Larry Moore Contributes Much More Than Voice To This City Article about Larry Moore, local television news anchor at KMBC-TV. His longevity in Kansas City is noted and "he has the distinction of having anchored the news for more years than anyone in Kansas City."... Television news anchors;

140. KCPT Names New Leader KCPT Names New Leader Profile of Kliff Kuehl, hired to be president and CEO of Kansas City Public Television. Kuehl, 47, came from KNPF in Reno, Nevada. Kuehl replaces Victor Hogstram after an eight-month search. Television industry; Public television;