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161. Lights, Camera, Long! Lights, Camera, Long! It is hoped that a film about Robert Long and his contributions to Kansas City will be made soon. Richard Luckin is to produce the film. The article quotes Luckin as: "It's a beautiful story of a man from...

162. Lights! Camera! Kansas City! Lights! Camera! Kansas City! Article about movies filmed on-location in Kansas City, sometimes for its "retro" appearance.

163. Lights Transition New City Hall into Luminous Pillar Lights Transition New City Hall into Luminous Pillar

164. Lights and Shadows of Kansas History Lights and Shadows of Kansas History Speech (given by the president of the Kansas State Historical Society) about the certainties and uncertainties of Kansas history back to prehistoric geologic events and climatic changes, various Indian...

165. Lighton Studio Lighton Studio File contains information and photocopies of photographs of the Lighton Studio at 1718 Holly, Kansas City, Missouri, and Gertrude Woolf Lighton, initiator of the Lighton Studio for artists in the 1920s.... Artists; Artists' studios;

166. Lighting Up the Avenue Lighting Up the Avenue The 2006 Avenue of the Arts is the seventh time for the annual display. For this year six pieces are on display along Central Avenue between Ninth and 14th Streets. Milton Stevenson's artwork which is...

167. Lighting News: C. A. B. Halvorson Lighting News: C. A. B. Halvorson Photo and biographical article about C. A. B. Halvorson, "distinguished pioneer in street lighting developments," winning awards with his career starting in 1898 with the General Electric Company and proceeding...

168. Lighting a Fire for Prairie Lighting a Fire for Prairie Article describes the mission and history of the Missouri Prairie Foundation. The organization was founded in 1966 by a small group of Missourians alarmed by the loss of tallgrass prairie in the state.... Prairies; Conservation of natural resources;

169. Light-Rail Proposal Takes Two More Hits Light-Rail Proposal Takes Two More Hits HNTB Corp., consultants for the light-rail plan for Kansas City, reported that there isn't enough money to fund the $1.5 billion proposed system. On the same day, the City Council learned that the petition... Transportation; Railroads; Mass transit;

170. Light Rail Rolls Light Rail Rolls In November 2006, Kansas City voters approved a light rail plan proposed by long-time light rail proponent Clay Chastain. Critics of the plan charge that it is not economically feasibe; however, the Kansas... Transportation; Mass transit

171. Light Rail Petition Looks to "Veto" Chamber of Commerce Decision Light Rail Petition Looks to "Veto" Chamber of Commerce Decision Discusses a petition drive led by activist Clay Chastain to demonstrate public approval of light rail to Kansas City International Airport, despite the Chamber of Commerce's determination that the public...

172. Light Rail Initiative Mirrors FOCUS Report, Competes with City Proposal Light Rail Initiative Mirrors FOCUS Report, Competes with City Proposal Article describing how Clay Chastain's light rail initiative meets requirements of Kansas City's FOCUS development plan.

173. Light Rail Challenge Light Rail Challenge Describes various factors contributing to the difficulty of implementing light rail in Kansas City.

174. Light Rail a Heavy Headache Light Rail a Heavy Headache Article about the proposed light rail service planned to not pass through Northeast Kansas City but to the west and south of it, with information on its approval rating in the neighborhood. Also comparison...

175. Light in the Early West: Berenice Chouteau Light in the Early West: Berenice Chouteau Biographical book about the life of Berenice Chouteau (1801-1888), the first white woman in the Kansas City area in 1821 along with her husband Francois. Book contains several illustrations and descriptions,...

176. Lifetime Expectation--Kansas City Artist Creates Enduring Art Lifetime Expectation--Kansas City Artist Creates Enduring Art Short article about Kansas City artist Carolyn Payne. Payne creates paintings on ceramic tiles that become murals. Her work can be found across the states and at the Country Club Plaza. She started Payne... Artists; Arts & crafts; Murals; Painting;

177. Lifetime Achievement Lifetime Achievement The recipients of the Edward Tanner awards include El Dorado Inc. for architecture (Holbrook Loft); John Rufenacht Associates for interior design; and Outdoor Environments Inc. for construction. Edward... Awards; Architecture;

178. Lifestyles: Study Links Prayer to Recovery in Heart Patients Lifestyles: Study Links Prayer to Recovery in Heart Patients Article about the study by Dr. William Harris "and other researchers at the Mid America Heart Institute, the heart program of St. Luke's Hospital in Kansas City, MO," revealing higher recovery rates in...

179. Lifestyles: Kansas City, MO, Homeless Couple Weds after They Met at Soup Kitchen Lifestyles: Kansas City, MO, Homeless Couple Weds after They Met at Soup Kitchen Photos and article about the wedding of a homeless couple (LaToyya West and Raymond Robinson) at the soup kitchen "at the Grand Avenue Temple United Methodist Church in Kansas City, MO."

180. Lifestyles of the Rich and Subsidized Lifestyles of the Rich and Subsidized Article analyzes the use of property tax abatements to encourage development of Downtown real estate.