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181. 'Maccabeat!' Musical a Jewish Holiday Alternative 'Maccabeat!' Musical a Jewish Holiday Alternative As part of the first Kansas City Crossroads Musical Theater Festival, Theater League will present a staged reading of Mark Edelman's new musical "Maccabeat!". Edelman is president of the Theater League...

182. 'Modern Man' 'Modern Man' Profile and interview with Emmy Award-winning actor Eric Stonestreet. Stonestreet is a native of Kansas City, Kansas and attended Kansas State University. He credits growing up in the Midwest as inspiring...

183. 'Mother of Youth Court' Dies 'Mother of Youth Court' Dies Kansas City humanitarian Mildred Watson served as the first female commissioner in the juvenile division of the Jackson County Circuit Court and was referred to as "the mother of youth court". She died...

184. Firefighter's Firefighter: George C. Hale Firefighter's Firefighter: George C. Hale Biographical article about George Consider Hale, or George Hale (1850-1923), Kansas City's second fire chief from 1882 to 1902, following Colonel Frank Foster, during an era when "[c]onflagration [fire]...

185. Firebrand In a Powder Keg: Nathaniel Lyon in St. Louis Firebrand In a Powder Keg: Nathaniel Lyon in St. Louis Nathaniel Lyon's life story is retold at the beginning of this article, setting the scene for his involvement in the Kansas-Missouri border troubles and in the early part of the Civil War in Missouri....

186. 'Nature Scarcely ever Formed a More Beautiful Place . . . . ' 'Nature Scarcely ever Formed a More Beautiful Place . . . . ' Overview of the travels of Zebulon Pike's Southwestern Expedition of 1806 through what is now the state of Kansas. The author writes that Pike and his men entered Kansas just north of present-day Fort...

187. 'Necklace' is a Jewel 'Necklace' is a Jewel Review of of show at Review Studios, 1708 Campbell, by Lynus Young.

188. 'Never once' did Rodriguez expect reward 'Never once' did Rodriguez expect reward Paul Rodriguez is the 2003 recipient of Commerce Bank's Community Service Award. Rodriguez built his company, Rodriguez Mechanical Contractors, from a small start-up business to one of Greater Kansas City's...

189. 'Old Clay Is Some Punkins' (A History of Clay County) 'Old Clay Is Some Punkins' (A History of Clay County) Short description of Washington Dale, referred to as the oldest Missourian at 109 years old, living in Clay County in 1821 and in Kansas City during the Civil War emancipation.

190. 'Organ Crawl' And Open House at Six St. Joseph Churches 'Organ Crawl' And Open House at Six St. Joseph Churches Article on tour by American Guild of Orgnists provides brief descriptions of six St. Joseph churches.

191. 'Overjoyed' At Being An Exile 'Overjoyed' At Being An Exile Steve Penn's "Commentary" feature column provides information about Pete O'Neal and his communicating by speaker phone from Tanzania, Africa to a group gathered at the Bruce R. Watkins Cultural Center...

192. Fire Station 23 Rededicated Fire Station 23 Rededicated Thanks to Kansas City voters who approved a quarter-cent sales tax in August 2001, Fire Station 23 at 4777 Independence Ave. is the latest station to receive upgrades to make it a modern and comfortable...

193. Fashionable Pearl Street Fashionable Pearl Street Mention of Reverend R. S. Symington as the pastor of "the first Presbyterian church in Kansas City" held in 1857 in the parlor of the home of W. G. Barkley at the southeast corner of 3rd Street and Delaware...

194. A Memorial and Biographical Record of Kansas City, Mo. A Memorial and Biographical Record of Kansas City, Mo. Biographical sketch of Captain Francis Davis, born in Washington County, Missouri, in 1838 and moving to Jackson County as a child, becoming engaged in the Civil War, returning to find his farm destroyed...

195. A Memorial and Biographical Record of Kansas City, Mo. A Memorial and Biographical Record of Kansas City, Mo. Biographical sketch of Jesse Cole, a farmer in Brooking Township, born in Tennessee in 1840, moving to Missouri in 1842.

196. A Memorial at Kansas City, Missouri A Memorial at Kansas City, Missouri Illustrations and descriptions of the award-winning designs for the memorial located at Penn Valley Park.

197. A Midtown Renaissance A Midtown Renaissance Article about the revitalization of Westport and/or Midtown Kansas City, including business organizations and neighborhood associations reclaiming the area after decades of post-war suburban flight, through...

198. Fashionable Pearl Street Fashionable Pearl Street Description of W. G. Barkley, his business partnership with Jesse Riddlesbarger "on the Levee," and Barkley's house at 3rd and Delaware Streets, the site of "the first Presbyterian church in Kansas City"...

199. A Missouri House Has Had Two Masters in 111 Years A Missouri House Has Had Two Masters in 111 Years Photos and biographical article about the German pioneer family Isaiah Mansur, druggists arriving in Ray County, Missouri, about 1837. Description of Isaiah, Sr., born in Vermont in 1815 and building his...

200. A Meter Still Running A Meter Still Running Review of painting show at the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art.