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1. 18th & Vine's New, New, New, New Day 18th & Vine's New, New, New, New Day January 1, 2007 Article describing efforts to develop the 18th & Vine area, including a discussion of retail and restaurant opportunities, as well as residential properties in the neighborhood.

2. A Natural A Natural February 1992 Photos and article about the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum in the 18th & Vine District with description of many of the league's former players such as Buck O'Neil, Satchel Paige, Woody Smallwood, Lefty...

3. Ahead of Her Time: Mary Rockwell Hook Ahead of Her Time: Mary Rockwell Hook April//1991 Photos and biographical article about Kansas City architect Mary Rockwell Hook (1877-1978), and her techniques and designs ahead of their time with residences built with stones and other materials from...

4. Black Gold South of the Border Black Gold South of the Border May 2008 Article profiles Jim "Blacky" Pryor, an independent oilman or "wildcatter" who operates out of Kansas City. Pryor launched his career in the 1980s drilling for oil in eastern Kansas. He founded the Pryor...

5. Can Small Business Survive the Big Hype? Can Small Business Survive the Big Hype? July 2007 Several small urban businesses are featured in this article including the Blue Gallery and Black Bamboo in the Crossroads Arts District, Cupini's restaurant at the corner of 12th and Walnut (with photo),...

6. Dunn and Dusted Dunn and Dusted February/March 2010 Pictures and article about JE Dunn Construction company's new headquarters at 10th and Locust streets. The six-story, 204,000-square-foot building, a "critical first piece" in the East Village redevelopment...

7. Function Meets Form Function Meets Form February/March 2010 Pictures and article about SFP's new office space. Founded in 1998 as Specialty Fertilizer Products, SFP was listed as No. 8 on "Inc." magazine's 2008 list of fastest growing American manufacturing companies....

8. Light Rail Rolls Light Rail Rolls July 2007 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...

9. Mary Rockwell Hook Mary Rockwell Hook Fall//1993 Portrait, photos, and article about Mary Rockwell Hook (1877-1978), "one of Kansas City, Missouri's most important early woman architects," designing mostly houses in Kansas City and across the South....

10. People Who Made a Difference People Who Made a Difference May 2000 Photos and biographical descriptions of "20 people who we believe had the greatest lasting impact on Kansas City and helped to define our city today": (1) Berenice Chouteau, (2) Father Bernard Donnelly,...

11. The Trouble With Troost The Trouble With Troost August 2007 Despite the title, the focus of the article is the resurgence of Troost Avenue over the last decade. While Troost was a thriving commercial and residential corridor in the early 20th century, by the 1960s...

12. There's a Green Glow at KCP&L's New Offices There's a Green Glow at KCP&L's New Offices October/November 2010 Kansas City Power and Light Company moved from 1201 Walnut to 12 floors of One Kansas City Place. The article has photographs and discusses the energy-efficient and sustainable-design of the office space....

13. Three Behind the Loft Boom Three Behind the Loft Boom May 2007 Article profiling three local developers, Roger Buford, Dale Schulte and Tom Trabon, who are responsible for converting some 20 historic downtown buidings into residential lofts. Some of their projects...

14. Vital New Life Vital New Life October 2008 Photos and article about the historic renovation of the Taylor Building at 17th and Walnut streets in the Crossroads Arts District. Bishop-McCann, a meetings and incentive travel company, occupies the...