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1. Hangin' Out Hangin' Out May//1984 A tour through the favorite watering holes of Kansas City's politicians, lawyers, ad people, journalists, athletes, entertainers and, uh, professional wrestlers, including the following: Dr. Redbird's...

2. Homegrown: J. Kent Barnhart Homegrown: J. Kent Barnhart March 2002 Brief biographical sketch, with photograph, of J. Kent Barnhart, a multi-talented entertainer who grew up in Raytown and attended the UMKC Conservatory of Music.

3. How It All Began How It All Began December//1983 Comprehensive history of Kansas City's arts and entertainment, contrasting its "broader and higher form[s]," with photos and descriptions of various entertainers and entertainment venues. Description of...

4. Lonnie McFadden Lonnie McFadden February/March 2011 Article spotlights the entertainment career of Lonnie McFadden, a dancer, singer, and trumpet player. McFadden toured with R&B bands as a teenager before forming Lonnie and the Band with his brother Ronald,...

5. Memories of the Pla-Mor Memories of the Pla-Mor November-December//1974 History of the "recreation center" and dance hall at Main Street and 31st Terrace, razed in 1972 but host to such muscial entertainers as Stan Kenton, Jimmy Dorsey, and Frank Sinatra.

6. Ode to the Performing Arts Ode to the Performing Arts August 2007 This issue highlights specific people and groups in the arts community including the following. Sports (A League of Their Own) featuring the Roller Warriors, a women's roller derby; Opera (The Diva Next...

7. Robert Gunn: Featured Artist at Waldo Astoria Robert Gunn: Featured Artist at Waldo Astoria October-November//1973 Biographical article about Robert Gunn, "[t]he talented young artist who did the paintings lining the lobbies of the Waldo Astoria" in Kansas City, born in Washington, D. C., and coming to Kansas City...

8. Show Me Missouri History: Celebrating the Century, Part 2 Show Me Missouri History: Celebrating the Century, Part 2 April 2000 Second installment of excerpts from a video project by the State Historical Society of Missouri on the history of Missouri in the 20th century dealing with the years 1918-41. Photos and description of...

9. Something for the Stage Something for the Stage April 2008 The Charlotte Street Foundation, that reguarly give awards for the visual arts, has decided to include performing arts awards. The year 2008 "will mark the first-ever presentation of the Charlotte Street...

10. Top 10 Women Who Changed Missouri Top 10 Women Who Changed Missouri February 2012 Short biographical vignettes of ten women who influenced not only Missouri but the country, some the world. Women included are: Annie Turnbo Malone (1869-1957), one of first Black female millionaires;...

11. Twisters, Trains & Transitions Twisters, Trains & Transitions June 2008 Article with photographs about John William "Blind" Boone, the piano virtuoso from the 1800s. It includes a color photograph of his piano that was specially made for him by Chickering & Sons in Boston...