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1. A KC Museum Revamp A KC Museum Revamp December 20, 2007 The Kansas City Museum will close on January 7, 2008, and not reopen until 2010 or later. The museum, known as Corinthian Hall, and the carriage house will get new windows and doors and be cleared of lead...

2. Exhibit Planners Aim for a Big Hit Exhibit Planners Aim for a Big Hit June 22, 2007 Union Station officials have decided to "go for more of the blockbuster shows." Article includes floor plan for the sub-basement which would increase the space for temporary exhibits from the current 6,000...

3. Local Libraries Offer Up Much More than Books Local Libraries Offer Up Much More than Books February 26, 2014 Article describes various initiatives by Kansas City-area public libraries to introduce new technologies and diversified programming in order to attract patrons and remain relevant in an age when book...

4. Station Exhibit Hits the Jackpot Station Exhibit Hits the Jackpot May 18, 2007 Attracting 177,782 visitors, the Dead Sea Scrolls exhibit was the most successful ever at Union Station. As a result, the station is projected to end the year with a budget surplus for the first time since...

5. Trouble Brings Loss of Status Trouble Brings Loss of Status September 1, 2007 The American Association of Museums has denied professional accreditation to Union Station citing "no track record of financial stability." Station officials acknowledge that the lack of accreditation...