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1. 63rd Street: A Vital Link 63rd Street: A Vital Link February 13, 2013 Article focuses on the history, diversity, and gradual rebirth of the 63rd Street Corridor, which stretches from State Line Road east into Raytown, Missouri. The road is described as a "vital artery" that...

2. A Big Day for Protests A Big Day for Protests October 8, 2010 On October 7, 2010, two anti-nuclear protestors interrupted a council meeting at City Hall bearing a sign stating “Stop Building Nuclear War.” The protestors oppose the construction of the Honeywell...

3. A New Heritage of Frustrations A New Heritage of Frustrations November 24, 2013 Article summarizes the current state of the 18th & Vine Jazz District redevelopment plan and problems that have held back its progress. Emanuel Cleaver, Ollie Gates, Troy Schulte, and other interested...

4. A Positive Power Force A Positive Power Force April 29, 2013 Profile on Inez Kaiser, a Kansas City civil rights activist known for her work in promoting the role of African-American women in business and community service. In the 1950s, Kaiser began her career as...

5. A Safe Haven for Former Prostitutes A Safe Haven for Former Prostitutes January 9, 2011 Veronica's Voice, an organization founded by Kristy Childs, received an anonymous donation to establish a new home (location undisclosed) called Magdalene Manor as a safe haven for women and girls trying...

6. A Star is Born A Star is Born September 17, 2011 Article describes the opening night reception at the Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts. Festivities included performances by the Kansas City Ballet, the Kansas City Symphony, and opera star Placido...

7. Actor's Charity Takes up KC Cause Actor's Charity Takes up KC Cause February 21, 2012 The Make It Right Foundation (founded by Hollywood superstar Brad Pitt) and BNIM architects will renovate the former Bancroft School at 4300 Tracy Ave. that was closed in 2000. "The $14 million project...

8. Ailey Troupe's New Chief Stops By Ailey Troupe's New Chief Stops By April 14, 2011 Judith Jamison, longtime artisitic director of the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater, is passing the baton to Robert Battle. Jamison began her career with the Ailey Dance Theater in 1965 as a dancer and...

9. Another Kind of Food Truck Another Kind of Food Truck August 3, 2011 The Beans & Greens Mobile Market brings a mobile unit filled with affordable fruits and vegetables to older, urban neighborhoods. Argentine, Marlborough, and the West Side benefit from this service. The...

10. Antebellum Homes Now Antebellum Homes Now May 29, 2011 Cover story on the antebellum homes in the Kansas City metro area, especially in Weston and Lexington, Missouri. Brief histories on some of the structures are included, as well as pictures of the homes....

11. Beacon Hill Gains Momentum Beacon Hill Gains Momentum May 12, 2010 Article reports that "the first six new town homes are finished and for sale in Beacon Hill, another milestone in Kansas City's decade-long effort to revitalize the neighborhood just east of downtown."...

12. Between Rock and a Good Place Between Rock and a Good Place January 29, 2012 Article profiles twelve women who are influencing the local music scene in various ways: Kristie Stremel, soloist and former member of Frogpond and Exit 159; Hearts of Darkness singers Brandy Gordon, Rachel...

13. Big Downtown 'Y' Proposed Big Downtown 'Y' Proposed December 17, 2011 The YMCA at 10th and Oak streets has been closed from 30 years. It was razed in 1999 to "make way for Ilus W. Davis Park." David Byrd, who became president and CEO of the YMCA of Greater Kansas City in...

14. Big Game in the Big City Big Game in the Big City January 8, 2012 Article about the program that allows bow-hunting within the boundaries of Kansas City. The program, managed by the Missouri Department of Conservation, is “designed to reduce deer and the problems they...

15. Biggest Benefits Will Be Intangible Biggest Benefits Will Be Intangible July 9, 2012 Article discussing the potential economic impact of the 2012 MLB All-Star Game on Kansas City. Between 150,000 and 200,000 people are expected to attend events held around the city, bringing in an estimated...

16. Bringing Wilt, Phog to Life Bringing Wilt, Phog to Life September 1, 2012 Article reports on the filming of "Jayhawkers" in Lawrence, Kansas, a movie depicting the relationship between basketball player Wilt Chamberlain and University of Kansas coach Phog Allen. It is the sixth...

17. Crescendo of Guest Artists at Symphony's New Home Crescendo of Guest Artists at Symphony's New Home January 15, 2011 Article details the plans for the 2011-12 season for the Kansas City Symphony that will help "to inaugurate the Symphony's state-of-the-art performance home, the 1,600 seat Helzberg Hall." The program...

18. Designing Kansas City Designing Kansas City November 7, 2010 Cover story about Ralph Ochsner, CEO of the 100-year old planning and landscape architecture firm Ochsner Hare & Hare. The firm works to revitalize small towns but is also well known for the designs of...

19. Down-Home Wineries Down-Home Wineries August 21, 2011 Article profiles six Kansas City-area wineries: Jowler Creek Vineyard and Winery, Amigoni Urban Winery, Stone Pillar Vineyard and Winery, BlueJacket Crossing Vineyard and Winery, Holy-Field Vineyard and...

20. Finding Faith in the Food Desert Finding Faith in the Food Desert July 16, 2011 The Invanhoe nieghborhood has gained a new corner grocery store, World Harvest Learning Center/Good Natured Local Market, at 3400 Woodland Ave. The building was built in the 1920s as a Jewish funeral home....