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1. An Oasis Imperiled An Oasis Imperiled August 3, 2004 Editorial decrying a proposed change to Oppenstein Brothers Memorial Park, "one of the most inviting public spaces in Kansas City," located at 12th and Walnut. According to the author, the city's plan...

2. Art in the Loop and Oppenstein Park Art in the Loop and Oppenstein Park April 2007 The commission for the Art in the Loop project in Oppenstein Park has been awarded to Laura DeAngelis.

3. Boley Building Boley Building 1999 View looking west, shows corner of Oppenstein Park,

4. City and Skyways Connected City and Skyways Connected April 2008 Article describes the renovation of Oppenstein Brothers Memorial Park at 12th and Walnut. Artist Laura DeAngelis incorporated themes from the natural world and "the mathematical order of the movements...

5. Extreme Makeover Extreme Makeover December 7, 2007 Article with color photographs about efforts to beautify downtown streetscapes with plantings, walkways, etc.

6. Old Cafeteria Being Razed near Downtown Park Old Cafeteria Being Razed near Downtown Park March 22, 2005 Article about the razing of the old Myron Green Cafeteria building at 1115 Walnut St. The building, which was just north of Oppenstein Brothers Memorial Park, was demolished in March, 2005.

7. Oppenstein Park Oppenstein Park 1989 Looking northeast at fountain; located on northeast corner of 12th and Walnut.

8. Park Visitors Will See Stars Park Visitors Will See Stars January 14, 2007 The sculpture "Rain Thicket" located in Oppenstein Park (12th and Walnut) is scheduled to be torn down and replaced with a new makeover of the space, courtesy of Art in the Loop. The park is owned by Jackson...

9. Reach for the Stars Reach for the Stars January 20, 2008 Cover story about artist Laura De Angelis and her work on the new design for Oppenstein Brothers Memorial Park at 12th and Walnut streets called "Celestial Flyways." "The centerpiece of the redesigned...