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100 Mistakes That Changed History

What if everything you or I did had the potential to change history, impact the world and alter life as we know it? That’s a burden most of us wouldn’t want. But, men and women in that very position throughout history have risen to the occasion … and made very stupid decisions, the consequences of […]

New Book Brings KC History Up To Date

From stories of mafia thugs to the tales of the underground railroad, Kansas City has a rich and fascinating history. Few people truly appreciate the heritage, but that is not the case for archivist and historian David Jackson. He has spent years studying the history of this grand, old town and his latest book, “Kansas […]

‘Wouldn’t It Be Loverly’ Captures Hearts @ MTH

The joy of hearing songs you’ve known and enjoyed your whole life can feel “Almost Like Being In Love,” to steal a phrase. That bliss is what audiences at Musical Theater Heritage (MTH) in Crown Center are feeling when they see “Wouldn’t It Be Loverly.” The show is dedicated to the theatrical tunes of the […]

Lenexa Church Rings In Christmas Among Barn Animals

Kaw Prairie Community Church in Lenexa is buzzing with excitement, eager to celebrate the birth of the Jesus through five Christmas services at two locations this year. “The Kaw Prairie Christmas Services are a sacred thing — but a sacred thing on the move — kind of like Jesus’ birth was,” said Kaw Prairie Pastor […]

A Standing O For A Longstanding Tradition

“Fiddler on the Roof” continues the tradition of great theater at the Jewish Community Center of Greater Kansas City (The J), taking the stage Nov. 8-23. This production, which is one of Broadway’s longest running shows, had the sold out audiences in White Theatre on opening weekend on their feet cheering. “Fiddler on the Roof” […]

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