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an American in Paris Will Grace Starlight Stage This July

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an American in Paris Will Grace Starlight Stage This July

an American in Paris Will Grace Starlight Stage This July An American in Paris, the most-awarded new musical of 2015 and winner of four Tony Awards, will make its Kansas City debut at Starlight Theatre on July 11-16. The national touring production is the fourth show of Starlight’s 67th Broadway season and one of three…

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The Kansas City Friday News Link Look

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The Kansas City Friday News Link Look

The Kansas City Friday News Link Look City leaders are still pointing to Kansas City’s downtown as an economic development success story. Taxpayers lose millions each year in subsidies for corporate headquarters, luxury apartment buildings, entertainment districts, and other projects. Start the conversation, or Read more at Tony’s Kansas City. Add your comments below Copyright…

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The Kansas City Soggy Friday Start

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The Kansas City Soggy Friday Start

The Kansas City Soggy Friday Start Vanessa hotness starts this soggy Friday morning as we check some of the top local links to start the day. Checkit: Nothing could have prepared Susan Sommers and Larry Roeder for what they saw when they arrived at the scene of their Northeast Kansas City renovation project on September…

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The Kansas City Link Pool Right Now

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The Kansas City Link Pool Right Now

The Kansas City Link Pool Right Now Scarritt Renaissance Neighborhood Association volunteers descended upon the lower level of The Concourse on Saturday, June 13 to build a brand new playground for 2-5 year old children. Earlier in the week, LISC honored the neighborhood association with an award for “Best Use of Public Space” for its…

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Man accused of fatally shooting man he thought was a demon

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Man accused of fatally shooting man he thought was a demon

Man accused of fatally shooting man he thought was a demon A Kansas City, Missouri, man is jailed on $150,000 bond after being accused of a drug-related shooting death of a man he thought was a demon. Jackson County prosecutors charged 30-year-old Prince Conrad with second-degree murder and armed criminal action in Monday’s death of…

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Willie Nelson returning after canceled concert

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Willie Nelson returning after canceled concert

Willie Nelson returning after canceled concert Willie Nelson & Family are coming back to Kansas City after severe weather interfered with their performance at Starlight Theatre earlier this month. Nelson was originally supposed to play on June 17, but rain and lightning forced organizers to cancel the rest of the performance before he even took…

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More Deets On Horrific Kansas City Playground Gunfight Betwixt Two Youngsters

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More Deets On Horrific Kansas City Playground Gunfight Betwixt Two Youngsters

More Deets On Horrific Kansas City Playground Gunfight Betwixt Two Youngsters Once again there’s a constant lament over the lack of gun safety in Kansas City that always seems to crack down on Constitutional Rights. Additionally, word thrown around social media is that the shooting is even more serious than initial reports revealed. Start the…

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Right to work opponents not dismayed by ruling

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Right to work opponents not dismayed by ruling

Right to work opponents not dismayed by ruling A Cole County court ruling Thursday could put a referendum to repeal Missouri‘s right-to-work law in jeopardy, but local unions vowed to appeal. A Missouri nurse and two Kansas City police officers filed a lawsuit against Mike Louis, president of the Jefferson City-based Missouri AFL-CIO, in January,…

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Postal worker indicted for stealing cards, DVDs

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Postal worker indicted for stealing cards, DVDs

Postal worker indicted for stealing cards, DVDs Terry G. Williams was indicted and took a plea agreement on a federal charge of theft of mail by a postal service employee Thursday. According to court documents, Williams worked at a mail processing and distribution Center at 1700 Cleveland in Kansas City, Mo. Start the conversation, or…

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Urban KC farmers market fights HOA to stay open

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Urban KC farmers market fights HOA to stay open

Urban KC farmers market fights HOA to stay open A family-owned farm in Kansas City has been hosting a farmers market for several years, but since it’s held in a residential area, the homeowners association now says it has to go. Loud House Farm is located along east 113th Street in south Kansas City. Start…

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