Monthly Archives: February 2013

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UMKC does the Harlem Shake

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CineWomen: A Refreshing Showcase of Women in Film

A celebration of women’s accomplishments and inspiration to the women who follow

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UMKC Theatre Presents, “Eat This! KC Chews on the Politics of Food.” Alisha Espinosa plays the conflicted eater, Jamie Dufault is the chef and Logan Black is the farmer. Photo Courtesy: UMKC Theatre.

College Town. City Life.

UMKC’s weekly arts and culture roundup.

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Kauffman Foundation: ‘Startup visas’ could create 1.6 million U.S. jobs

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UMKC students apply marketing skills for Lee’s Summit thrift store

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Visitors who walk in to The Local Pig, 2618 Guinotte Ave., in Kansas City are greeted by this mural, which explains exactly what they are about to buy.
Photo Credit: Peggy Lowe / Harvest Public Media and KCUR

How Modern Times Have Impacted the Local Butcher

Kansas City's Butchers Talk Shop

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School of Dentistry Provides Free Dental Cleanings

Dental Hygiene Students Are Holding Screenings Saturday

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Respect, hospitality and friendship mark Tabata’s life

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Storm puts employees in tough spot about going to work

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UMKC Theatre’s ‘Eat This!’ Explores Journey From Farm To Plate

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