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Kansas City’s Downtown Renaissance Continues With Major Redevelopment Opportunity

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Summerfest celebrates 25th anniversary with a pair of stunning performances

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Fringe Festival for the classical fan, from dance to world music

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Our Students. Our Story. #UMKCGoingPlaces

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UMKC to Host Latino Americans Film Series

Federal grant to university libraries funds film-and-discussion sessions

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UMKC Doctoral Student To Study Influential Composer

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BWW Review: TRIBES Continues at the Unicorn Theatre Though June 28

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Emerging talents shine at Quality Hill Playhouse

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Conservatory Voice Instructor Teaches Western Classical Music

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With deafness a major issue in ‘Tribes,’ director sought authenticity

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