All posts tagged "KC"

  • Time to get ‘fringey’

    Preparations for the 2012 KC Fringe Festival, a fun local avante-garde arts festival that debuted in 2004, are well underway. This year’s fest runs July...

  • SIFE Financial Corner

    As the semester comes to a close, many students anticipate summer break. While some students from Kansas City use the time off to travel, others...

  • Young The Giant hits KC with ‘Guns Out’

    Sold-out tour with supporting artist GROUPLOVE surpasses expectations Young The Giant and supporting artist GROUPLOVE’s sold-out performance packed thousands of eager fans into Kansas City’s Midland Theatre on Friday, causing traffic...

  • Rented out of house and home

    After Spring Break, the semester will fly by, and students may ask, “Where going to live next school year?” If we don’t intend to stay...

  • All around KC: The River Market

    Wedged between the Missouri River and Central Business District, the River Market was the first incorporated section of Kansas City, and second-most longstanding neighborhood after...

  • Castle on the Hill and the KC public school district

    We are all familiar with the horrid destruction of our Kansas City school district. For years now, our education centers have glided down a slope....

  • Give us a break

    I have a problem with Thanksgiving break. My problem, however, isn’t with Thanksgiving itself and I definitely have no problem at all with having breaks....

  • Method: Mod fashion for men in the Crossroads Arts District

    It’s beyond trendy – that’s almost an insult. It’s vogue. It’s grown. It’s smart. It’s swag and sexy and everything in-between. It’s Method at 18th...

  • Please just give me…One More Cup

    One More Cup is a tiny coffee shop tucked away on a strip of stores and restaurants. However, the small shop makes up for its...

  • Fashion Night Out

    Fashion enthusiasts from across the Kansas City area joined in with Chicago, New York City, and LA among other high profile cities around the globe...