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Girls see toned feminine bodies as preferable to skinny feminine our bodies: research

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Discussion Examining Young Hemingway & Dos Passos and World War I-Themed LEGO Program Highlight January Events at National WWI Museum And Memorial

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UMKC’s new building project funded with millions in gifts and state money

The University of Missouri-Kansas City will construct another building on its Volker Campus with millions from donors and the state.

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Heart and soul: UMKC celebrates Entrepreneur of the Year Awards (photos)

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Local economist talks impact of senate tax bill

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Chuck Haddix: KC’s Premier Connoisseur of American Music

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Beer Hour with Daniel McIntosh

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Kansas City Designated a ‘Music City’ by UNESCO

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Shao Zheng: emerging classical music composer of a new generation

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Local CPA named as Kansas Emerging Leader of the Year

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