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Royce Handy

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Royce is a staff writer. Email him at rhandy@unews.com.

Aaron Alexander brings life to hip hop via death

If you haven’t heard of Aaron Alexander by now, you’re not following the evolution of Hip-Hop in Kansas City. His Latest release, Memento Mori,...

Got Milk? | Kye Colors shines with new mixtape

Hip-Hop artist, Kye Colors, recently ensured you won't be able to overlook the 17-year-old artist when it comes to the Kansas City music scene. Previously...

Tender Shines at UMKC Gallery of Art

The UMKC Gallery of Art started its 2017 exhibitions with “Tender,” a seven-piece display of installations, various textures, furniture and more. While trying to...

Doctor Strange Continues Marvel’s Hot Streak

Movies based on the Marvel Comics universe have not always been good.  Starting with the 1944 version of Captain America, various studios have attempted...

The Invisible Hand shines at KC Rep

The Kansas City Repertory theatre is continuing its 2016-17 season with its second play, The Invisible Hand. The play offers a new perspective on...

Democrats Host Political Breakfast at Peachtree Restaurant

This past Saturday, Kansas City political club Freedom Inc. hosted a breakfast at the Peachtree Restaurant Buffet. The breakfast included a Q & A...

The Black Archives Showcases World Class Poetry

Earlier this month, the Black Archives of Mid-America hosted Dominique Christina for their Mbembe Milton Smith Poetry Series. ...

Evita comes to KC Repertory Theatre

The Kansas City Repertory Theatre kicked off its 2016/17 season of events on September 9th with Evita, the story of an Argentina political leader...

KC Activists Use Art to Heal

This past Saturday local activist group One Struggle KC and their Latino/a counterpart Una Lucha KC—“one struggle” in Spanish—came together to create their first...

Aquaponics Aim to Change KC’s Eastside

When you think of the east side of Kansas City, urban areas around the nation and poor nations around the world, you can picture...
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