Thursday, October 22, 2020
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Prices get sliced for Pizza Week 2019

Pepperoni, sausage, mushrooms, and if you have no taste, pineapple. These are just some of the ingredients that make pizza great, but...

“The Cherry Orchard” blooms at the MET

Anton Chekhov’s classic play “The Cherry Orchard,” adapted by Tom Stoppard and directed by Todd Lanker for Kansas City’s Metropolitan Ensemble Theatre,...

Best Concert Venue

1. The Midland, 1228 Main St., Kansas City, Mo. 64105 The Midland Theatre, also known as the Arvest Bank Theatre at the Midland, has hosted...

The Unicorn puts on a bold new play

There will be those who try to tell you theatre is dead, that all the best plays have already been written and theatre fell...

Save the date

Monday, Dec. 6 Law exams begin. Immigration Reform: Speak your mind on Arizona SB1070 Immigration Law, sponsored by the Activity and Program Council. The event will...

The right In-gre-di-ent

Ingredient doesn’t disappoint. The interior consists of a sleek, modern atmosphere, and dares to present an exciting difference: Fresh ingredients. The chicken noodle soup was creamy...

New spin on pizza

Spin! Neapolitan Pizza is a great place to enjoy lunch or go to dinner with friends. It has a very friendly atmosphere and the waiters...

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Live blog: the second presidential debate

Henry Gamber: Trump is the underdog right now. What he needed was a miracle, and that miracle didn't happen. I don't expect...

BLACKPINK’s global success shines in new Netflix documentary, “BLACKPINK: LIGHT UP THE SKY”

Whether you’re a fan of them or not, BLACKPINK’s success is no secret to anyone. From being the first K-pop girl group...

Netflix docuseries “Deaf U” review and interview with Kansan cast member Renate Rose

Netflix’s recent docuseries, “Deaf U,” explores the relationships between deaf and hard-of-hearing students at Gallaudet University in Washington D.C. Within a week,...

Union Station to host Holocaust exhibit this summer

An Auschwitz exhibit is coming to Union Station Kansas City this June, and local Holocaust survivor Judy Jacobs urges all to see...