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Scare Up Some Halloween Plans Saturday

  Halloween is on Saturday this weekend and unless you’re in New York cheering on the Royals, (GO ROYALS!) you are probably looking for something different to do with your kids. No kids? Don’t be scared, there are plenty of adult oriented Halloween happenings in KC.   Free Fun for Kiddos Saturday October 31st  Scare-It Halloween at Kansas City Museum Kansas City Museum’s annual trick … Continue reading Scare Up Some Halloween Plans Saturday

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Five Yummy and Cheap KC Lunches

Looking for something different for lunch that tastes delicious but easy on the wallet? Whether you’re on your own with a good book, with co-workers, or out with a friend, choose one of these hot spots for your midday meal. Best Regards Bakery & Cafe You Overland Parkers have got it made with this great little find, but I assure you it’s worth the drive … Continue reading Five Yummy and Cheap KC Lunches

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Remembering Old Westport – The Harris- Kearney House

Long time Kansas City residents often say they never knew about the gorgeous house hidden in Westport behind Prydes but there was a day when it, and its owners’ hotel, the Harris House, was the center of activity and culture in Westport. The Harris-Kearney House located on 4000 Baltimore Avenue in Westport, stands proud today with many stories to tell about the families that built … Continue reading Remembering Old Westport – The Harris- Kearney House

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Embrace the Fall Starting this Weekend

Fall is officially here and October is around the corner. Some of Kansas City’s best events occur during this crisp season and many start this weekend. There’s only so many hours in the weekend and with so much to choose from, it may be hard to decide what to pick! Get scared with The Beast and The Edge of Hell Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays starting … Continue reading Embrace the Fall Starting this Weekend

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Re-living the 1920’s at Old Shawnee Town

Ever wonder about the life on a Kansas farm in 1929? You don’t have to go far to experience the quiet simplicity of farm life how it was in Shawnee at the first part of the 20th century.  Just head to Old Shawnee Town at 11501 West 57th Street in Shawnee where you will learn about the “truck farmers” that were so prevalent then. The self-sustaining farms … Continue reading Re-living the 1920’s at Old Shawnee Town