The Whole Person’s 8th Annual Expressions Art Exhibition celebrates artists’ abilities and unique talents. The exhibition adds diversity to the arts community and exposes audiences to art that otherwise might not be seen. Expressions breaks down some of the barriers that artists with disabilities face, offering art gallery experiences that are accessible to people of all abilities.
Since 1977, Classic Cup has delivered a rich experience that has tantalized the taste buds of thousands of satisfied customers. Classic Cup is known for great views and delectable food. Their award-winning chefs offer you invigorating cooking, served with fresh local ingredients and classic recipes to ensure your continued satisfaction. Find out what all of […]
Featured in the March/April 2018 edition of Martha Stewart Living, interior designer, Kimberlie Rice showcases her aesthetic sensibilities and client-focused approach to home decorating. Included in the article are various photos of R. Designs’ work. With more than 15 years of experience, Kim transforms any space into a stylish interior. Implementing her strong sense of […]
The Kansas City Museum accomplished significant milestones in 2017. Our project team completed comprehensive architectural design master planning with International Architects Atelier; launched the #MakingAMuseumKC capital campaign and fundraising initiative led by Honorary Chairs and Members Mr. Bill Dunn, Sr., Mr. Henry Bloch, Mr. Edward T. Matheny, Jr., Mrs. Anita Gorman, Mr. Carl J. DiCapo, and Mr. Ollie Gates; kicked off restoration and […]
As wealth grows, life becomes more complex. Many successful people are challenged to find the time to both properly manage wealth and focus on their interests and passions. That’s why Buttonwood Financial Group exists. Our primary goal is to simplify the financial process for individuals and families that would like to protect and grow their […]
Driving in the Crossroads Arts District three years ago, Dr. Richard Barohn saw something in the window of Weinberger Fine Art that piqued his interest — a large black-and-white painting of his science hero, Charles Darwin. At least he thought it was a painting. On closer inspection, the avid art collector and vice chancellor of […]