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Two Weeks of Fun, FREE Music in the Ozarks

What better way to spend a summer evening in the Ozarks than listening?  The night air is filled with chirpings, trills and croakings. At first it’s a ceaseless cacophony. Then, you really listen.  You start to pick apart the separate calls. Now you can hear the deep brassy bellow of the bullfrog, calling five times […]

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KCPT: Arts Worth Watching

KCPT brings the arts to your living room seven days a week. This July, A Capitol Fourth, America’s national Independence Day celebration, kicks off our country’s 242nd birthday with an all-star musical extravaganza broadcast live from the West Lawn of the U.S. Capitol. With 20 cameras positioned around the city, viewers are front and center […]

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Editor’s Weekend Calendar Picks, June 14 – 17

Time for weekend calendar picks from KC Studio editor Alice Thorson. Premiering tonight, Metropolitan Ensemble Theatre presents their production of The Unsinkable Molly Brown, running through June 24th at the Warwick Theatre. Friday, Saturday and Sunday, the Kansas City Symphony performs Mendelssohn and Haydn with Augustin Hadelich on violin. Saturday night will be busy, with […]

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Maker Faire Has Something for Everyone

From food-lovers to engineers, ceramicists to scientists, gamers to teachers, Maker Faire Kansas City is sure to entice everyone. This family-friendly festival of innovation, creativity, and play welcomes Makers who pursue their innovative ideas and work to bring them to life. Enjoy hundreds of local maker booths, dozens of food trucks, new featured attractions, and […]

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