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Eugene Richards: The Run of Time

We live in an age in which facts have become suspect, and attention spans have eroded. We consume the majority of our news through television and online media sources that

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Imagination and Artistry Soars at the Conservatory

In a city with abundant dance opportunities, the dance faculty at the Conservatory pride themselves on producing motivated and advanced students who perform throughout their student careers and are ready to join professional companies after graduation. Students have performed the Kansas City Ballet’s Nutcracker, Romeo and Juliet and Firebird, the Nutcracker tour with Albany Berkshire Ballet, Setting the Stage with Friends of Alvin Ailey and more.

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Eugene Richards: The Run of Time

We live in an age in which facts have become suspect, and attention spans have eroded. We consume the majority of our news through television and online media sources that skew toward confirmation bias and clickbait rather than genuine, shared concerns. We often hear about complicated social issues — in broad sweeps, or through polarizing rhetoric, without gaining a deep understanding of the complexities that often tether these issues together.

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Library’s “Indisposable” Exhibit

Anastasia Fair confesses that she once walked past the homeless inhabitants of Kansas City with very little empathy. “I’d be, like, ‘just go to a shelter or something,’” she recalls. “But when you actually experience it, it’s totally different.” Fair has now been homeless, herself, for more than a year, an experience she says is marked by an endless succession of daily waits.

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A World Stage for Performing Arts

Gray skies and chilly weather cause some people to see November as a dreary month. But the Harriman-Jewell Series has lined up three concerts to brighten November and give it a festive flair. One of the world’s most popular vocal ensembles will celebrate its 50th anniversary, there’s a free Discovery Concert with an outstanding young cellist, and a legendary Russian conductor will lead a concert featuring two piano superstars.

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