It’s always a good time to learn a new skill. You can broaden your horizons and have fun doing it. Take a look at these “just for fun” ideas to see if they might be right for you. Bird Watching You don’t need a special skill to watch a bird. But attracting and identifying them […]
Mariln Maye She packs New York City jazz clubs and gets standing ovations at Carnegie Hall. She teaches master classes in Hollywood and has thrilled audiences from England to Australia. Marilyn Maye might be starting her ninth decade, but she has no plans to slow down. Why should she? The Kansas City icon that Johnny […]
Getting away is great. But with a little imagination, the best vacation can be a “staycation.” You know you’re curious. The cute and gorgeous homes near the Plaza? The trendy lofts overlooking downtown? Or visit other parts of the city. Here’s an idea. Create your own packaged weekend getaway by renting a residence for a […]
When congested airports, excess baggage and long lines at security all get to be too much, perhaps it’s time to consider a “staycation,” an excursion close to home that may alleviate some of the headaches of travel. Lucas, Kansas, (population around 400) is one such possible destination, located approximately 250 miles from Kansas City. It […]
Okay, I admit it, I drank the Italian Kool-Aid wine the month of April last year. I’m also guilty of building daily itineraries-based from months of research, even down to the distance between point A and point B. I kept a diary and tracked all “Euro money” spent by converting the current daily exchange rate, […]
The Kansas City Museum is fully immersed in the process of exhibit design and development on its journey to transforming into a leading-edge, 21st-century museum of Kansas City’s history and cultural heritage. Along the way, it is remaining true to its core values of community engagement, collaboration, and historic preservation.