Are you sure all of your friends and family know how much you love PBS? Whether it’s exploring the outdoors after being inspired by Nature, hosting a Hamilton karaoke party, or binge-watching Victoria on Masterpiece, the nerd world is your oyster. Show them why Kansas City PBS is such an important part of our community ...Continue Reading
When Kate and Scott Meinke were dreaming up names for their bakery four years ago, they wanted something that celebrated how food brings people together and had roots. “Heirloom literally means something of value that is passed down from generation to generation,” Kate said. “We liked the idea of thinking about the act of growing ...Continue Reading
While there are lots of big, local stories grabbing the headlines, attention is fixated on one man — the new leader in charge of the United States, Donald Trump. We explore the impact of his presidency on our region. Missouri is learning what a new leader means, as its new governor takes an ax to state services. ...Continue Reading
CinemaKC, the show that features area films and filmmakers, is launching a new format and look as it integrates Midwestern locations with filmmaker interviews. Erin McGrane returns as the host. This week’s season premiere episode packs a quartet of short films from our region’s most dynamic and vital movie makers. The season-opening salvo is “I.V. ...Continue Reading
Mike Shanin interviews Chris Kuehl, Managing Director of Armada Corporate Intelligence, to get a local and national economic forecast for 2017. Then Cynthia Wheeler, Jon Stephens, Woody Cozad and Danedri Herbert discuss Charles Krauthammer’s column about the lack of a honeymoon period for Trump, the two tax issues on the ballot in KCMO in April ...Continue Reading
KCPT presents PBS NewsHour’s digital streaming broadcast of the 2017 Presidential Inauguration, live from 10 a.m. until 6 p.m. on January 20.