Burnt Legend VIDEO
This barbecue special from KCPT and the Recommended Daily tells the story of Kansas City’s most iconic food: burnt ends. Whether you follow it as a digital-first series (that means you’re catching each chapter as it publishes Mondays on Flatland), or are looking forward to its Oct. 20 broadcast date (that’s at 7:30 p.m. on ...Continue Reading
Lily Hooks has been obsessed with the hit Broadway musical Hamilton and its creator Lin-Manuel Miranda since last March. The revolutionary musical tells the mostly forgotten story of founding father Alexander Hamilton using hip-hop and racially diverse casting. “He is a genius, and the fact that he used a piece of art that touches so ...Continue Reading
Barnett Helzberg Jr. remembers Ewing Kauffman as a man who never pretended to know more than he did, and a man who was dedicated to paying it forward. In creating Helzberg Entrepreneurial Mentoring Program, the lessons learned from Mr. K come through for Helzberg, who insists he gets more out of HEMP than he gives ...Continue Reading
Charlie Hebdo. Paris. Brussels. Since January of 2015, a wave of attacks by terrorists linked to Al Qaeda and ISIS has overwhelmed Europe, killing nearly 200 people and injuring hundreds more. Could those attacks have been prevented? And why does Europe remain so vulnerable to the terrorism threat? On October 18, FRONTLINE and ProPublica present ...Continue Reading
Continuing its successful engineering mentoring program, KCPT is working with engineers at Black & Veatch and new partner LRNG KC to bring engineers and engineering projects to 12 schools in Missouri and Kansas.
One of the story lines of this election year has been alarm over law and order in cities and police shootings of unarmed black Americans. This week in our Common Grounds coffee conversation series we head to Kansas City, Kansas, where we get a police take on that as we bring together five KCK police ...Continue Reading