In Kansas City, Troost is a recognizable name. It is often considered the dividing line between the white and black communities —between middle class and poverty. Troost is the dividing line for zip codes and for voting districts. And some see it as the dividing line between “the bad part of town” and predictability or ...Continue Reading
Rose hits on a strategy to get a radio in the house. Sarah tutors Daisy. An art historian arrives. Anna makes a difficult purchase.
Austin’s best alternative rock shines with Spoon and White Denim. Top 10 seller Spoon highlights its album They Want My Soul, while White Denim features its LP Corsicana Lemonade.
The Queen’s bees live in four wooden palaces on the island in the lake at Buckingham Palace Gardens. The bees find a supply of top quality nectar along the herbaceous border along the lake in the gardens, helping them produce honey. With permission from Queen Elizabeth, The Queen’s Garden covers a year in Buckingham Palace Garden, ...Continue Reading
Missouri lawmakers returned to Jefferson City this week and on Monday, Kansas legislators will gather in Topeka for the opening of a new session. From what to do about Ferguson to putting toll booths on I-70, legalizing marijuana to expanding Medicaid…Nick Haines and the panel provide a guide to the upcoming legislative sessions in both states. Also on this ...Continue Reading
Delegations from PBS, KCPT and public media stations across the Midwest convened at the Kauffman Foundation Conference Center January 8-9 to work on shaping the future of public media. RAMPING UP: Tapping full power of our networks – hundreds @ #TeamPBS regional mtg in Kansas City building ground up. pic.twitter.com/VV6SQE3odz — PBS Annual Meeting (@PBSAnnualMtg) January 8, ...Continue Reading