Thank you to everyone who joined their fellow Downton Abbey fans for a Roaring Twenties-themed reception at the National World War I Museum at Liberty Memorial on December 11 from 6:00-7:30 p.m. The evening of light hors d’oeuvres, drinks and dancing and a special performance by Shay Estes and Mark Lowrey included a special advance screening of the MASTERPIECE: Downton Abbey Season 5 premiere ...Continue Reading
KANSAS CITY, MO – December 8, 2014 – KCPT President and Chief Executive Officer Kliff Kuehl has announced the appointment of Ted Place to the position of Chief Development Officer of KCPT. Place joined KCPT in May of 2013 as KCPT’s Executive Director for Community Development. Place has fourteen years of non-profit experience in Kansas ...Continue Reading
At the Google Fiber space on State Line Road Tuesday morning, students from several local schools sat at laptops, trying to get the character Elsa from the movie “Frozen” to ice skate in a certain pattern. It looked like they were playing a computer game, but really they were participating in an international effort to ...Continue Reading
Hundreds of nursing homes and other assisted living facilities in Kansas will be required to participate in a fund meant to spread the risk of malpractice lawsuits starting next month. Advocates for those facilities say the change is a plus, but it has insurance agents scrambling to find liability coverage for their assisted living clients in a limited market.
The city of Kansas City, Missouri, announced a new division of the City Manager’s office today, along with the director of that division. Megan Crigger will join the city Jan. 5 as the director of creative services in the Office of Culture and Creative Services. The office will focus on cultural community planning and facilitating ...Continue Reading
A chancellor of the Academy of American Poets, Claudia Rankine discusses poetry as a way of responding to racism and inequality with Tavis Smiley.