Co-hosts Randy Mason and Maris Aylward are back with new episodes of the series built to prove that Kansas City is America’s Creative Crossroads, Arts Upload. January 21: As opening night edged ever closer, the final pieces fell into place for the Kansas City Ballet’s new production of the “Nutcracker.” Also, we see how Roy ...Continue Reading
Last week, we discussed the big jump in homicides in Kansas City; 109 last year and 8 murders in the first 10 days of this year. This week, an unorthodox solution is proposed for tackling the crime wave: a bulldozer. Police Chief Darryl Forte tells a meeting of the Board of Police Commissioners he would ...Continue Reading
Fast casual dining, Southern cuisine, value-added artisan products and the proliferation of food-to-your-door services – are defining the way we eat and drink today. In this January’s episode of Feast TV, meet some of our region’s top tastemakers who are leading the growth in these areas of the culinary landscape.
January 18, KCPT brings you a new "Nature Cat" special. Join Nature Cat, Daisy, Squeeks and Hal as they travel near and far to find the answers to some of life’s nagging nature questions, like “Where do streams begin?” and “What’s at the end of the rainbow?”
This year’s Academy Award nominations have been announced and “The Revenant” and “Mad Max: Fury Road” are among the most honored films. But the lack of diversity among the contenders is raising eyebrows. Jeffrey Brown takes a look at the nominees, and remembers actor Alan Rickman, who died at the age of 69.
Architecture’s highest prize was awarded to Chile’s Alejandro Aravena, a man little known outside his field who is working to address real world problems of urban housing. PBS NewsHour’s Jeffrey Brown sits down with Aravena to discuss his philosophy as a designer.