Any Kansas Citian interested in independent films knows what it’s like to wait for a movie with a limited release to reach the Midwest. Recently, both “The Skeleton Twins” and “Obvious Child” — small movies with with former SNL comedians taking a stab at drama — first opened in KC at Tivoli Cinemas in the ...Continue Reading
Looking for ways to use all those fall apples? Try this seasonal cake recipe from PBS Food.
VOCES on PBS: REBEL VIDEO
Shrouded in mystery and long the subject of debate, the amazing story of Loreta Velazquez is one of the Civil War’s most gripping forgotten narratives. While the U.S. military may have recently lifted the ban on women in combat, Loreta Janeta Velazquez, a Cuban immigrant from New Orleans, was fighting in battle 150 years ago ...Continue Reading
The operator of two local Catholic hospitals has finalized their sale to a for-profit company based in Ontario, Calif. Ascension, the nation’s largest Catholic health system, said in a statement Tuesday that it had reached a definitive agreement to sell St. Joseph Medical Center in Kansas City, Mo., and St. Mary’s Medical Center in Blue ...Continue Reading
If Yoda offered career advice, he might tell you something like, “Do or do not. There is no try.” But Tom Kane, who was the voice of Yoda in the animated film “Star Wars: The Clone Wars,” as well as numerous Star Wars video games, is more interested in making sure the Blue Valley Middle ...Continue Reading
Bette Davis on The Sexes VIDEO
“I think men have got to change an awful lot. They still prefer the little woman.” – Bette Davis in 1963 Interview by Shirley Eder From Blank on Blank, PBS Digital Studios