A nutritionist for close to three decades, Joy Bauer has helped her patients learn the proper foods for losing weight and gaining health. Her motto, “Life is hard, food should be easy,” becomes a reality as she motivates people to take the first steps towards better health and vitality. Using real-life examples of people and ...Continue Reading
Remember that headline-grabbing report last week that said Kansas was the only state in the nation to see a significant increase in its uninsured rate? Well, it’s looking more and more suspect. Some officials were immediately skeptical when the Gallup-Healthways Well-Being Index survey results were released, showing that the adult uninsured rate in Kansas had increased by ...Continue Reading
Earlier this year, Robin Williams discussed his signature style of improvisational comedy as a young comic on Pioneers of Television: Acting Funny.
Blues-rock star Joe Bonamassa returns to public television with performances recorded at some of the most famous and iconic London venues: Royal Albert Hall, Hammersmith Apollo, Shepherd’s Bush Empire, and The Borderline. Donate to KCPT and see Joe Bonamassa live in Kansas City on Friday November 14 at 8pm at The Arvest Bank Theatre at ...Continue Reading
Video by Lindsey Foat and John McGrath, story by Caitlin Cress | The Hale Center for Journalism As part of the national American Graduate initiative, KCPT is highlighting several community leaders and educators who are making significant, scalable changes to prepare students for success in K-12 and beyond.These stories of local education champions will air ...Continue Reading
When you think about a typical summer camp, the great outdoors, swimming, campfire songs and s’mores come to mind. But, at this camp, girls sit quietly clicking away at computers in a classroom. They’re all developing their own apps for Android phones. And this camp is strictly no-boys-allowed. This is the second year that an ...Continue Reading