This month a group of local veterans and military family members will take center stage at the National WWI Museum for “Telling: Kansas City.” The series of six live performances beginning October 15, 2015 are part of The Telling Project. With fewer people serving in the military, The Telling Project works across the country to deepen ...Continue Reading
Scenic Designer Alain Vaes is keeping shops across the country busy creating the colorful world in which “The Nutcracker’s” drama unfolds. Find out what it takes to turn a fantasy land from a classic story into a larger than life reality.
America’s love affair with meat is well-known: it has shaped our cities, towns and culture along with our dinner plates. But meat is ceasing to be a luxury in the rest of the world. The global population is rising, and along with it are the number of carnivores looking for protein. How will U.S. producers ...Continue Reading
THE RAISING OF AMERICA: Early Childhood & the Future of the Nation 7pm Friday, October 9, on KCPT The U.S. is a can-do nation. So why is child well-being in the U.S. so much worse than in other advanced countries? How does the squeeze for time, for money and for resources filter to young children, ...Continue Reading
And the Emmy® Goes To … KCPT! The Mid-America Chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences (NATAS) awarded the 39th Annual Mid-America Emmy® Awards Saturday night. KCPT received two Emmy® awards. 48. Interview/Discussion – Program Meet the Past with Crosby Kemper III, Zora Neale Hurston episode Kevin Lambi, Crosby Kemper III, Henry ...Continue Reading
Join Tavis Smiley for a conversation with Ringo Starr in two parts: the legendary Beatles drummer talks about his remarkable career and new book Photograph, a collection of never-before-seen images of The Beatles.