Josiah “Bo” Nelson is the co-founder of Thou Mayest, a coffee company in Kansas City. The main coffeehouse and bar is currently under construction and will tentatively open late next month. Nelson is a native Kansas Citian, who has small business in his blood. He grew up working at his family’s business, Family Tree Nursery. “My dad always taught me to do what you’re passionate about,” Nelson said. “Passion can’t be faked. Do what you love, and the money will come. Don’t do things because you are motivated for the money, do them because you have deep love for something…
Immerse yourself in the Muscle Shoals sound with this playlist created on Spotify from some of the many hit songs produced there over the years. Many of these songs are featured in the documentary film, and span the decades from the 1960s to more modern times. Put on your hi-fidelity, electrostatic headphones and groove out.
Watch Jenny and Sister Winifred help an agoraphobic woman and see developments with Alec on Call the Midwife. On Masterpiece: Mr. Selfridge, Miss Mardle houses a handsome refugee, Thackeray spies on Leclair, and Harry has a showdown at cards with Loxley. The women reunite to help free a woman they believe is wrongly accused of murder on The Bletchley Circle.
On tonight’s program, the crisis in Ukraine intensifies amidst new demands from pro-Russian separatists and pending sanctions against Russia. Later, we explore how new technology allows police officers to watch over an entire city in California. And we look at Andy Warhol’s recently discovered computer art from nearly 30 years ago.
ACL presents new American acoustic music with the Civil Wars and Punch Brothers. The Civil Wars play tunes from their Grammy-winning album Barton Hollow. Punch Brothers showcase their latest, Who’s Feeling Young Now?
Jewish Community Center and Village Shalom shootings, the arrest of the highway shooter, streetcar rails arrive in Kansas City and other stories on this week's edition of the program with news reviewers Steve Kraske, KCUR/UMKC; Garrett Haake, 41 Action News; Kevin Collison, Kansas City Star and Stacey Cameron, Investigative Reporter.