Comfortable, affordable, and entertaining...vacationing at home! The idea of viewing Kansas City as if we were tourists appeals to me. We get so stuck in our routines that we fail to see what is unique to our area.
We have eleven web sites listed for you so that you know what is going on in and around Kansas City.
The "Bingham Lady", Patricia Moss, presented a genealogical abstract using the paintings of George Caleb Bingham on March 22, 2011. Bingham, who painted in the 1850s and 1860s, is well known for his portraits of local families and his political prints, including Order #11.
Are you and the kids at home all summer? Can you not think of very many things to do that doesn't cost a lot? Well, here are just a few things that are here in Kansas City that would be fun for you and the kids.
What was that old saying about a prophet not being welcomed in his own country? It seems to also apply to our own birthplaces or wherever we grow up. We have a tendency to think that to find something special, we have to travel afar, maybe even overseas—when all along there are many, many fascinating spots right at one’s doorstep.
Sure it's mid-season for Major League Soccer, but this Thursday, June 9th is a very special game - The first in our new Stadium!
Sporting KC (formerly the Kansas City Wizards) has been something of a nomadic team since their founding in 1996, but that is over this week with the opening of Livestrong Sporting Park in Kansas City, KS. Sporting finally gets to end its long string of away games for the season.
What am I hyped about now? Aerial dance! If you haven't seen it, then it's like nothing you've ever seen. It’s not your mom's salsa or your dad's two-step.
Aerial dance involves dancers twisting, flinging, slithering, hanging and anything else they can do on fabric slings or trapezes. It takes a huge amount of physical strength and co-ordination to basically perform a dance in mid-air.