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Kansas City, MO, United States

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Stingray Bay coming to Kansas City Zoo May 2018

Opening on May 18, the new Stingray Bay exhibit will give you the chance to touch a stingray…and, maybe even a shark! → Read More

2018 Parade of Homes showcases more than 300 homes

More than 373 homes across the metro, representing some 125 builders, are ready for your inspection. → Read More

Shawnee organization Heroes & Horses on a mission to heal veterans, animals alike

Using horses rescued from places of neglect and abuse, the trained experts use the healing power of the equine to reach those who are in the throes of trauma. → Read More

Partnership brings mobile mammography to KCK

For the next three days in KCK, a partnership between Diagnostic Imaging Centers and the Kansas Housing Authority will bring the Mobile 3D Mammography Coach to people who may not otherwise get this potentially life-saving technology. → Read More

Young scientists compete for spots on Sea Life's Environmental Team

Out of the 40 competitors, 12 will be selected to become part of Sea Life’s Environmental Team for the rest of the year, spreading the word about conservation throughout the metro. → Read More

College students redecorate home to raise money for Kansas City Symphony

The 49th Symphony Designers’ Showhouse will be ready for tours starting this Saturday, April 21, through May 13. → Read More

Dodge Town at Antioch Park to reopen after major renovation, addition

Dodge Town, a well-known and beloved attraction modeled after 1800s Western Kansas, is set to reopen after undergoing $500,000 worth of renovations and additions. → Read More

Kansas City's fountains spring to life Tuesday

Happy Fountain Day, Kansas City! → Read More

Daughters' wheat allergy inspires mom to found gluten-free bakery

After her daughters were both diagnosed with wheat allergies, Robin Knight founded Emily Kate's Bakery, a gluten-free option for sweet treats. → Read More

Village Shalom Wellness Center offers new machine to help seniors with balance

The iBalance at Village Shalom tests people's balance and creates balance-improving exercises based on individual need. → Read More

Smart Cities Connect Conference and Expo in Kansas City this week

The Smart Cities Connect Conference and Expo is happening at Bartle Hall this week. → Read More

National Museum of Toys and Miniatures celebrates marbles with exhibit, tournament

The National Museum of Toys and Miniatures is celebrating marbles through the end of this year. → Read More

Greater Kansas City Home Show at Bartle Hall this weekend

The Greater Kansas City Home Show takes over Bartle Hall for the next three days with 335 exhibitors and all kinds of home-style stars. → Read More

Start preparing for race season now

Yes, it’s only March and Hospital Hill is not taking the starting line until June 1 and 2, but this is when you should start preparing. → Read More

Strange Days Brewing open in City Market

"Strange Days have found us," sand Jim Morrison of the Doors. → Read More

Spring has arrived: Getting your garden ready

Spring has sprung, and for many people that means getting outside in the yard and the garden. → Read More

NKC hosts annual Snake Saturday parade, Irish celebration

This legacy of the legendary twosome, Bill Grigsby and Mickey Finn, is all about family, fun and philanthropy. → Read More

Negro Leagues Baseball Museum among top sports attractions in USA Today list

As of March 5, when online voting ended, the NLBM was number one on USA Today’s Best Attraction for Sports Fans list. → Read More

2018 KC Auto Show debuts new models at Bartle Hall

The 2019 Mustang Bullitt, a rolling homage to the iconic 1968 movie, is making its debut at the KC Auto Show. → Read More

Felted wool wonders showcased at Overland Park Arboretum and Botanical Gardens

Ten artists came together to create felted wool creatures ranging from colorful fish to flying pigs to hang among the branches. → Read More