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This Earth Day and year round, join a volunteer cleanup or community effort to keep the metro clean, happy, and environmentally stable.
We’ve narrowed down our poetry contest to these finalists: read and vote for your favorite poem.
We may not share clothes, but this international partnership has led to some pretty close ties.
Keeping a timeline of our 200+ registered fountains is no easy task.
On a mission to educate the metro about sustainable mushroom agriculture with delicious food, Mushroom Culture needs investors to start serving up morels and more on 39th.
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Royals’ fans have many ways to enjoy The K this season.
Eat and Drink
If you don’t have coffee already in hand, consider this your sign to grab some one of these 31 locally-owned spots in and around Kansas City.
On Monday, April 1 only, Jasper’s Restaurant will celebrate 70 years in KC with a menu inspired by its Italian classics from the last century.
Whether it’s an al fresco brunch on the patio or margaritas on the rooftop, these dining decks across the metro will get you drinking in sunshine.
Cracking the code to urban farming.
Travel and Outdoors
Break out your pen (or app) and plan your summer calendar before the heat slows you down.
We’re highlighting the best kid-friendly activities that Kansas City has to offer — complete with art classes, animal encounters, and outdoor fun.
The latest winners of the “Made for KC BBQ Championship” smoked the competition for a cash prize + a one-year lease at KCI’s exclusive barbecue experience.
Here’s all you need to know about using the new KCI terminal.
Real Estate
Find high-quality florists in the KC metro, recommended by the most engaged locals.
Picture an ‘80s soap opera interior, Kansas City-style.
You all loved the additional tailgating space and pedestrian features, but raised concerns about the rolling roof — and about who’s footing the bill.
These mansions on the market were made for fame.
City
It’s dog-gone paradise for pet owners in the metro, according to a recent study by Forbes Advisor.
The real life discussion reached a new level online. Let’s see what KCtoday’s Instagram followers had to say after the election announcement.
Jackson County taxpayers made their voices heard regarding the 3/8-cent sales tax extension required to fund parts of a new downtown ballpark + Arrowhead renovations.
It’s National Poetry Month, and our readers are invited to submit original poems in a special KCtoday contest.

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