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Boulevardia is a weekend full of live music, local talent, food + drink, and celebrating the Kansas City creative community. Here’s everything you need to know to prepare for the festival — whether you’re attending or not.
We’re on the most Kansas City quest ever, except these epic proportions come with a side of baked beans and coleslaw.
Wednesday, June 19 marks the 158-year anniversary of the end of institutional slavery in the US. Commemorate the day with these events across the metro.
Our hometown women’s soccer team just set another record.
Already burned through your BookTok recs? Check out this list crafted by local indie bookstores.
Look no further for your diamond in the dust.
Eat and Drink
Here are nine ways to celebrate Dad in the Heartland.
The holes in this story are meant to be there.
We’ll be toasting to the bountiful beverage industry across Kansas City, MO from Monday, July 22 to Friday, July 26, 2024.
Travel and Outdoors
Visit KC’s free passport lets you explore the city and save money at the same time.
There’s a new vision for the College Metcalf Corridor that may utilize $1.35 million in public funds to make pedestrian and bicyclist traffic easier.
Kansas City may be loud, but there are many places Kansas Citians can go to clear their minds and escape the noise of the big city.
Check out these 15 hiking trails catered to all skill levels in and around the Kansas City metro for outdoor adventures.
Real Estate
The project secured $5 million in funding from the City of KCMO.
We’re handing you the keys to the first part of our newest real estate series unpacking the history of historic architecture styles found in Kansas City.
This state line rivalry was more-or-less laid to rest in 2012, but a new contest is taking place between KU + Mizzou: Who’s got the shiniest new stadium?
This waterfront property has already undergone a big facelift in the past few years — now see what’s next on the docket.
City
Crushing your summer reading list has never been so easy.
We’ve got a few tricks up our sleeve to make sharing the road a little less painful.
From public safety measures to community gardens, here are KCtoday readers’ top priorities when fostering pride in place.
A new round of funding means local neighborhood associations have a chance at $20,000 each for community projects.

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