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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.
Hit the road and head to Fayetteville — we’re sharing all the details about what to do and eat, plus where to stay.
Whether you’re interested in local news, music, sports, or history, there’s a Kansas City podcast for you.
You’re gonna want to make room for this spicy new sauce option created right here in KC.
Putting out a tube feeder is just the beginning — we’ll get you started in the wide world of birdfeeding.
Eat and Drink
We’ll be toasting to the bountiful beverage industry across Kansas City, MO from Monday, July 22 to Friday, July 26, 2024.
Get your happy hour on at these local KC businesses.
Fun fact: Forbes named KCK the Taco Capital of the US.
Travel and Outdoors
Check out these 15 hiking trails catered to all skill levels in and around the Kansas City metro for outdoor adventures.
With new looks, new amenities, and new accessibility features, Sar-Ko-Par will open Saturday, May 25 after two years in development.
For National Bike Month, we rounded up some local cyclist resources + spots to link with other cycling enthusiasts.
We may not share clothes, but this international partnership has led to some pretty close ties.
Real Estate
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.
Find high-quality florists in the KC metro, recommended by the most engaged locals.
As KC continues to grow, we’re keeping an eye on upcoming developments and recently opened businesses.
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.
The Missouri Valley Special Collections is home to 1,000+ yearbooks from all over the metro, spanning the 1920s to 2000s.
Project Homeless Connect Kansas City has helped 2,700+ people experiencing homeless in the metro since 2014 — many of them through this annual event providing medical, housing, and employment assistance.

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