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  • Art Scene

    Kwanza Humphrey

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  • Culinary Curiosity

    Duck And Roll

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  • Jewish Community Relations Bureau|AJC

    2020 Virtual Human Relations Event

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  • Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Kansas City

    Virtual Most Wanted Auction

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  • Yesterday And Today

    Arthur Kraft

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  • Delights Of Decades Past

    Electric Park

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  • The Dish With Ann

    Billie’s Grocery

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  • The Folly Theater

    Eat, Drink, & Be Jolly for the Folly Picnic Fundraiser

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  • Art Scene

    Cara Spencer

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  • The Stuff Of Which Dreams Are Made

    Travis Kelce

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  • Toast To Olde Tymes

    Logan Clendening

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Recent Features

JCRB|AJC – 2020 Virtual Human Relations Event November 1st was the date for Jewish Community Relations Bureau|AJC’s 2020 Human Relations Event, “Pursuing Justice Standing Together,” which was held via private broadcast. The evening featured the presentation of… Read More
2021 Jewel Ball Chairman Susan Campbell Heddens (Mrs. Barret Spencer Heddens III) will serve as the chairman of the 2021 Jewel Ball, which will be held on June 18th at The Nelson-Atkins Museum of… Read More
Spotlight on Centurions – Zack Donnelly Zack Donnelly is a member of the Centurions Class of 2021. He serves on the legacy project committee and is a member of the Tourist In Your Own Town Task… Read More
JUST FOLKS: They’re not exactly normal suburbanites (but almost) If you drive by the Belcher home during the day, you’ll find little to distinguish it from any other house on the tranquil street in suburban Liberty. But if you… Read More
Art Scene – Kwanza Humphrey
Kwanza Humphrey, in his own words, “makes the invisible visible.” His works, both paintings and drawings, seem to help us focus. It’s kind of like when we are seated in the chair at the eye doctor’s office, and the double…
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Homegrown – Being Kind Is Cool
The week before Christmas, a few families decided to kick off the holly jolly week by taking our kids to see The Grinch. My daughter, who is three, had only been to one movie in her lifetime – actually, to…
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Yesterday And Today – 1978: Fashion Forward
It’s absolutely true that fun is where you find it — and we’ve decided to look for it in 1978. We’re harking back to a time of dressing up and going out. Part of the joy of the events was…
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Rachel’s Reads – January 2021
“There are no truths, only moments of clarity passing for answers.” – Michel de Montaigne After finishing high school and college, I thought I would be happy to never read or write another essay. Fast forward several years, and once…
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Yesterday And Today – Arthur Kraft
Arthur Kraft: that wouldn’t be a good name for an artist in fiction (insert your own Arts and Crafts joke here), but he was a fine artist, none the less. Arthur, who was born in 1921, may have inherited some…
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Celebrate Your Favorite Pal in Our Sixth Annual Paw Print Issue!

This Signature Issue will debut on April 17th, 2021. Send your high resolution photos, pet and owner’s names to jenny@kcindependent.com by March 26th.