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81. Another Chorus for Bruffy Another Chorus for Bruffy June 29, 2008 Charles Bruffy, "longtime conductor of the Kansas City Chorale," has been appointed conductor of the Kansas City Symphony chorus. Bruffy succeeds Arnold Epley who served for 17 years as conductor of the...

82. Another Festival That Once Was Another Festival That Once Was June/July//2002 Article citing the lack of attendance and support for the Kansas City Blues and Jazz Festival, leading to its cancellation in 2002.

83. Another Kansas City Great Another Kansas City Great July 2012 Profile article on Tulsa Read, "one of the most respected professional harmonica players" in Kansas City. Read was inducted into the America's Old Time "Country Musical Hall of Fame" by the National Traditional...

84. Another Measure of Kansas City Another Measure of Kansas City October-November//1973 History of the Civic Orchestra, begun in 1959 and becoming "affiliated with the UMKC Conservatory of Music" in 1966, playing its concerts on the university campus.

85. Another Measure of Kansas City Another Measure of Kansas City October-November//1973 Photo and biographical article about Leonard Pearlman, new conductor of "the University of Missouri-Kansas City Civic Orchestra" ("[f]ounded in 1959 by Conductor Hugo Vianello" and in 1966 joined "with...

86. Approves a City Song Approves a City Song 1950 The general committee of the city council approved a resolution naming 'Kansas City, My Home Town' as the official song of the city. The song was written by Joseph E. Stern, a realtor and member of the...

87. Art and Artists: Vivid Meaning in a Role of Painter and Teacher Art and Artists: Vivid Meaning in a Role of Painter and Teacher December/13/1959 Biographical article about "nationally recognized artist" Ross Braught, "the senior member of the fine arts faculty at the Kansas City Art Institute," with paintings in "the Nelson Gallery of Art, the...

88. Art Deco Poster Art Deco Poster n.d. Unframed (18.5 in. x 26 in.) color poster on foam board titled: "Kansas City Art Deco, Rediscovering an Era, 1922-1940." Bottom of poster states: "A Benefit For the Historic Kansas City Foundation Art...

89. Art that Makes You Go Art that Makes You Go December 2000 Discusses the existence of a local music culture that presents atypical work "that defies categorization".

90. Artists and Management: Andrew Foldi Appears in Kansas City Opera Artists and Management: Andrew Foldi Appears in Kansas City Opera August//1957 Brief notice about the substitution of Andrew Foldi from the Santa Fe Opera for the ill Robert D. Lynch as bass in the opera "Carmen."

91. Arts Beat: Statesman of Music Arts Beat: Statesman of Music May//1991 Photo and biographical article about Harry Truman, "our most musical president" and brief student of pianist Ignace Paderewski and player on national radio broadcasts for Joseph Stalin and Winston Churchill,...

92. Arts Beat: This Old House Arts Beat: This Old House October//1991 Article about the house at 4509 Walnut Street, built in 1909 and rejuvenated by the All Souls Unitarian Church, site of old-fashioned domestic concerts.

93. Arts Groups Lack Stage Directions for Future Arts Groups Lack Stage Directions for Future September 10-16, 2004 If built, the performing arts center could have a big impact on existing downtown performance venues. Industry experts say that the arts community needs to think about how "older theaters will coexist...

94. Arts: Keeping the Blues Alive in KC Arts: Keeping the Blues Alive in KC August 2001 Photo and article about the history of the Kansas City Blues Society, founded in 1981 at the Charlotte Street Mission and growing to become "a national force" by 2001 with signing of several prominent...

95. Artur Rubinstein Artur Rubinstein circa 1945 Performance view of pianist Artur Rubinstein, shown seated and playing the piano.

96. Artur Schnabel Artur Schnabel circa 1945 Portrait of pianist Artur Schnabel.

97. Artwork in the Kansas City Public Library Main Branch Building, 12th and Oak Artwork in the Kansas City Public Library Main Branch Building, 12th and Oak Mural by children's library done by Arthur Kraft. Mural in the Missouri Valley Room done by William MacMorris. Mural in the art & music department done by William MacMorris. Mosaic on the floor in the...

98. Bad Blood, the Border War that Triggered the Civil War Bad Blood, the Border War that Triggered the Civil War 2007 Poster used to publicize a local television production called "Bad Blood" which was a co-production of KCPT Kansas City Public Television and Wide Awake Films. The film premiered, March 2007 on KCPT, Channel...

99. Bad-News Blues Bad-News Blues February 21-27, 2013 Article chronicles the 2013 board election of the Kansas City Blues Society. The organization's history is described. Former members and previous editors of Blues News, the KCBS newsletter, are interviewed...

100. Bailing Out a Ballroom Bailing Out a Ballroom August 8, 2006 The owner of the El Torreon building located at 3101 Gillham Plaza has decided to stop the all-ages live music venue shows that were being held there. The 32,000-square-foot building with a historic second-floor...