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1. 'Like an Earthquake' 'Like an Earthquake' February 20, 2013 Article reports on a large natural gas explosion in the Country Club Plaza that injured at least 16 people and destroyed the iconic JJ's Restaurant at 48th Street and Belleview Avenue. The force of the...

2. 'Tis Time For a Hoolie 'Tis Time For a Hoolie June 12, 2012 Brown's Irish Marketplace, 3300 Pennsylvania Avenue, is celebrating its 125th anniversary. The family-owned store was established in 1887 by Ed and Mary Dillion Flavin. It became Browne's market in 1915...

3. 'Treasure Hunt' Coming to End 'Treasure Hunt' Coming to End September 29, 2010 Article discusses the closing of the Junior League Resale Boutique. For more than 75 years the shop provided clothes for needy families. Article gives more information about other programs run by the Junior...

4. A New Leaf for Rehab Institute A New Leaf for Rehab Institute January 5, 2013 Article describes the establishment and operations of the new RIKC Book Store. Rick Caplan, director of RIKC's new business development, is interviewed and provides details concerning its partnership with...

5. Becoming Mary Eisenhower Becoming Mary Eisenhower February 22, 2009 Profile of Mary Eisenhower, president and CEO of People to People International and the granddaughter of former president, Dwight D. Eisenhower. The article contains biographical information about Ms....

6. Birdies of Paradise Birdies of Paradise June 28, 2009 Feature story on the iconic Shuttlecock sculptures located on the grounds of the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art. The four 5,500-pound Shuttlecocks were installed in June of 1994 and have become one the most...

7. Called to Care for the Elderly Called to Care for the Elderly October 7, 2012 Brief interview with Sister Beatrice Scully, development director for Little Sisters of the Poor. The order operates the Jeanne Jugan Center, a residential nursing home for the elderly who cannot provide...

8. Cathy Campbell, Manager of the John Wornall House Herb Garden Cathy Campbell, Manager of the John Wornall House Herb Garden April 21, 2013 Interview with Cathy Campbell, manager of the John Wornall House herb garden. Campbell discusses preparations for the 25th Annual Herb and Wildflower Sale that will take place on Saturday the 26th of April,...

9. Downtown Goes Bananas Over Art Downtown Goes Bananas Over Art August 17, 2007 Captioned photograph of a 14-foot-tall papier-mache banana located on the side of the Folly Theater. It is part of the annual Avenue of the Arts celebration downtown. The title of the art work is "Staying...

10. Eat, Play, Collaborate Eat, Play, Collaborate October 3, 2010 Cover story on the co-branding of local products from companies including the Roasterie, Boulevard Brewing Co., Christopher Elbow Artisanal Chocolates, Glace Artisan Ice Cream, Patric Chocolate, and Soda...

11. Food Trucks Rev Up in KC Food Trucks Rev Up in KC May 1, 2011 Article describes the growing number of upscale mobile eateries in Kansas City (food trucks) and their use of social media such as Twitter and Facebook to connect with customers. The vendors spotlighted...

12. History Closes Chapter on WWI Doughboys History Closes Chapter on WWI Doughboys March 1, 2011 Missouri native Frank Woodruff Buckles died on February 27, 2011, as the "last American soldier who was witness to the 'war to end all wars.' " Article gives a brief history of Buckles and mentions his...

13. In KC, the Show Went On In KC, the Show Went On November 22, 2013 Article summarizes the experience of Bonnie Susan Barter (now Bonnie Hamilton) following the assassination of President John F. Kennedy on November 22, 1963. She is interviewed and describes her participation...

14. It's Classy, but Clash-Filled It's Classy, but Clash-Filled November 28, 2011 Article about the conflict over the size of new houses and home additions in Mission Hills, one of the most "sought-after addresses since the 1980s and 1990s for the well-to-do" in the Kansas City area....

15. Kansas City's Creative Community, "The Show Must Go On" Kansas City's Creative Community, "The Show Must Go On" October 21, 2012 Article describes the early career of Sherry Leedy and her relationship to Jim Leedy. The establishment and daily operations of her Crossroads gallery, Sherry Leedy Contemporary Art, is discussed. Her...

16. KC Women's Clubs Pass into Obscurity KC Women's Clubs Pass into Obscurity April 18, 2009 The last official meeting of the Woman's City Club and the Presidents and Past Presidents General Assembly, both formed more than 90 years ago, will be held April 2009. A third club, the Kansas City Athenaeum,...

17. Kempers Want Values to Last Kempers Want Values to Last April 23, 2013 Article on UMB Bank, focusing on the Kemper family's role as leaders. Previously known as Center City, City, City National, and United Missouri, UMB Bank was founded in 1913. In 1918, William T. Kemper...

18. Next Stop: Streetcars Next Stop: Streetcars December 13, 2012 Article announces that the tax initiative to fund a two-mile streetcar system in downtown Kansas City has been approved by voters. Various civic leaders are interviewed and discuss the potential for a...

19. One for the Books One for the Books January 30, 2011 Cover story about owners (Pete Cowdin and Deb Pettid) of the Reading Reptile, a children's bookstore in Brookside "with a nationwide reputation among authors and publishers." According to Kristen McLean,...

20. Pitching a Perfect Fit Pitching a Perfect Fit January 22, 2008 Overview of the Lee Co., maker of jeans, as well as fashion changes. The Lee Co. traces its roots to Salina, Kansas, in 1892. "In 1916, Lee built a new plant and office building at 20th and Wyandotte streets...