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101. A Bakery With Buzz A Bakery With Buzz September 29, 2004 Discussion of the pastry/baking certificate pilot program at Johnson County Community College developed by Doug Flick, associate professor with the hospitality management program and instructor of the...

102. A Bit about New Santa Fe A Bit about New Santa Fe October/17/1962 File containing the article about the history of the town of New Santa Fe in southwestern Jackson County, in Washington Township at about 121st and State Line Roads.

103. A Bit of the Real Cowtown A Bit of the Real Cowtown April 30, 2014 Article spotlights a large of collection of documents, blueprints, and other materials pertaining to the old Kansas City Stockyards that is currently being processed by the Missouri Valley Special Collections...

104. A Black Leader Offers Very Little Optimism A Black Leader Offers Very Little Optimism February 22, 1985 Biographical article about Reverend MacCharles Jones, or Rev. Mac Jones, the 35-year-old pastor of the St. Stephen Baptist Church at 1414 Truman Road. Rev. Jones was the leader at the Black Unity Retreat...

105. A Black Man's Kingdom in Kansas A Black Man's Kingdom in Kansas September/22/1972 File containing photos and a biographical article about Junius Groves (ca. 1859-1925), a wealthy Wyandotte County, Kansas potato farmer. Born into slavery in Kentucky and moving to Edwardsville, Kansas...

106. A Bold New Portal for KC: Paseo Bridge Design Picked A Bold New Portal for KC: Paseo Bridge Design Picked November 15, 2007 A design has been chosen for the new Paseo Bridge and includes a 300-foot diamond shaped tower and six lanes for traffic. The $245 million project will replace the 53-year-old bridge and also widen the...

107. A Bomb at the Harlem Night Club A Bomb at the Harlem Night Club January/3/1935 Photo and caption about the explosion from "a dynamite bomb" at "the Harlem night club" at 1414 East 15th Street, "believed to be an effort to intimidate the owners into paying extortion money."

108. A Brand-New Glow A Brand-New Glow July 27, 2007 A new sculpture design, "Transformed Flower," has been approved by the Municipal Art Commission. The sculpture, by California artist Phillip Smith, willl be erected at the north end of the Richard & Annette...

109. A Brave Band of Brothers Finally Enjoys Some Long-Due Recognition A Brave Band of Brothers Finally Enjoys Some Long-Due Recognition June 17, 2005 The few surviving members of the WWII Alamo Scouts, forerunners of the Army Special Forces Green Berets, gathered in Kansas City. Article tells of their secret missions behind enemy lines. Robert L. Shirkey,...

110. A Break With the Past A Break With the Past January 5, 2005 The Raphael Hotel is now under new management, recently bought for an undisclosed price by Lighthouse Properties LLC of Salina, Kansas. The 123-room hotel has been placed on the top of the list for the...

111. A Bright Edge for River Market A Bright Edge for River Market September 12, 2007 A $3.5 million reconstruction project has been developed for Second Street in the River Market district. The major portion of the project will turn a dirt road into a landscaped pedestrian thoroughfare....

112. A Brilliant Organ Gets a Brilliant Organist A Brilliant Organ Gets a Brilliant Organist October 11, 2004 October 8, 2004, French organist Olivier Latry played the dedicatory recital for the new $850,000 pipe organ by Lively-Fulcher Organbuilders of Alexandria, Virginia, at the Visitation Catholic Church.

113. A Century Later Marillac Still Feels Like Home: The Former Orphanage Now Treats Children with Emotional A Century Later Marillac Still Feels Like Home: The Former Orphanage Now Treats Children with Emotional Difficulties June/11/1997 File contains an article about the Marillac Center, a mental health center for children, a product of the Kansas City Orphan Boys' Home originally in Westport, merged with orphan girls' homes, and now...

114. A Century of Guardian Angels A Century of Guardian Angels September 30, 2009 Guardian Angels Catholic Church, called Guardian Angel until the 1950s, at 1310 Westport Road celebrates 100 years. The original parishoners were German-speaking Catholics. "Today, Guardian Angels attracts...

115. A Century Old, Yet New A Century Old, Yet New October 31, 2007 Former Scottish Rite Temple at 7th and Ann streets in Kansas City, Kansas, has been remodeled for a casino. It will be called 7th Street Casino. The Temple dates to 1906.

116. A City Divided: Kansas City in the 19th Century A City Divided: Kansas City in the 19th Century September/14/1997 Third in a monthly series of special sections of the Star on Kansas City history. Focus on the 1850s-1860s, during the destructive but pivotal times of war over slavery in the Kansas City area.

117. A City in Decline: The Bad News Is How Kansas City Is Slipping A City in Decline: The Bad News Is How Kansas City Is Slipping February 2001 Photos and article about the decline in population rank and other aspects of the Kansas City metropolitan area from 1959 to 2001, including its convention attendances, the park and boulevard system, the...

118. A City of Glass A City of Glass Article provides information on the glass in the new Sprint Center as well as other buildings downtown which contain a lot of glass. For the Sprint Center the following information is provided: 2,204 panels...

119. A Close View of Some Well Known People A Close View of Some Well Known People April/28/1928 Photo of and article by H. H. Crittenden, "a director of the Citizens' League and a frequent visitor at our national capital."

120. A Cold-Blooded Murder: The City Marshal of Westport Called to His Gate and Shot Down A Cold-Blooded Murder: The City Marshal of Westport Called to His Gate and Shot Down June/16/1879 File contains an article about the murder of Westport Marshal Samuel Bucher at his home by William Gossard, or William Gossert, a telegraph operator at the Coates House Hotel, with the help of another...