Known for her fiery rhetoric and fierce resolve, prohibitionist Carry Nation earned a national reputation by “smashing” saloons in Kansas and preaching against the evils of alcohol. Her work as a temperance movement leader began in the late 1800s and lasted until her death in 1911.
Drive past Children’s Mercy Hospital and you’ll be greeted by some unusual road signs. It’s some sort of animal helping to direct drivers to the hospital entrance amid construction on the new Children’s Research Institute, scheduled to be completed by 2020.
With Halloween right around the corner, we’re changing things up and asking readers, What’s Your KC Boooooo???