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Kansas City is awash in red as the Chiefs approach a new season of super-sized possibilities. But have they cut corners on player character? Whither baseball’s Royals, reverted from World Series champions to all-too-persistent losers, and the local college triumvirate of KU, K-State, and Mizzou?
The Kansas City Zoo Zoomobile brings the world of the wild to you, offering a variety of exciting, interactive programs featuring awesome artifacts, fun science, captivating stories—and of course, live animals.
From the Carter Family to Bill Monroe, from Hank Williams, Patsy Cline, and Johnny Cash to Garth Brooks, a succession of 20th-century performers—stars and lesser knowns—have laid down the rich, uniquely American soundtrack known as country music.
When first staged in New York City in 1935, Waiting for Lefty made a sensation of its playwright, Clifford Odets. He became the theatrical conscience of his generation, much as Arthur Miller and Tony Kushner would be later for theirs.
Television and Donald Trump grew up together, a synergistic happenstance that carried an attention-hogging, reality TV-imbued, Twitter- and Fox News-obsessed mogul into the White House nearly three years ago.
The Library launches a new film series showcasing the diverse roles of girls in cinematic storytelling with the dark, deadpan, strikingly original portrait of teen alienation Ghost World (2001; R), starring Thora Birch and Scarlett Johannsen.
America’s involvement in the Middle East has revolved around oil as well as religion and Zionist pursuits, Cold War tensions, and the specter of terrorism. All arose or expanded as concerns during World War II and its aftermath.