The City of Kansas City is launching a more aggressive street-cleaning campaign which includes an easier way for residents to request street sweeping, thanks to the new myKCMO app. KC Water operates a fleet …
MoDOT Kansas City is in the process of replacing the Baltimore Ave. Bridge over I-670. In order to place the bridge girders, crews will need to close both directions of I-670 between I-70 and I-35 this weekend Aug. 7-8. Only one direction of I-670 will be closed at a time. Motorists must find alternates routes […]
The Black Archives of Mid-America, near 18th and Vine in Kansas City, has a host of galleries—permanent and rotating—on display. Led by Executive Director Dr. Carmaletta Johnson and Museum Curator Taylor Jackson, the Archives hosts events and uses the galleries to give a platform to Black art, history, and culture.
Kansas City’s newest Black woman-owned, brick-and-mortar bookstore has opened its doors, but customers shouldn’t judge the operation by its cover, owner Cori Smith said, revealing an additional first for the metro that has heads and pages turning.
Amazon announced on Friday that it will require US warehouse employees to wear masks at work, regardless of their vaccination status. Office employees are not required due to their office return date shifting to January 2022.
Celebrities and a massive tent were spotted in Martha’s Vineyard for former President Obama’s 60th birthday that his office said was “scaled back” to include just close friends and family amid concerns over the Delta coronavirus variant.
More than a thousand Thai anti-government protesters clashed with police on Saturday, as they demonstrated against the government’s failure to handle coronavirus outbreaks and its impact on the economy.
Harvard Law Lecturer on Law Alexander Chen ‘15, founding director of the LGBTQ+ Advocacy Clinic at HLS, is working with students in the recently-formed Polyamory Legal Advocacy Coalition to offer legal protections for people in polyamorous relationships.