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After months of development, Prairie Villagers will at last get a look at the Village Shops’ highly anticipated new restaurant and movie theater concept this weekend. STANDEES – The Entertaining Eatery opens for business Friday in the space formerly occupied by Macy’s Home Store and Einstein Brothers Bagels.
The 2013 Missouri legislative session has come to an end. Regarding our two objectives for this session: (1) the legislature maintained $100,000 of funding in the state budget for the Missouri Film Office; (2) however, the legislature did not reauthorize the Missouri Qualified Film Production Tax Credit, which will expire later this year. (November 28, 2013)
After nearly 20 years as the chairwoman of the Kansas City Symphony's board, arts patron Shirley Helzberg is stepping down. Bill Lyons, civic leader and former CEO of American Century Companies, Inc., succeeds Helzberg on July 1.
Dino O'Dell from 'Dino O'Dell & The T-Rex Allstars,' joined us along with Chris Phelan from Jiggle Jam about the family music festival happening this weekend. There is so much for the family to enjoy during the holiday weekend festival including music, dancing, activities, and games.
Travel back 45 years to April 1968 when America stood divided on the big social issue of the day, Civil Rights and an inspirational Black minister, Dr. Rev. Martin Luther King who traveled throughout the land to spread his message of unity and equality through peaceful resistance.
Cantus is an all-male a cappella ensemble consisting of nine singers who perform a most eclectic mix of music from all eras and genres. The group’s Harriman-Jewell Series debut on May 16th – bumped from its February date because of mounds of snow – displayed this variety to a dizzying degree, and at the same time showed off the ensemble’s delicious, highly refined choral blend.
There was a time, and it was not that long ago, when the promise of a free meal was enough to persuade people to accompany me to just about any event, no matter how stupid. But lately, everybody seems to have a little more money and a lot less time.
Understandably, theater critic Robert Trussell has been doing a bit of handwringing over the impending demise of the 26 year-old American Heartland Theatre in Crown Center. After all, losing a high profile, 400-plus capacity theater venue is news and I’m sure there will be more stories to come.
Burt Bacharach turned 85 this month but did almost nothing to lighten his still hectic schedule. When The Pitch contacted the producer-composer-pianist by phone, he was about to leave a New York hotel to catch a flight, on to the next event.
The Kansas City Symphony Board of Directors announced that after 18 years of leadership as Chair of the Symphony Board, Shirley Bush Helzberg will step down effective June 30, 2013, and assume the title of Chair Emeritus. Helzberg will be succeeded by former American Century CEO and longtime Kansas City civic leader, Bill Lyons.
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