Seven artists who represent the incredible dexterity of the Kansas City rap scene: Rory Fresco, Zarin Micheal, Dettsa, CaviArt, AyEl, Aaron Alexander come together for a group cypher in the Art Alley located in the Crossroads Arts District downtow
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Los Angeles Police Department motorcycle Officer Booker hopped off his bike at the downtown Cuban American Music Festival last weekend and showed his moves. "Who knew LAPD Motor Officers could move like this when they get off their bikes," tweeted
You have heard of LGBT, but do you really know what the letters stand for? And how about QIA? Melissa Winter, youth advocate with the KC Anti-Violence project, breaks down the terminology for you in 90 seconds.
"America told me here we would be free ... here we pledge allegiance to a flag under an ideal, not a god, I still don't feel safe," 17-year-old Muslim transgender girl Josephine "Josie" Hoskins, performed a freestyle slam poem during an interview
Henry Bloch, the 94-year-old philanthropist from Kansas City and founder of H&R Block, shares stories behind acquiring some of the 29 impressionist and post-impressionist paintings that he has donated to Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art. The Bloch Gall
"Elvis Presley's Memphis" has opened at Graceland in Memphis, Tenn. The facility presents his life, career and legacy in an immersive setting. A museum, car collection, soundstage, and shops present everything Elvis.
Since leaving The White House, former President George W. Bush has become an avid painter. He's also made it his own mission to get to know the armed service members who served him. And through a series of paintings called "Portraits of Courage,"
The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art previewed its $12 million Bloch Galleries space on Friday. The new galleries feature Henry Bloch’s 29 donated pieces, which include paintings by Vincent van Gogh, Claude Monet and Paul Cezanne displayed using cuttin
Olathe photographer Sharon Rodriguez, 70, focuses her camera on the homeless in Johnson County, the most affluent county in Kansas. Rodriguez, a mom, grandmother and a great-grandmother, is a former IT worker who has found her passion as an artist
Amaya Rodriguez and Humberto Rivera Blanco are native Cuban ballet dancers who emigrated to the United States last year to pursue greater opportunities in dance for themselves with the Kansas City Ballet and better lives for their families.