Not many people, even those who love films, can say they have watched about 300 films since the beginning of…
Program Harnesses the Power of Pets
Platte County Pet Power is a Northland-based program, which is celebrating 19 years of service, began in January 2000 when co-founder and volunteer coordinator Sharen Hunt recognized a need to improve the quality of life for Missourians who live or interact in group settings.
Parkville Jewelers Gives Gems New Life
Parkville Jewelers just finished celebrating 20 years in business. But many of the pieces owner Troy Wilson and his talented,…
Memories of 1993 Parkville Flood Float Back
People who’ve lived in the area for a while say that recent conditions mimicked those leading up to the Great Flood of 1993, one of the worst on record in the United States.
Timely Encounter Leads to Cool Venture
A well-timed lunch meeting with a childhood friend led to John Putnam’s first vintage watch purchase. But he had no…
Thank You, Parkville!
The Discovering Kansas City Episode dedicated to Historic Downtown Parkville and Park University was recognized by the National Academy of Television…
Your Spidey “Tingles” Will Explode This 4th of July
Spider-Man: Far From Home Review Tom Holland’s second outing in his stand-alone film franchise proves this Spider-Man is the only…
Om Prana Yoga: “Hidden Oasis” in Downtown Parkville
Om Prana Yoga’s new studio takes advantage of the building’s natural light and sounds to create a peaceful experience for clients.
Parkville Coffee Brews Community
Tucked inside a historic three-story building dating to 1853, Parkville Coffee is a homey place that brews not just coffee but also community.
5 Things To Know About The Hustle
I always thought the films that opened during the Summer Movie Season were the movies that studios believed in because…
Pokémon Detective Pikachu: Cute, cuddly and they talk now?
Pokémon are not supposed to talk our language, but Detective Pikachu is different.
Vita Craft: American-Made, Globally-Loved Luxury Cookware
Three cookware salesmen from Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, got together during the waning years of the Great Depression and cooked up an idea for a new, superior type of pan. More than 80 years later, Vita Craft, now based in Shawnee, Kansas, is still combining integrity, attention to detail and craftsmanship with the latest in cookware innovation
The Chaperone – Review
The fictional story begins in 1920s Kansas, where 16-year-old Louise Brooks (Haley Lu Richardson) learns that she is accepted into…