Black History in Kansas City

Anyone who has heard me talk about Kansas City know that I have nothing but love for this city. It's friendly, there's plenty to do, and there  is a ton of great restaurants, and of course there's barbecue. :) Kansas City made it as my favorite new city that I visited in 2013. So, I wasn't surprised … [Read more...]

Jazz in the City: Kansas City

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3IqNlybMLQw&feature=share&list=UUgM1KXskU-9ypa4XhICZL5Q[/youtube] Kansas City and jazz are as inseparable as Kansas City and its BBQ; it's a part of the city fabric. The vibrations of contemporary jazz echo throughout the many venues, and there is … [Read more...]

Kansas City and Its Barbecue

The people of Kansas City take their Bar-B-Que seriously. It's kind of like politics where everyone has their passionate opinion and is firm in it. I typically don't do food or restaurant reviews unless I'm truly moved by the experience and must share it. However, when you repeatedly hear that you … [Read more...]

Kansas City Friendly

Travel and Leisure magazine published their top 20 snobbiest cities for 2013 and Kansas City, Missouri was number 15 on the list. My initial thoughts were Kansas City isn't really that snobby, is it? What do they have to be snobby about living in fly over country? Well, I recently spent three … [Read more...]