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Growing up in Kansas City’s urban core, longtime friends and fraternity brothers Dan Smith and Charon Thompson would often hear that Kansas City is one of America’s most entrepreneurial cities. But they never heard the small businesses in their neighborhoods included in those conversations.
No two families are alike, and households come in different shapes, sizes, and colors. Lashona Jones' book "Family Ties" helps young children identify the type of blended family they live with and illustrates a positive message of understanding, acceptance, and family.
Kansas City’s Human Relations Department is updating its name to the Civil Rights and Equal Opportunity Department in an effort to renew focus on investigating civil rights violations and ensuring that inclusion, equity and diversity goals and training are part of all city operations.
Roughly 4,300 Missourians eligible for health care under Medicaid expansion have been enrolled, a top Missouri Medicaid official said Thursday.
First Fridays on the Vine continued Oct. 1 with vendors, food and music in the heart of the Jazz District.
Rhonda Green's novel, Surviving The Sunrises & Sunsets, is a combination of stories that tells the readers about the ups and downs of her life and serves as a guide to navigating their life journey. Each story has a lesson from her experiences, some funny and empowering, while others tou…
Last weekend, the second annual Midwest Soul Vegfest took place at Swope Park, featuring speakers including doctors, nutritionists and vegans, and more than 50 vendors all promoting health, wellness and plant-based eating.