The KC Daiquiri Shop at 1116 Grand Blvd. has gained a great following in Kansas City since its 2018 opening. With more than 10 flavors of daiquiris, food and hookah, the atmosphere is lively and upbeat, which owners Kinley Strickland and Calvin Vick compare to a New Orleans’ Mardi Gras, Bour…
WHAT WILL YOU BUY FROM BLACK BUSINESSES THIS HOLIDAY?
If you walk into the soul food restaurant Ain’t Yo Momma Kitchen and demand something, servers and owner Franadcea Boston will tell you, “This ain’t your momma’s kitchen. This is where the customer is always wrong.”
If there is one thing rapper Walter Edwin, also known as the Popper, is known for, it’s his absolute dedication and pride for Kansas City.
Five Kansas City-based organizations have joined forces to address the ongoing disparities Black entrepreneurs face.
Tameca Williams considers her sweet treats at Sugarush Berries comfort food.
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.
Weekly, for the last three months, a redistricting commission has been meeting to very carefully examine how the city could redraw its six city council districts. By law, after the completion of the U.S. Census, the boundaries of all elected districts are to be redrawn to make sure they’re e…
The Wichita Public Library has established a new internet connectivity program to provide 250 internet bundles for library cardholders to borrow. Each bundle comes with a Google Chromebook 3100 laptop, a T-Mobile hotspot, and a how-to guide for using these devices.