When Ramonda Scales hits the runway, she envisions herself walking on her insecurities, fears and anything stopping her from achieving. It’s the strategy she used earlier this month as she strutted and shined in her very first runway appearances at New York Fashion Week.
Fashion has always been a huge part of William Haskell’s life. From growing up seeing his father always wearing dress pants – even while mowing grass -- to starting his first job in the clothing industry dressing mannequins and organizing window displays.
The Corrigan Station rooftop space was crowded with more than 100 people wearing different styles and colors of hats. The original event held Sun., Aug. 29, celebrated the various “hats” people wear in Kansas City.
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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.