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Harp Barbecue is Moving to OP

In its six years of business, Raytown’s Harp Barbecue has come to be regarded as one of KC’s best ‘cue spots – but its Raytown

Stock Hill goes casual – sort of

When Stock Hill steak house opened in the South Plaza in late 2016, it was one of the largest restaurants in the metro, and one

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We scoured the history books, took a look at the last 180 or so years of Kansas City history and cherry-picked the moments and movements that shaped the city we live in today. Some events called for instant celebration or quick action, others for somber reflection and disciplined planning, but each moment in time led us to where we find ourselves now.

40 Moments That Shaped Kansas City

We scoured the history books, took a look at the last 180 or so years of Kansas City history and cherry-picked the moments and movements that shaped the city we live in today. Some events called for instant celebration or quick action, others for somber reflection and disciplined planning, but each moment in time led us to where we find ourselves now.

KC’s American Royal Evolves

It began with stockyards in the West Bottoms. What is now known as the American Royal was once just dirt-covered fields thick with an overwhelming

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