We’ve always seen Kansas City as having the perfect ratio of city-to-simplicity—and we’re glad others are finally seeing that too. A recent CNBC Make It article reported an Icelandair...Read More
Kenny Chesney Put on the puka shell necklace, pull the straw cowboy hat down real low, and purchase one (1) case of White Claw per
Pouring Soon in KC BY MARTIN CIZMAR Tall Trellis This taproom sandwiched between two large new housing developments in western Olathe is owned by Kansas
BEER OF THE YEAR Premiant Pilsner By Alma Mader BY LIZ COOK PHOTOGRAPHY BY CALEB CONDIT AND REBECCA NORDEN Nick Mader never wanted to be known
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Truly Bubbly Get your claws on some of these locally microbrewed hard seltzers. BY MARY HENN Fünzzies // 3Halves Brewing Co. 110 E. Kansas St.,
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Local Sour Beers for Your Next Party BY NATALIE TORRES GALLAGHER Summer barbecues mean coolers full of ice and drinks—and, too often, that one picky
Why I Do Not Care What Beer Geeks Think About Hazy IPAs BY LIZ COOK I live in a constant, low-grade fear of Beer People.
Kansas City’s beer scene is hoppin’. Here are EIGHT great new spots. HOW WE MADE THIS LIST We visited sixteen new breweries that have opened
We’ve always seen Kansas City as having the perfect ratio of city-to-simplicity—and we’re glad others are finally seeing that too. A recent CNBC Make It
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A Prairie Village woman disappeared without a trace in the summer of 2019.
Her husband told conflicting stories
and refused to talk to the police.
Now, her daughter wants answers.
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