Kansas City recently made headlines after two LGBTQ-themed books—All Boys Aren’t Blue by George M. Johnson and Fun Home by Alison Bechdel—were pulled from shelves in the North Kansas City School District. The move came after a group called the Northland Parent Association raised concerns about the way the authors discuss gender and sexuality. The… Continue reading An isolated fight over two books in a KC school drew national attention. Is it the start of something bigger?
The design duo at Kobel & Co. starts a new project by asking lots of questions. “We spend time up front,” says Elizabeth Bennett, who co-owns the firm with Mallory Robins. Before grabbing samples, sourcing furniture or developing a strategy, Bennett and Robins want to really understand how their clients live—and how they want to… Continue reading Kobel & Co. revamps a Leawood home from the late eighties while drawing inspiration from Charleston and Santa Barbara
Taylor Tomlinson | Saturday, December 11 If self-deprecating humor is your thing, then you might have seen Taylor Tomlinson’s recent Netflix special, Quarter-Life Crisis. If you didn’t see it and self-deprecating humor is still your thing, you can catch Tomlinson live at the Uptown this weekend. 7 and 9:30 pm. Uptown Theater, 3700 Broadway Blvd.,… Continue reading 9 Things To Do In KC This Weekend: December 10–12, 2021
The coronavirus pandemic has caused an epidemic of sleeping problems—and forced homebound people who suffer from poor sleep to toss out old excuses for why—here’s what you should know about treatment options. The Great Sleep Shortage How a stressful pandemic year is affecting sleep—and what you can do about it By Brad Martin Have… Continue reading Kansas City’s Guide to a Good Night’s Sleep