Limitless Brewing is moving a half-mile away—but will still be open for Christmas

Limitless Brewing beers/Courtesy photo

Limitless Brewing was Lenexa’s first brewery and has enjoyed being tucked away in an industrial park just west of I-35. With little signage and no foot traffic from the neighboring HVAC contractor or the maker of stadium chairs, most patrons found the microbrewery by word of mouth.

Photos: Chiefs vs. Rams on November 27

In 2018, the Kansas City Chiefs and the Los Angeles Rams played what many consider to be the greatest regular-season game in NFL history. Sunday’s matchup was not that—the Rams are having a down year with key players injured—but Chiefs’ fans will take it anyway, because unlike that classic matchup five years ago, KC got the win.

Legacy Skates in the Crossroads aims to unite the city’s roller skating community

Legacy Skates in the Crossroads/Photo by Samantha Levi

Legacy, which is a block from Boulevard Brewing in the Westside neighborhood, bills itself as the city’s only roller skate shop.

Tecovas brings its understated Western wear to Leawood

The Annie boots by Tecovas/Photo by Samantha Levi

Don’t mosey into the new Tecovas store in Leawood looking for jeans with rhinestones on the pockets. The Texas-based brand, founded by born-and-raised Texan Paul Hedrick, specializes in ostrich boots and plaid pearl button shirts but tends to take an understated approach.

Review: Saltwell Farm Kitchen surprises in rural Douglas County

A meal served at Saltwell Farm Kitchen/Photo by Caleb Condit and Rebecca Norden

With the exception of olive oil, spices and a few cheeses, everything on the menu and in the kitchen at Saltwell is sourced from within six miles. (Concessions are made for select produce from their friends at Crum’s Heirlooms, located forty miles east in Bonner Springs, and occasional seafood overnighted from Fabulous Fish.) 

The story behind an eye-catching building on the Paseo

The Zahner headquarters building at Ninth and Paseo/Photo by Jeremey Theron Kirby

Described by its designers as a “cloud wall,” the Zahner Headquarters at Ninth and Paseo in downtown Kansas City makes an impression.