From Yellow to Black

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Solar Eclipse

The last time it occurred was nearly 100 years ago on June 8, 1918. People all over Kansas City want to be sure to have a great seat when it happens again this year. The solar eclipse on Monday, Aug. 21, is a popular topic of conversation from, “Have you purchased your glasses?” to “Where will […]

Is Kombucha For You?

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kombucha

You’ve likely heard the word “kombucha” recently by coming across it at a restaurant or juice shop, seeing it on-tap at Whole Foods, or maybe know a friend who makes their own fancy version at home.  Are you considering jumping on the bandwagon, too?  Let’s dig a little deeper into the roots of this ancient […]

Hunger at Home

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Lack of food affects 40 million Americans

In Clay and Platte Counties, an estimated 2,700 children live without consistent access to nutritious food. One out of five Northland children live in a home without enough food. Often, a school lunch is their only meal of the day. Going Hungry What happens to children who go to school hungry? “Just skipping breakfast can […]

Surf’s Up, KC!

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Flow House Kansas City

If North Kansas City can’t go to the beach, the beach will go to North Kansas City, as least relatively speaking. This time next year, you could be riding the waves at Flow House Kansas City, a surfing-themed attraction scheduled to open in One North, a mixed-use development under construction at I-35 and Armour Road […]

Just Breathe

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Asthma Triggers

Asthma attacks are scary, and if you’re a woman, your chance of being diagnosed with asthma increases as you age. When you’re 20, the rate of diagnosis is equally split between men and women. However, by age 40, women are twice as likely to have asthma than men of the same age. “We are aware […]