Tag Archives: Kansas City

7 Ways to Wow Your Valentine in Missouri

Photo provided bt The Broadway Hotel.

Want to impress that special someone this Valentine’s Day? Here are seven romantic Missouri experiences that could help ensure maximum snuggle time when Cupid’s big day rolls around. Ask a Big Question The Riverfront Trail along the Mississippi River in downtown Cape Girardeau has been the scene of countless marriage proposals. Strategically placed benches along the way offer assistance in ... Read More »

A Spa Day in Kansas City

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For our 23rd anniversary, my husband and I decided to stay in Kansas City versus trying to fit in a quick weekend trip to Chicago. Still wanting to “get away,” we opted for an afternoon at the Spa at Briarcliff. While a winter in Missouri is not quite the same as a winter in Cozumel, Mexico, the experience at the ... Read More »

Ring in the New Year in Missouri: Celebrations for All Ages

First Night St. Louis, photo courtesy of the St. Louis CVC.

Across the state of Missouri, folks are ready to start fresh and ring in the new year. Here are a few suggestions, for every age, to get the party started! St. Louis For Adults: Celebration at Blueberry Hill Blueberry Hill restaurant and music club is located in the Delmar Loop District of University City, so it is right in the ... Read More »

Kansas City Theaters: What to Watch this Winter

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Make a list (and check it twice) … here are the hottest tickets of the season. FOR YOU AND YOURS | Now arriving at the Kauffman Center for the Preforming Arts … the no. 1 Christmas music artist of all time, Mannheim Steamroller, and its 30th anniversary tour. NOV 23 REINDEER GAMES | TV classic Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer soars ... Read More »

Kansas City: An Affordable Destination

Kansas City Zoo

The results are in and Travel + Leisure has selected Kansas City as America’s Most Affordable Getaway. This is Travel + Leisure’s 8th annual America’s Favorite Cities survey. Respondents to the survey rated their choice of 1,209 destinations in up to 67 categories, using a scale of one to five (with five being the highest score). At the closing of ... Read More »

Best of Show: Keep Kansas City on Your Radar


The Huffington Post named Kansas City one of the top five cities you should keep your eye on, if you aren’t already. Affectionately nicknamed KCMO, the city was founded in 1850. According to the Kansas City Public Library’s website, KCMO was originally incorporated as the “Town of Kansas.” In 1889, after undergoing several incorporations, Kansas City was the final name ... Read More »

Shining a Klieg Light on Missouri Film Fests

True/False Film Festival in Columbia.

“That’s part of your problem, you haven’t seen enough movies,” says Steve Martin in Grand Canyon.“All of life’s riddles are answered in the movies.”   And nowhere will you have a better time at the movies than at a film festival, say the people who create these events for Missouri. “You’ll enjoy the personal playlist of people who are devoted to ... Read More »

Kansas City Offers a Little Bit of Everything


Jazz, Barbecue, Fountains…we call them “The Big Three” of KC, but this Missouri city is getting on the map for much more these days. Carolyn Anderson with Visit KC shares a few ways to enjoy the Kansas City Experience. Taste a bit of Kansas City History If cheers and spirits are your thing, find out why KC is called “The ... Read More »

Eat, Drink and Be Merry at Local Kansas City Spots

Little Freshie

I don’t know about you, but when I go to a new city, I love to eat and shop local to really experience the city’s culture. Therefore, I was just about as giddy as a schoolgirl when I went to Kansas City to get a taste of the city’s local charm. Let’s start with my favorite thing to talk about: ... Read More »

KC Chiefs in St. Joseph: A Different Type of Summer Camp

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There is a joke among my family and friends about being fans of the Kansas City Chiefs. We say that when we die, we want the Chiefs to serve as our pall bearers so that they can “let me down one more time.” That might sound dismissive, but in truth, it goes to the fierce loyalty we carry for our ... Read More »