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Photo gallery: Pop singer Katy Perry brings fireworks to the Sprint Center

After hanging out at Schlitterbahn and Union Station, pop singer Katy Perry and her band resumed their Prismatic World Tour on Tuesday night at the Sprint Center, performing such chart-topping hits as 2008's "I Kissed a Girl" and the most recent smash, "Dark Horse." Click the link to see photos from the show by The Star's Allison Long and come back later to KansasCity.com for a review of the concert.

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HOK will acquire Kansas City-based 360 Architecture

HOK, an architecture, engineering and design company with offices in 23 cities around the world, will have a Kansas City footprint again with its acquisition of 360 Architecture. The leading designer of stadiums, ballparks, arenas, recreation centers and entertainment districts will re-energize HOK’s sports facility business, a practice it spun off in 2008.

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Sprint, last among networks, pushes a new device and an app offer

Sprint, which ranked fourth in a RootMetrics report to Verizon, AT&T and T-Mobile, said it had exclusive rights to offer the Aquos Crystal, a phone from Sharp that pushes its display screen to the edges of the device. Another new offering is the App Pass, a subscription service that provides access to a catalog of mobile apps and games.

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Abigail J. Fallon: Food trucks often face roadblocks

“Missouri municipalities need to revise food truck laws that protect the interests of brick-and-mortar restaurants at the expense of consumer choice,” writes Abigail J. Fallon, a University of Missouri student who recently interned at the Show-Me Institute, which promotes market solutions for Missouri public policy.