The Kansas City Star
— Mike Ransdell Dean Gorsuch of Gering, Neb., went to the ground during a Steer Wrestling event at the American Royal Wrangler Million Dollar Tour Gold Rodeo at Sprint Center last fall.
— The Kansas City Star In what began as a small microbrewery in downtown Kansas City, Boulevard Brewery is now the largest Missouri independent maker of beer.
— The KC Star Saison beer by the Boulevard Brewing Company
submitted image from Boulevard.
Boulevard's Amber Ale
— THE KANSAS CITY STAR The Community Christian Church "Steeple of Light" sculpture was designed by Dale Eldred for the church, which was designed by Frank Lloyd Wright.
— The Kansas City Star J.C. Nichols fountain on the Country Club Plaza
The Steamboat Arabia's huge anchor and tie-down.
The Union Station Massacre on June 17, 1933: Five men were slain in an attempt to free bank robber Frank Nash, including Nash
— The Kansas City Star A pork sandwich with fries and burnt ends sandwich at Jones Bar-B-Q, 609 North 6th in Kansas City, Kan.
— Kansas City Star Stephen "Smokey" Schwartz served up his specialty, a chopped burnt end sandwhich, at Burnt End in Overland Park.
Samples of Christopher Elbow's Artisanal Chocolates
A box of Christopher Elbow Artisan Chocolates
— The Kansas City St Christopher Elbow chocolates: lemon (yellow), hazelnut praline (pattern) and strawberry
On July 18, 1981, the day after a fatal collapse of the skywalks at the Hyatt Regency hotel in Kansas City, crews searched through the rubble and began clearing it away.
Country Club Plaza after the annual holiday lighting ceremony
— SPECIAL TO THE STAR The Bartle Hall pylons in the foreground as the Comet Hale-Baopp flies overhead
The 1985 World Series champion Kansas City Royals
— The Kansas City Star The Scout, a statue in Penn Valley Park.
Caption: Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art. Shuttlecocks on the lawn.
— The Kansas City Sta "Shuttlecocks," in the sculpture park at The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art
Bloch Fountain at Union Station at night.
— MCT David Cook
— JOHN SLEEZER/KANSAS CITY STAR Kansas City Royals Hall of Fame player George Brett
Ginger Rogers with Fred Astaire
Harry S. Truman
Kansas City icon and KMBC-TV anchorman Larry Moore
Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Len Dawson (16) turns around to hand the ball off to running back Mike Garrett (21) in Super Bowl IV in New Orleans, Louisiana, Jan. 11, 1970, against the Minnesota Vikings.
— TRIAGE ENTERTAINMENT Leavenworth native and Grammy Award winning singer/songwriter Melissa Etheridge
Walt Disney with one of the first Mickey Mouse dolls. With brother Roy, Walt delivered the Star and Times to subscribers on a midtown route from 1911 to 1917. In 1919, he applied for a cartoonist position at the newspaper but was not hired. Months later he took a job at a Kansas City film advertising company and learned the fundamentals of animation.
SONY VIDEO SOFTWARE
— SONY VIDEO SOFTWARE Charlie Parker
Kansas City's Thomas Hart Benton
— AP Maurice Greene
Bob Berdella kidnapped, tortured and killed six young men and buried body parts in the yard of his Hyde Park home in Kansas City.