Missouri bill would allow growlers in gas stations, grocers

Missouri beer lovers could get their fill of rich milk stouts and hoppy pale ales on draft at convenience and grocery stores under proposals brewing in the state Legislature. The two measures would allow stores that sell packaged beer to add to their wares growlers, or take-home jugs of draft beer.

Missouri bill would allow growlers in gas stations, grocers

Missouri beer lovers could get their fill of rich milk stouts and hoppy pale ales on draft at convenience and grocery stores under proposals brewing in the state Legislature. The two measures would allow stores that sell packaged beer to add to their wares growlers, or take-home jugs of draft beer.

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A reunited Fleetwood Mac gives a big Sprint Center crowd a potent dose of nostalgia

Fleetwood Mac never broke up, but in 1998 Christine McVie retired, and for nearly 16 years, the band forged on. But it wasn’t the same without her. Saturday night, for the first time since 1987, the band performed in Kansas City with McVie, nearly filling the Sprint Center and delivering a show that was as rousing and satisfying as it was nostalgic and memorable.

A reunited Fleetwood Mac gives a big Sprint Center crowd a potent dose of nostalgia

Fleetwood Mac never broke up, but in 1998 Christine McVie retired, and for nearly 16 years, the band forged on. But it wasn’t the same without her. Saturday night, for the first time since 1987, the band performed in Kansas City with McVie, nearly filling the Sprint Center and delivering a show that was as rousing and satisfying as it was nostalgic and memorable.
 

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Kansas City man of letters James McKinley dies at 79

James C. McKinley, longtime Kansas City writer and editor, died Saturday. He was 79. McKinley wrote, taught and was the longtime editor of New Letters, a literary magazine published by the University of Missouri-Kansas City.

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