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From homestead to farm stand, how a KC couple grows in the city

So you want to be a farmer? Farmers Brooke Salvaggio and Daniel Heryer, both 35, have a nearly round-the-clock urban agricultural endeavor they have built from scratch in a quiet, working-class neighborhood 5 miles east of the Country Club Plaza on the 13.5-acre plot of land they call Urbavore Farm.

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Six KC patios and rooftops for summer drinks [Partner]

When the weather is just right and a refreshing cocktail is calling your name, head to one of these six Kansas City spots. And, you can afford to try more great outdoor spaces this summer with the Passport Program, which offers deals from local bars and restaurants.

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KC restaurant updates for May: What’s coming, what’s open & what’s closed

New places to eat and drink have recently opened in Blue Springs, Harrisonville, KCK, Lawrence, Lee’s Summit, Lenexa, midtown, the Northland, Overland Park, Raytown, Smithville, the West Bottoms and Westport. Coming up in the next few weeks: Billy Sims Barbecue and Meshuggah Bagels in Overland Park, Chuy’s in Olathe, Headrush coffee in Briarcliff and Songbird in the Crossroads. May 2017.

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KC couple build farm from the ground up

Daniel Heryer and Brooke Salvaggio have worked tirelessly to carve out their urban farm, Urbavore. “We are proof that you can still build a dream on sweat and blood. It does happen,” Salvaggio says.
Rich Sugg The Kansas City Star
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