November Project, a free fitness movement that started five years ago in Boston, is now in 32 cities worldwide. Members of the Kansas City “tribe” meet before sunrise at Liberty Memorial and form friendships while sweating through sprints, squats and push-ups.
Kansas City-area women are embracing their sexy sides by booking boudoir photography sessions. They say the trend — which is all over Pinterest and wedding blogs — is all about building body confidence.
Whiskey Design owner/director Matt Wegerer has been working for six years in a building he and wife Cindy split. She runs Kazoo Media in one half, and they share conference and lounge space. Teamed up, their businesses can act as a full-fledged ad agency.
Angela and Isaac Honer went to the same high school but didn’t connect until college. They married in July at a church in KCK, then partied with friends and family at a simple, elegant reception at The Bauer.
For our fall bar guide, we’re raising a glass to new bars in historic Kansas City-area buildings. Among them: Boulevard’s new Beer Hall, a distillery in a former candy factory and a brewery that saved the Golden Ox’s old-school bar.
For Kansas City trainers, Pokémon Go isn’t just a game; it’s a lifestyle. Here are 11 local hotspots where expert trainers go to catch rare monsters, stock up on supplies and mingle with other players.
Fred Armisen is best known for comedic roles on “Saturday Night Live” and “Portlandia.” But before that he was a musician, including a 10-year stint as a drummer with the Chicago band Trenchmouth. Armisen speaks Saturday at Ink’s Middle of the Map Fest.
Thanks to an algorithm on SoundCloud, 18-year-old rapper Rory Fresco of Kansas City got a huge boost when his song “Lowkey” was chosen to play right after Kanye West’s “Real Friends/No More Parties in L.A.”