The Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts, working with the Royals, hired XS Lighting to project the team’s logo on the building each night of the postseason. Meanwhile, the iconic Power & Light Building at left — which for years boasted a red dome with changing colors below — glowed a solid Royals blue.
The Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts, working with the Royals, hired XS Lighting to project the team’s logo on the building each night of the postseason. Meanwhile, the iconic Power & Light Building at left — which for years boasted a red dome with changing colors below — glowed a solid Royals blue. ROY INMAN Special to The Star
The Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts, working with the Royals, hired XS Lighting to project the team’s logo on the building each night of the postseason. Meanwhile, the iconic Power & Light Building at left — which for years boasted a red dome with changing colors below — glowed a solid Royals blue. ROY INMAN Special to The Star

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