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Watch this woman eat a 5-pound burrito in less than two minutes

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Pullman BBQ in Parkville

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Students at Shawnee Mission East find new way to deal with Westboro

Watch UMKC’s game-winning shot 0:53

Watch UMKC’s game-winning shot

Touching tribute from Guatemala caps remembrance of Mike McGraw 7:56

Touching tribute from Guatemala caps remembrance of Mike McGraw

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Mother says she reported KanCare to state legislators. Then her daughter's services got taken away

Sporting Kansas City drafts Butler goalkeeper Eric Dick and Denver center back Graham Smith 1:10

Sporting Kansas City drafts Butler goalkeeper Eric Dick and Denver center back Graham Smith

Mother pleads to the public for help in son’s murder 1:35

Mother pleads to the public for help in son’s murder

Supporters, critics debate a proposed office complex in Overland Park 2:41

Supporters, critics debate a proposed office complex in Overland Park

Silvio De Sousa on choosing to play for KU basketball this season 2:01

Silvio De Sousa on choosing to play for KU basketball this season

  • Jonathan Justus opens new South Plaza restaurant

    Tour the new Black Dirt restaurant, located at 5070 Main St., in Kansas City. Jonathan Justus owns Black Dirt and the popular restaurant Justus Drugstore in Smithville.

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Long awaited south Plaza restaurant finally opens

James Beard Award-nominated Jonathan Justus will open Black Dirt for dinner on Jan. 19. He describes it as farm-to-table, modern American restaurant and bar.

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Toy store owner seeks new home for vintage lunch box collection

John Middelkamp, the owner of Zoom, a toy store on the Plaza, plans to close in mid-January. Middelkamp is seeking a home for his expansive collection of vintage metal lunch boxes, some which date back to 1935. Middelkamp hopes to find a home for the entire collection of 230 metal lunch boxes. He prefers to keep the collection intact.

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Students at Shawnee Mission East find new way to deal with Westboro 2:05

Students at Shawnee Mission East find new way to deal with Westboro

Watch UMKC’s game-winning shot 0:53

Watch UMKC’s game-winning shot

Touching tribute from Guatemala caps remembrance of Mike McGraw 7:56

Touching tribute from Guatemala caps remembrance of Mike McGraw

Mother says she reported KanCare to state legislators. Then her daughter's services got taken away 2:38

Mother says she reported KanCare to state legislators. Then her daughter's services got taken away

Sporting Kansas City drafts Butler goalkeeper Eric Dick and Denver center back Graham Smith 1:10

Sporting Kansas City drafts Butler goalkeeper Eric Dick and Denver center back Graham Smith

Jonathan Justus opens new South Plaza restaurant 2:37

Jonathan Justus opens new South Plaza restaurant

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Mother pleads to the public for help in son’s murder

Supporters, critics debate a proposed office complex in Overland Park 2:41

Supporters, critics debate a proposed office complex in Overland Park

Silvio De Sousa on choosing to play for KU basketball this season 2:01

Silvio De Sousa on choosing to play for KU basketball this season

Chiefs fan downs two beers, elbow drops into a fire and walks away unscathed 0:36

Chiefs fan downs two beers, elbow drops into a fire and walks away unscathed

Neighborhood taproom adds to East 63rd Street revitalization

BKS Artisan Ales is a neighborhood-focused brewery and taproom opening soon in Brookside. It is housed in one of several East 63rd Street commercial properties redeveloped by Butch Rigby, who has a vision for the area.
Jill Toyoshiba and Joyce Smith The Kansas City Star
Neighborhood taproom adds to East 63rd Street revitalization 1:12

Neighborhood taproom adds to East 63rd Street revitalization

Toy store owner seeks new home for vintage lunch box collection 2:24

Toy store owner seeks new home for vintage lunch box collection

Chef-driven Hogshead opens on the Plaza 1:28

Chef-driven Hogshead opens on the Plaza

Ax throwing club in the West Bottoms 0:39

Ax throwing club in the West Bottoms