The Wonderscope Children’s Museum is closer to opening a new and larger facility in south Kansas City with a $4 million matching grant from the Regnier Family Foundation. The museum is currently in Shawnee.
Rolling Stone reports that facial recognition technology was used at a Taylor Swift concert to look for people stalking her. But the secret use of this technology raises privacy issues for some people.
Movie review: “Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse” is an animated mind trip that lives up to the hype. It deserves top ranking among Spider-Man’s greatest cinematic achievements, live-action or otherwise.
Miss USA Sarah Rose Summers apologized after being accused of mocking Miss Universe contestants for not being able to speak English. Critics said her comments about Miss Cambodia and Miss Vietnam were bullying.
A British Santa had a meltdown over the weekend, ripping off his beard in front of the children and cursing at them when a fire alarm went off during an event. Organizers apologized for Santa’s bad behavior.
A Kickstarter campaign hopes to create bobbleheads of the best African-American and Hispanic baseball players of the Negro Leagues, founded in Kansas City. The team would commemorate the league’s centennial in 2020.
Lily, a Muppet first introduced on “Sesame Street” in 2011 to discuss food insecurity, is back, and she and her family are homeless. She will star in a series of videos that address the nation’s homeless problem.
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