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Meet the new and vastly improved InkKC.com

The new inkkc.com is a fun digital experience for all devices
The new inkkc.com is a fun digital experience for all devices AP

Notice anything different at InkKC.com? Like … everything?

Since launching in 2008, Ink has stayed committed to being the definitive lifestyle and entertainment magazine for young professionals who work and play in Kansas City, Lawrence and the surrounding areas. It’s been a lot of fun.

Only problem? Our website couldn’t keep up. It was time for an InkKC.com that truly reflects what we’re all about.

Don’t worry — we’re still your guide to events, music and food and drink. But we’re changing how you find that info.

Whether you’re viewing InkKC.com from your desktop, tablet or phone, our new design delivers an experience that’s tailored to your digital device.

Everything loads faster, and the presentation is cleaner. Stories are more visual and designed to scroll continuously, which means less clicking for you.

Going out? We’ve changed how we present our featured events so it’s easier to find the events you really want.

And we’ve made it easy for you to access our electronic edition, an exact digital replica of our weekly newsstand publication . Absolutely free.

Our website redesign is a big deal. Huge thanks to Kansas City Star Web developer Jay Pilgreen and his team of advisers for keeping Ink’s reader experience a top priority.

Now we want to hear from you. What do you think about the new inkkc.com? Is there anything we can do to make Ink even better?

I sincerely look forward to hearing from you. Thank you for reading. Go Royals!

Please send feedback to me at jennifer@inkkc.com

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