On my rare visit to Barnes and Noble, a store that encourages consumer to buy books online, I discovered a new batch of books containing vintage photos of Kansas City and other nearby places of interest. While I admire the effort to collect and annotate enough historic photos for a book, I don’t see myself
…but wait,there is more… Old Photos: Vintage Kansas City
If you are not just headed to the Kansas City Public Library to look at porn or have sex, you may want to visit their excellent free exhibit Alert Today, Alive Tomorrow: Living With the Atomic Bomb, 1945-65. Whether you are a history buff or just want to know why your crazy grandpa is storing canned water
…but wait,there is more… Alert Today, Alive Tomorrow
Every child in Johnson County, KS knows that bus is bad. Our relationship with the bus service ends on the first day we are able to get a driver’s license and our fine-leather-clad feet never step through a bus door again. From there on, our asses are firmly planted in the leather seats of overpriced
…but wait,there is more… Johnson County Improves Bus Service To Spite Itself
This article about the Hyatt Regency disaster published in the Weekly World News on August 11, 1981 has a curious inset.
…but wait,there is more… The Curse of Kansas City
This week 40 years ago the Kansas City International Airport was dedicated by Vice President Spiro Agnew. Hard to believe that it’s living out its last few years.
*all images are readable if clicked
Weird juxtaposition – airport opening and a terror act
…but wait,there is more… Old Newspapers: Kansas City International Airport Dedication