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A Grand Parade

The Kansas City Royals won the World Series for the first time since 1985. There have been longer droughts between titles but that neither alleviated the frustration of the die-hards nor dampened the enthusiasm that funneled twice Kansas City’s population into the bowels of the city like locomotives used to funnel cattle to the stockyards in the Bottoms. 2,582 more words


Royals and the World Series

Royals and the World Series: The story of how I came to love my Hometown.


I remember seeing a bunch of stuff on Facebook about the Royals. 2,580 more words

Prim's Proper

I said, “The Hope of youth,
fictitious truth, lays covered in a shroud.”

–Larry Norman’s Nightmare #71

Any attempt describing the Kansas City Poetry Scene… 1,826 more words




Why You Should Trust Her: Bailey was born and raised in Kansas City and lives in one of its most vibrant communities. 691 more words

Trust A Local

Today's Beer: Imperial Stout X - Coffee, by Boulevard Brewing Company

The people of Kansas City, Missouri have a big time reason to be proud when it comes to craft beer. Boulevard has always been one of the most underrated in the business, and especially when it comes to their Smokestack Series of bombers. 147 more words

Craft Beer

A Call to Alms

It was the last day of the year. Sunrise was hours away. A blanket of blackness stretched taut across the firmament, enveloping all the earth, it seemed, though even on the hilltops the horizon was scant few miles distant. 1,953 more words