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    Local Spotlight: Evening with the ‘Rents

    Good Humored People with Big Hearts Evening with the ‘Rents, a fundraiser for Camp Encourage, is this Friday, March 10th at the historic Gem Theater. The story behind this event is definitely worth telling. Speech Pathologists, Kennan Stump and Matt Braun, both of New Balloon Therapy, had an idea four years ago after a night […]

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    We Rock on Wheels: Launch Party Feb. 4th!

    Are You Ready to Rock on Wheels? We Rock The Spectrum, Kansas City’s first gym that caters especially to children with special needs and autism, is announcing an exciting event: the We Rock on Wheels Sensory Bus! Join in on celebrating the arrival of Kansas City’s ONLY inclusive sensory bus. This family fun event will […]

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    Local Find #12: KC Holiday Gift Guide: Something Sweet Vintage Boutique

    Give Something Sweet! Still looking for some last minute gifts? We have found the sweetest local boutique there is, full of charming home decor including furniture, unique prints, and vintage based gifts. Owners Linda and Amanda, a mother-daughter duo, are proud Kansas Citians, vintage lovers and creatives at heart that started Something Sweet Vintage Boutique in […]

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    Local Find #9: KC Holiday Gift Guide: Sweet Kiss Brigadeiro

    We met the mother-daughter duo of Sweet Kiss Brigadeiro about a year ago, when I tasted a bite at a pop-up! This Brazilian candy is Kansas City’s only brigadeiro and would make a fabulous gift or addition to your holiday party! A Brigadeiro is handcrafted Brazilian chocolate candy. They are not only delicious, but beautiful […]

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    Local Find #8: Holiday Gift Guide: Carly Rae Studio

    Local Artist’s Whimsical Artwork Carly, the artist behind Carly Rae Studio,  lives in Kansas City and her artwork is a breath of fresh air. Her beautiful detailed prints start with a pencil outline of a shape and is slowly filled in with tiny watercolor flowers. She picks familiar things and finds the beauty in the ordinary. […]

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