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Gun violence in our Metro seems to be an issue we can’t ignore. With four out of 10 Americans living at home with a gun, the Flatland team talks to gun owners and community leaders about how to keep our communities safe.
90.9 The Bridge celebrates the musical contributions of Asian Pacific Islander Desi American artists throughout the month of May. We will have special programming on air and online to dive into the stories, backgrounds and experiences of the artists behin...
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Today, Morning Edition announced the winner of the eighth annual Tiny Desk Contest: Alisa Amador. A songwriter from Boston, Mass., her entry "Milonga accidental" rose to the top of the thousands NPR Music received this year.This was Amador's fifth year su...
The arts play a big role in the Mattie Rhodes Center's ongoing efforts to serve Kansas City's most vulnerable people.
Epic Arts is developing creative spaces in hopes of building a sense of place and pride in Wyandotte County.
Vi Tran Band performs "Sherlock" as part of "Art Moves Us," which celebrates the arts in Kansas City.
"Fade to Black," a new Kansas City PBS documentary, explores the past, present and future of movie exhibition through the eyes of the people who helped build the industry, and hope to ensure it survives the COVID-19 pandemic.
Glenn North’s new poem, “I Sing Their Names,” celebrates Kansas City Black history.
The KC Media Collective is a partnership designed to strengthen the local news ecosystem by opening lines of communication among six organizations located in the Kansas City region.