We discussed her victorious grassroots campaign for the Wichita City Council seat in district six, She defeated a well-funded incumbent.
This Book can be purchased at Willa’s Book & Vinyl Galore Located at 1734 E 63rd Suite 110 St.KCMO 64110 This Book can be purchased at Willa’s Book & Vinyl Colin Powell is the embodiment of the American dream. He was born in Harlem to immigrant parents from Jamaica. He knew the rough life of
Interview With Renaire Palmer owner Of Fundamental Fitness
We sit down with City Councilwoman Lavonta Williams as she discusses what in the works for improving the community of Wichita. She explains in detail the “aquatic program”, the renovations of Wichita State, future construction projects, tackling drug use and homelessness, and future plans for the Boys and Girls Club building on 21st and Grove.
: Today we are with Fran Jackson of the Wichita African American Council of Elders, an organization dedicated to the promotion of African American history and heritage, helping African Americans youth in education and improving economic opportunities for African American families. Councilwoman Jackson talks about the history of the Council, her thoughts on improving the
What’s Up Wichita sits down with local business owner Curtis Bowen as he discusses his life journey, how he became an electrician, and the advantages to working as a tradesman
What’s Up Kansas City talks with Crows Coffee shop Owner Zach Moores and Assistant City Manager Rick Usher about how coffee shops and co-working spaces have influenced the innovation of start-ups in Kansas City and on how business relationships grow through coffee shop culture.
Cascade Media Group was on location at the opening of the Traveling Exhibit of artist James Pate’s KKK series called “Kin Killin Kin” at MCC-Penn Valley Community College. The interim President Dr. Tony Ross speaks with Simone Hooper with Cascade Media Group about the exhibit and gives an explanation as to why it is important
This is an awesome exhibit at the Carter Arts Center at the Metropolitan Community College–Penn Valley campus from January 23, 2017 to February 4, 2017. Dayton, Ohio artist James Pate uses art to spark a discussion on urban violence by visually comparing Black on Black violence with that of the KKK in his latest exhibit
Citizens for Responsible Government and Friends, Once again Steve Rose writing for the attacks CFRG with FAKE NEWS! Its is hard to comprehend why our leading (?) local newspaper would continue to print anything this guy writes. He is so out of tune with what’s going on in KCMO. When was the last time he