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A successful business career hinges on three things being right: timing, relationships and opportunity.
For Reggie Gray, those three elements are coming together with Black Privilege. (more…)
Ringo Starr and his All Starr Band may be traveling to Kansas City on a Greyhound bus from Tennessee to perform at the Starlight Theatre. (After all, “Missouri Loves Company.”)
But Starr’s artwork will make a stop in Kansas for an exclusive engagement during Labor Day weekend, Sept. 1-3. (more…)
Organizers with the C-Tech Summit announced plans for the third annual Pure Pitch Rally, issuing a call for startup businesses and investors to apply for the event’s pitching competition to win early-stage funding. (more…)
Pam Newton was running out of space.
The Liberty-based designer and “Indiana Jones treasure hunter” of antique furnishings was stockpiling collected items she used in the design of iWerx and other projects at the Northland coworking facility’s storage units. (more…)
One in four dogs will be impacted by cancer, and cancer is the top cause of death in dogs over the age of two.
ELIAS Animal Health, an Olathe-based bioscience company, is hoping its new immunotherapeutic product can help in the fight against cancer in companion animals. Preliminary results are encouraging. (more…)
Like most inventions, Dr. Keith Beauchamp’s duck decoy motion spreader was born out of necessity.
Beauchamp, a podiatrist by profession, is an avid duck hunter who hunts on a pond near his residence in Macon, Mo., about 150 miles northeast of Kansas City. He was looking for a way to simplify the deployment of hundreds of duck decoys he used to attract waterfowl. (more…)