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Eco Fest: Build a Better Future

By: Maria Smith Eco fest is being held Saturday, May 4th from 10 am – 5 pm. The official place of the fest is the Chipman commons, the shopping center by post coffee. There will be speakers, workshops, and kids activities. There will also be food trucks so be prepared to spend the day talking Read More

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The Polar Express is Pulling up to Union Station

By: Maria Smith Union Station is a sight to see during the holidays. From a giant tree to the holiday express train, there is a lot to see and do. They are also showing holiday movies throughout the season. The Polar Express is the movie playing December 7 through 18. It only costs three dollars Read More

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Bohemian Rhapsody Shakes Theaters

By: Maria Bisby “Bohemian Rhapsody” hit theaters in early November. The movie grossed in about 14.4 million in its first week of showing stay at number one and currently at 32.2 million. “Bohemian Rhapsody” is the celebration of Queen and their music. Queen’s lead singer Freddie Mercury struggles of stereotypes and slowly becoming one of Read More

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Fantastic Beasts and the Crimes of Grindelwald Could Be a Game Changer

By: Rhayla Huff At this point in time, “Harry Potter” has become more of a phenomenon, easily becoming one of the most beloved film series of the decade. That being said, the spin-off series, “Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them”, is less popular.   Starring Eddie Redmayne and Ezra Miller, the film had fans rolling Read More

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Getting in the Holiday Spirit at Holly Fest

By: Katie Langle To take care of all of your holiday shopping needs, come out to Holly Fest this weekend. Holly Fest Craft Fair will be held at Bernard Campbell Middle school this year. November 10 it will be open from 10am to 4pm and on the  November 11 it will be open from 11am Read More

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Boo’s, Barks and Badges Halloween Parade

By: Tiyah Gipson On October 27, 2018 from 9 a.m-12 p.m. Downtown Lee’s Summit will be hosting their 7th annual parade for young and old to come and watch and maybe even be in.    Families and their pets are invited to walk in the parade, wear costumes and participate in the costume contest.    Many things Read More

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The Kansas City Ballet Leaps into the Oz

By: Maria Smith    Take a trip to Emerald City with the Kansas City Ballet’s production of The Wizard of Oz. It is running this Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday now through the 21st at the Kauffman Performing Arts Center. It was created by Septime Webre, the same person who created the show Alice (In Read More

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The West Bottoms: Haunted Houses

By: Katie Langle Looking for a scare this fall? The haunted houses in the West Bottoms may be the perfect place for you. As night gets closer, goblins and ghosts are waiting to scare you. The West Bottoms offers all kinds of different haunted houses. There are five different houses you can go through; The Read More

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Be Prepared to be Scared: Worlds of Fun the Haunt Returns

By: Maria Smith The notorious Haunt is back for another season at Worlds of Fun. The Halloween inspired event goes from now through October 28 running every Friday and Saturday night. With everything from mazes, and haunted houses to performance shows like Haunted Homecoming, there is something there for everyone. During the day the park Read More

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70 Years of Emmys Offer Most Diverse Nomintations To Date

By: Maria Bisby This year’s 2018 Emmys are September 17, 2018. The hosts, Michael Che and Colin Jost are comedians of Saturday Night Live(SNL) and could have one of the most historic Emmys.  SNL comedian Leslie Jones is nominated for outstanding role in a comedy series. If she wins she would be the first black Read More

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