# Kansas city
Attorney General says the states have a constitutional right to protect themselves at the border against an "invasion."
Does the crisis at the border affect Missouri? The A.G. of Arizona says it affects the whole country & the fentanyl crossing the border is alarming. Illegal immigrants trying to cross the border.Pink Politic/Twitter.
If you can't make it to the Hawaiian islands for that good summer meal, bring some Hawaiian Bros Island Grill home!
Image of sign taken in North Kansas City, Missouri.Image by the author. Since I used to live in Kauai, the first time I heard about Hawaiian Bros Island Grill, I had to sample the flavor at my earliest opportunity. The first location opened in Belton, Missouri in 2017. When one was opened in North Kansas City, Missouri location to serve those in the Northland, I had Aloha written all over my face — although any location near you will probably amaze your palate.
Kansas City's 1901 McGee Street building used to be a downtown automotive service building for decades
1901 McGee Street Automotive Service Building.BrandonMcCall, CC BY-SA 3.0, via Wikimedia Commons. If you live in Kansas City, Missouri, did you know that 1901 McGee Street has been home to several businesses? Take a look below:
The Folly Theater building is over 100 years old and began with a different name booking vaudeville and burlesque shows
Folly Theater, Kansas City, Missouri.Public Domain; Library of Congress, Prints & Photos Div, MO-264. Call No.: HABS MO,48-KANCI,14-1. The Folly Theater used to be known as the Standard Theater. It’s also been called the Century Theater and Shubert’s Missouri. It was a location for burlesque and vaudeville in Kansas City, Missouri.
Who Has The Tastiest Diner In Kansas City, Missouri?
The diner is one of the most well known types of dining establishments in the country. When you go on a long road trip, there is no doubt that you'll see some kind of diner along the way. Kansas City, Missouri is home to a few well known diners. Many of these restaurants focus on the formula of 24 hour comfort food, whether it be breakfast or an affordable dinner.
Who Has The Tastiest Ribs In Kansas City, Missouri?
Probably the most popular barbecue item is the rib, and ribs can come in all shapes and sizes. There are many ways to grill a rack of ribs, and each barbecue spot has its own specialty. When it comes to Kansas City, the barbecue is world famous. I've been to Kansas City a lot because of the close proximity to other areas that I travel to. I've had barbecue from all over the city, but I wanted to focus specifically on ribs.
The history of Fiorella's Jack Stack Barbecue has come a long way since it landed in Martin City
My experience began with the Smoke Stack Barbecue restaurant that was owned by the Fiorella family. It's in the fourth generation of serving some of the best barbecue my family had.
Fiberglass cows in North America known as Cows Parade were part of the world's largest public art event
"Cattlyst of the West" by Irene Gallagher from Denver's 2006 Cow Parade.SailSomewhere, CC BY-SA 4.0 via Wikimedia Commons. Did you ever wonder where the famous Cows Parade event started?
Who Has The Tastiest Pizza In Kansas City, Missouri?
Pizza is one of the most popular cuisine options in the world. There is just something about the delicious combination of warm crust, sauce and fresh cheese. You could say that pizza has been around in one form or another for a long time. Kansas City, Missouri is a city known for barbecue and live music, but also a bustling pizza scene.
Who Has The Tastiest Burgers In Kansas City, Missouri?
Kansas City, Missouri has such a unique heritage, and many of this is centered around food. When you go to Kansas City, you know that you will be eating well. You can't mention Kansas City without thinking about the burgers first. In Kansas City, you won't find just a run of the mill burger, you won't find something that has been crafted from scratch.
Restaurant grand opening expected to cause traffic delays in Kansas City as hungry customers line up
A popular new restaurant is coming to Kansas City this week that could literally stop traffic. Read on to learn more. On Tuesday, June 7, 2022, the popular burger chain Whataburger will host the grand opening of their new store at 10780 Parallel Parkway in Kansas City.
The old historical Imperial Brewing Company has been abandoned for years and is on the market hopefully to be restored
Imperial Brewing Company Brewery.Photo by Mwkruse, CC BY-SA 3.0, via Wikimedia Commons. Built in 1902, the Imperial Brewing Company pictured above is located at Interstate-35 and Southwest Boulevard in Kansas City, Missouri.
Kansas City, Missouri's National Museum of Toys and Miniatures has the largest collection of miniatures and antique toys
The entrance to the National Museum of Toys and Miniatures, Kansas City, MO.Photo by Nightryder84, CC BY-SA 4.0, via Wikimedia Commons. The main attractions at the National Museum of Toys and Miniatures are the world's largest collection of miniatures and antique toys.
The interesting artificial cave known as SubTropolis is a gold mine for companies
SubTropolis.Americasroof at English Wikipedia, CC BY-SA 3.0, via Wikimedia Commons. There are a lot of interesting places to go and see in Missouri if you put the time into discovering all of them. If anything, the SubTropolis is an interesting subject.
Kansas City, Missouri, home of the most successful greeting card company in the United States, Hallmark Cards, Inc.
Hallmark Cards office in Kansas City, Missouri.Photo by Charvex, Public domain, via Wikimedia Commons. Hallmark Cards, Inc. is the largest manufacturer of greeting cards in the United States and a private family-owned company. I used to work in a building not far from Hallmark's location at Crown Center in downtown Kansas City, Missouri and since I live here, I've been aware of the company's presence in the city for years.
History put the Vaughan's Diamond Building at "The Junction" in Kansas City, Missouri into the scrapbook of change
Vaughan's Diamond Building at the "Junction."Pinterest. As part of Kansas City's history and growth, what was called Vaughan’s Diamond Building was a prominent building from the late 1800s to the early 1900s. This building was located where 9th Street, Main Street, and Delaware Street met, and was referred to as The Junction.
Kansas City, Missouri's historic swimming pool at Swope Park is closed
African American Heritage Trail of Kansas City, MO. In 1941, one of the nicest swimming pools with extra amenities opened in Kansas City, Missouri at Swope Park. The cost was $525,000 which in today's value would be about $10,325,321.43. This pool could accommodate as many as 3,000 swimmers. There were nice dressing rooms and concession stands. To add fun on top of fun, when people were done swimming, they could go over to the Swope Park Zoo.
Jack Stack : A Kansas City BBQ Adventure
Kansas City is known for its BBQ and all of the various forms and fashions for which is can be served. There are a few restaurants which have become staples on the KC landscape offering delicious flavors and unique combos. Today, upon a suggestion from a local, we found the Jack Stack Barbecue Martin City location and decided to check out what the flavors of KC really were about. Come sit down with us and see a few of the plates, find out what we liked and what really stood out on our recent visit to Jack Stack!
History of Stroud's Oak Ridge Manor Restaurant & Bar in the Northland, Kansas City, Missouri
Photo by Shardar Tarikul Islam on Unsplash. The first time I dined at Stroud's north of the river in Clay County, Kansas City, Missouri was probably over 30 years ago. Stroud's, which is considered a local chain, met all my expectations. It was like sitting down and having a home-cooked meal. Best rolls, best fried chicken, and who doesn't love their side of green beans? The service was always great in my experience and seeing crowds waiting for seats was a sign I wasn't the only customer who felt this place was crowded for a reason.
Historic Charles B. Wheeler Downtown Airport and its National Airline History Museum in Kansas City, Missouri
Airline History Museum, Charles E. Wheeler Downtown Airport, Kansas City, Missouri.Photo by Charvex, Public domain, via Wikimedia Commons. Hangar 9 at the historic Charles B. Wheeler Downtown Airport.