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Naka-Kon 2017: Insta Review

March 13, 2017 11:00 AM

This true Japanese cultural event brings industry experts, voice actors, musicians, artists and more to the largest cosplay event in the region. For three days, attendees immerse themselves in the culture with panels about the language to cultural festivals and saké tastings to, of course, cosplay! We've rounded up Instagram photos from this past weekend to showcase the best of Naka-Kon 2017:  

History Buff Weekender

February 7, 2017 10:00 AM

Perched on the southern edge of downtown Kansas City, the towering Liberty Memorial has stood for decades in memory of World War I. With the National World War I Museum at Liberty Memorial , Kansas City is home to an internationally renowned museum and memorial that includes a comprehensive history of the First World War, complete with original objects, documents, video and more. When you enter the museum, you'll cross over the Paul Sunderland Glass Bridge, suspended over a symbolic poppy field that includes 9,000 flowers, each representing 1,000 deaths in tribute to the 9 million who died as a direct result of the war. In the heart of Kansas City's historic 18th and Jazz Vine District is the American Jazz Museum, a delightful and interactive space that pays tribute to the city's jazz history. Transport yourself back to the heyday of jazz with listening stations and then browse collections of photos, sheet music and posters. In the adjoining Blue Room, which resembles a 1930's-era nightclub, you'll enjoy jazz performances several nights a week. Note the nine tables on the venue's lower lever, which serve as display cases for Kansas City jazz artifacts like tickets stubs, musician contracts and more.

Visit: Prairiefire

October 4, 2016 11:00 AM

More than a shopping district, Prairiefire is an immersive experience that combines retail, restaurants and cultural attractions in one can't-miss destination. Shop Love the outdoors? Don't miss a chance to explore REI Overland Park, a clothing, accessories and equipment mecca for campers, cyclists,

In Overland Park, fall turns the city into a beautiful new color palette. The trees turn to hues of auburn and gold. The sunsets are a multi-color sight that you have to see to believe. It's also an eventful time of the year, with festivals and times of celebration. Here are 10 things to do in Overland Park this Fall:  

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