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    Zachary Laman – An artist for the people

    Reese Bentzinger Editorial Assistant Northeast News Although muralist Zac Laman lives in the Historic Northeast, his work is hidden around […]

    Community volunteers frustrated after illegal dumping occurs hours after neighborhood cleanup wraps up

    Bryan Stalder Northeast News The semi-annual neighborhood cleanup took place on Saturday, October 13. The event was organized by Northeast […]

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  • October is American Royal time

    September 26th, 2018
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    Michael Bushnell Northeast News This photo-chrome postcard showing two scenes from the American Royal Parade was mailed on October of […]


    Swope mystery lives on while park thrives

    September 19th, 2018
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    Michael Bushnell Northeast News This card, titled “Entrance to Swope Park, Kansas City,” may have been sent by a prominent […]


    Cascio’s Corner

    September 12th, 2018
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    Michael Bushnell Northeast News This week, in conjunction with our National Cheeseburger Day promotion, we feature an iconic Historic Northeast location […]


    The Heim Influence

    September 5th, 2018
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    Michael Bushnell Northeast News Ferdinand Heim, along with his brothers Michael and Joseph, purchased the Star Ale Brewery at 14th […]


    Labor takes a holiday

    August 29th, 2018
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    Michael Bushnell Northeast News This year, in honor of the approaching Labor Day holiday, we get a rare glimpse inside […]


  • Advertising postcards were social media of the day

    August 22nd, 2018
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    Michael Bushnell Northeast News “This house roofed by Northwest Ready Roofing Company,” reads the description on the front of this […]


    Norman School: A proud testament to Historic Preservation

    August 15th, 2018
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    Norman School in the 3500 block of Jefferson was built in 1898 by John Perry, Principal of the Keith & […]


    Those were some postcards! (And that’s no exaggeration)

    August 8th, 2018
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    Michael Bushnell Northeast News William H. “Dad” Martin of Ottawa, Kan., is considered to be the father of the exaggerated […]


    Paseo Boulevard Sunken Gardens

    July 31st, 2018
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    Michael Bushnell Northeast News Over the Memorial Day holiday of 1903, President Theodore Roosevelt visited Kansas City as a guest […]


    Kansas City’s first fire fighters honored

    July 25th, 2018
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      Michael Bushnell Northeast News In March 1867, the Missouri Legislature granted permission to allow Kansas City to organize an […]