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Mahomes hosted an event with his 15 and The Mahomies Foundation to watch Black Panther: Wakanda Forever with individuals from the Boys and Girls Club.

15 Minutes with Mr. KC

Julia Kapros, Photo Editor, Social Media Manager
November 30, 2022

  Cameras were set up. The red carpet was out. The media was poised and ready for Patrick Mahomes, the King of Kansas City and one of the world’s best-known athletes, to make his entrance. I stood there, a 23-year-old college student, holding my camera and ready to let loose...

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Bubble Wrapp KC: Where Indie Art and Toys Come Together

Emma Sauer, Writer
November 18, 2022

  Some people think toys are just for kids — chunks of cheap plastic made to fill a landfill someday. But Kitty and Nate, owners of Bubble Wrapp KC, see things differently; to them, toys are works of art.    Having just opened in October, Bubble Wrapp brings the exciting...

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A Grooming Epidemic: Two Documentaries Expose Pedophilia in American Institutions

Michael Campbell, Writer
November 9, 2022

  Two documentaries, two institutions specialized for children, one pervasive threat: “grooming.”    “Grooming” refers to “manipulative behaviors that the abuser uses to gain access to a potential victim, coerce them to agree to the abuse, and reduce the risk...

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Review: Taylor Swift’s Midnights is a Masterpiece

Maleigha Billings, Writer
November 9, 2022

  With the stroke of midnight on a late October eve, Taylor Swift brought fans on a “journey through terrors and sweet dreams,” with her new album, “Midnights.”  People are brought to the middle of the night for many reasons, whether it’s self-hatred, what ifs,...

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“The Munsters” is Excellent: Hear Me Out

Michael Campbell, Writer
October 14, 2022

  Gather ‘round, boils and ghouls! “The Munsters” is streaming, and critics are screaming for Director Rob Zombie’s head.    With 48% on Rotten Tomatoes and 2/5 on Screen Rant, many see the Netflix release as something of a nostalgic nightmare. However,...

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