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Old 02-05-2013, 07:15 PM
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I put together a comprehensive thread about Kansas City that I hope will help people enjoy my hometown as much I as did while living there and still do today. Please feel free to comment and add more info to the thread. (I took all but a couple of these pics).

This page is best viewed when browser is maxed to full screen. Otherwise the photos will be in only one column.

Some basic facts about the Kansas City area
The Kansas City metro area is a bi-state region of 2.1 million people (2.6 million live within one hour of downtown KC due to Lawrence, St Joseph, Warrensburg, etc), so it’s a large, regional area.

The anchor city is Kansas City, MO with just under a half million residents. KCMO has five suburbs with over 100,000 residents. Overland Park, KS, Kansas City, KS, Olathe, KS, Independence, MO and Lee’s Summit, MO.

Kansas City is a major player in transportation, software design, engineering, architecture, advertising and telecommunications and is home to Hallmark Cards, Sprint Nextel, AMC Theaters, H&R Block, American Century Investments, Garmin, Applebee’s, HNTB, Black and Veatch among many more.

Kansas City has two major auto assembly plants (Ford and GM) as well as a Harley Davidson motorcycle assembly plant.

The KC area is one of the nation’s largest federal government centers with over 30,000 federal government employees including a Federal Reserve.

The KC area is the eleventh largest gambling market in the country with five large casinos including the largest casino floor between Vegas and the east coast. (Ameristar).

KC’s Boulevard Brewing Co is the largest specialty brewer in the Midwest and tenth largest in the country.

Kansas City is the first city and currently only city to have Google Fiber

Kansas City is known as the city of Fountains with over 250 fountains across the city

Kansas City Metropolitan Area

Central Kansas City, Missouri

Areas of Central Kansas City, MO
If you are visiting KC for a day, a weekend or a week, the best place to stay is in the city. The central urban core of KCMO stretches about five miles from the River Market to south of the Country Club Plaza and includes several independent entertainment/business districts. This area is well served by transit, taxi cabs, bike share and is easily walkable. Even if you are in town for a ballgame or other event outside of the central urban corridor, you will enjoy your time in KC more by staying in the central city.

Here are some aerial photos of the central urban corridor of KCMO going from north to south to show how the different areas of urban Kansas City look:

River Market

Downtown Loop


Crown Center


Country Club Plaza



Getting around Kansas City
Getting around in the core of the city without a car is actually quite easy, efficient and safe. MAX buses serve most key destinations with frequent service between the River Market and the Plaza while other many Metro bus routes cover the area as well. Central KC has hundreds of cabs that can easily be hailed or found at cab stands throughout the city at hotels, union station, entertainment districts etc. B-cycle is KC’s bike share system. The bike rentals are available at stations throughout the city from the River Market to Crown Center and is currently being expanded into Midtown and the Plaza. All transit buses have bike racks. Streetcars are also coming back to KC and the first line will open Downtown in 2015. Transit to the suburbs, airport and stadiums is lackluster at best, so a car will likely be needed if traveling beyond the urban core.
Kansas City B-Cycle
Kansas City Area Transportation Authority

Top things to do in Kansas City

Barbecue! Kansas City has the best BBQ and it's always the number one thing people ask about. Arthur Bryant’s, Gates, Jack Stack, OK Joes, Smokehouse, Danny Edwards, LC’s, Rosedale, Winslow’s is just the beginning. I think Gates is a must if you can only hit one place. Arthur Bryants original location on KCMO’s east side for authentic urban bbq and Smokestack downtown for a fantastic sit down (casual-upscale) bbq restaurant.

Arthur Bryant’s (best location 17th and Brooklyn, KCMO)

Jack Stack (best location 22nd and Wyandotte, KCMO)

Gates (best location Cleaver Blvd and The Paseo, KCMO)

“Mixed Plate” Ollie Gates by KC rapper TechN9ne

Top Attractions

National World War I Museum at Liberty Memorial (Located near Crown Center in Kansas City, MO)
The Museum is very well done and very entertaining while educating. Check the online reviews and you will see this museum impressed nearly everybody that visits. The view from the top of the observation deck is breathtaking.
National World War I Museum

The Nelson Atkins Museum of Art (Located east of the Country Club Plaza district in Kansas City, MO)
One of the finest art museums in the country. The new expansion is awesome and don’t miss the sculpture garden
The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art | Kansas City, Missouri

The Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts (Located at the southern edge of Downtown Kansas City, MO)
This new 420 million dollar downtown performing arts center has two theatres and is home to the Kansas City Ballet, The Lyric Opera of Kansas City and the Kansas City Symphony. The Center also hosts many traveling shows, plays, concerts etc.
The Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts | Kansas City, Missouri

Kansas City Convention Center
Kansas City’s modern and large convention center hosts many popular events throughout the year such as auto, boat and home shows.
Kansas City Convention Center

Starlight Theatre, Midland Theater, Music Hall and many more
In addition to the Kauffman Center, Kansas City has Starlight which host many concerts and Broadway plays. It’s one of the country’s largest amphitheaters with 8000 fixed seats (no grass seating). Many other theatres create a comprehensive arts scene including The Midland, The Music Hall, The American Heartland Theatre, The Folly Theater, Kansas City Repertory Theatre, Uptown, New Theatre Restaurant, Off Center Theatre and more plus many art house movie theaters.
Kansas City Starlight Theatre

Union Station and Science City (Located south of Downtown Kansas City, MO)
Union Station is a national architectural treasure. Even if there is nothing going on at the station, it’s well worth a visit just to see the building although most of the time there are popular traveling exhibits there and the model railroad exhibit is amazing. Pierpont’s is one of the best restaurants in KC for steak and seafood. If you have kids, the IMAX and Planetarium are great and Science City is worth a visit. (don’t forget to walk cross the bridge behind the station which goes over the railroad tracks to the freight house where you will find Jack Stack, a great sit down BBQ place, Lidia’s Kansas City among others)
Union Station, Kansas City, MO

Bridge connecting Union Station to the Crossroads District over the RR tracks

Video of the model railroad experience

County Club Plaza (Located 4-5 miles south of Downtown Kansas City, MO)
Charming urban mixed use district with shopping, dining, fountains, horse carriage rides, street performers, live music and fountains all with a Seville Spain influenced architecture, fountains and statues. This district has many chains as well as local eats and retail establishments.
Country Club Plaza | The Country Club Plaza: Kansas City

Crown Center (Located about a mile south of Downtown Kansas City, MO)
This complex of shops, hotels and attractions south of Downtown is perfect for families with its central location and family friendly atmosphere. The square is home to fountains, concerts, movies, festivals and ice skating. The complex includes a 3 story shopping mall, a movie theater, several live theaters, an aquarium, the Legoland Discovery Center as well as the Hallmark visitors center and Kaleidoscope, both are which are free. Crown Center also has Frit’z Railraod Restaurant where trains bring food to your table and the very upscale American Restaurant.
Crown Center, Kansas City, Missouri

Kansas City Power & Light District (Located in the heart of Downtown Kansas City, MO)
Kansas City’s new downtown “living room”. This entertainment district host many restaurants, theaters and night clubs. The Mainstreet is one of the best movie theaters there is. The historic Midland host concerts, comedians etc, there are popular restaurants like Bristo (Great seafood in KC) as well as some well known chains. KC LIVE! is a two level night club district that is extremely popular on weekend nights and hosts many live concerts and events.
Power & Light District, Downtown KC

American Jazz Museum and the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum and Blue Room Jazz Club and Gem Theater (Located in the Jazz District just southeast of Downtown Kansas City, MO)
The Museums at 18th and Vine are incredible and should be a high priority if in KC. The Blue Room and Gem Theaters are two of KC’s premier Jazz and Blues venues and the Negro League Baseball Museum is a must see for anyone interested in baseball or history.
American Jazz Museum
Negro Leagues Baseball Museum

Boulevard Brewing Company (Located on Kansas City, MO’s West Side)
Boulevard is KC’s beer and very popular across the Midwest and beyond. Plant tours are very popular. The Brewery is located in Kansas City’s West Side, a Hispanic community with many authentic Mexican eats.
Boulevard Brewing Company Tour

Westport and 39th Street West
These historic and eclectic midtown neighborhoods have many nightclubs and restaurants.
Westport District, KCMO
39th Street West, KCMO

Crossroads Art District (Located south of Downtown Kansas City ,MO)
This district between downtown and crown center boast many art galleries and popular restaurants and currently hosts one of the largest First Friday Art crawls in the country on the first Friday of every month.
Westport District, KCMO

Steamboat Arabia Museum (Located in the River Market district, Kansas City, MO)
Steamboat Arabia Museum

Kansas City Zoo (Located in Swope Park in southeast KCMO)
The KC Zoo is a large Zoo that has been going through many expansions and renovations over the years. The wide open African Exhibit is like nothing else and new exhibits like the new Polar Bear and Penguin Exhibits will continue to bring in the crowds.
The Kansas City Zoo

Worlds of Fun and Oceans / Fun and Schlitterbahn
Kansas City has a major amusement park and two major water parks. Worlds of Fun and Oceans of Fun are two of the largest of their kind in the Midwest and now one ticket gets you into both parks while Schlitterbahn Kansas City is another large water park.
Worlds of Fun and Oceans of Fun, Kansas City, MO
Schlitterbahn Kansas City Waterpark - Kansas City, KS

City Market (Located in the River Market District north of Downtown Kansas City, MO)
The City Market is one of the largest urban farmers markets in the nation. Saturday mornings more than 30,000 people flock to the market so that’s when it’s busiest, but it’s open every day.

The Kemper Museum Of Contemporary Art
This museum is Missouri’s largest contemporary art museum
Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art

Kauffman Stadium (MLB Kansas City Royals), Kansas City, MO
40,000 seat Kauffman Stadium is one of the most unique and nicest ballparks in Major League Baseball. Take in a game or just take a tour of the stadium and Royals Hall of Fame.
Kauffman Stadium Tours | royals.com: ballpark

Arrowhead Stadium (NFL Kansas City Chiefs), Kansas City, MO
79,000 seat Arrowhead Stadium is one of the largest and loudest NFL stadiums in the league. The tailgating has to be experienced to be appreciated, but if you can’t make it to a game, you can tour the stadium and Chiefs Hall of Fame.
Kansas City Chiefs - Stadium Tours

Sporting Park (MLS Sporting Kansas City), Kansas City, KS
20,000 seat Sporting Kansas City regularly plays in front of sell-out crowds at this new state of the art Major League Soccer stadium
Sporting Kansas City

Sprint Center (Concerts, NCAA events etc), Kansas City, MO
The 19,000 seat Sprint Center Arena is one of the world’s busiest concert venues and hosts many NCAA basketball tournaments.
Sprint Center Arena

Kansas Speedway (major NASCAR and INDY car races), Kansas City, KS
This 85,000 seat speedway host two major NASCAR races annually as well as other races, concerts and special events
Kansas Speedway

Independence Events Center (Concerts, hockey, soccer), Independence, MO
This 6000 seat arena is home to the Missouri Mavericks of the Central Hockey League and the Missouri Comets of the Major Indoor Soccer League and also host many other events and concerts. It also has a public ice skating rink.
Independence Events Center
Community America Ballpark (Kansas City T-Bones minor league baseball), Kansas City, KS
This 6600 seat baseball stadium is home to the popular minor league Kansas City T-Bones
KC T-Bones Baseball

Kemper Arena and Municipal Auditorium Kansas City, MO
Kansas City’s other two arenas are used for concerts, minor league sports such as arena football and roller derby and other events. Kemper is home to the American Royal (Rodeo and other agricultural events) and seats 19,500 and historic Municipal seats 10,000

College Basketball Experience, Downtown Kansas City, MO
This place is a LOT of fun and you don’t have to like college basketball to enjoy it, but if you do, it’s even better. The is a very interactive venue and fun for all ages.
College Basketball Experience

Truman Library and Truman Home, Independence, MO
The Truman Library/museum is a well done and recently updated with modern exhibits that nicely showcase life of one of America’s more famous presidents.
Truman Library

Celebration at the Station
The KC Symphony performs in front of a huge crowd and KC sets off one of the largest fireworks displays in the Midwest over the Liberty memorial on Memorial Day weekend.
Celebration at the Station: Celebrate KC, Celebrate America

Fireworks over the Liberty Memorial

Brush Creek River Walk
A great urban riverwalk for biking or walking. It connects to the popular trolley track trail near Main Street which takes you to Brookside/Waldo

American Royal BBQ Contest
American Royal BBQ

Kansas City Museum
Museum showcasing the area’s history
The Kansas City Museum

National Airline History Museum located at Downtown Airport
Museum showcasing the area’s history
National Airline History Museum

Kansas City Central Library
This library in a historic bank building is worth a visit. Make sure to visit the vault and the rooftop park
Kansas City Public Library (Downtown Location)

The Money Museum
This free modern museum at the Kansas City Federal Reserve very much worth a visit.
The Money Museum

Kansas City Star Printing Press Tour
The Kansas City Star Tours

Powell Botanical Gardens and Kauffman Memorial Gardens
Powell Gardens : Kansas City Botanical Gardens
Kauffman Memorial Gardens

Independence Temple and Auditorium
Visit Community of Christ International Headquarters

Jessie James Farm and Bank
James Farm

Legoland Discovery Center Kansas City and Sea Life Aquarium
Sea Life Aquarium Kansas City
Legoland Kansa City

Harley Davidson Factory Tour
Kansas City Facility Factory Tours | Harley-Davidson USA

Observation Decks
The Liberty Memorial and KCMO City Hall tower both offer open air observation decks with spectacular views of the city.
Kansas City Missouri City Hall Tower
Liberty Memorial Tower

Snow Creek Ski Resort (Weston, MO)
Snow Creek Ski

Kansas City has some of the largest Casinos in the Midwest and one of the largest in the country (Ameristar Kansas City shown in the large pic below). This is how I would personally rank the casinos: 1. Ameristar 2. Harrah's 3. Argosy 4. Hollywood 5. Isle of Capri (Ameristar has a movie complex and concert arena and much more, Ameristar, Harrah's and Argosy have large hotels)

Haunted Houses
Kansas City has some of the best urban haunted houses in the country. The many commercial houses are located in the West Bottoms Industrial District of KCMO.
Edge of Hell

Go on a self guided fountain tour of the city of fountains!

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Old 02-05-2013, 07:52 PM
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I posted this thread a couple of years ago, but thought I would update it....
I’m starting this thread because I think it will come in handy for people that are interested in moving to KC and want a comprehensive idea of the lay of the land when it comes to schools. This can be a “go-to” thread for questions about metro KC school districts on both sides of the state line. Hopefully people will find this thread via search engines etc.
Here is a map of metro KC’s school districts with a listing of how area high schools are ranked by greatschools.com below it. I updated the rankings from the last time I posted this and made a note if the ranking changes by more than two.

The reading scores map and high school stats can be used as a basic guide, but each district should be looked at more closely as to the actual schools you will be near or the demographics of a specific part of a school district. Some districts may have a wider variety of demographics that might slightly bring down stats, but it doesn’t mean you can’t still get just as good of an education there as any district.

Northeast High 1
Central High 1
University Academy 8
Hogan Prep Academy 5
Hope Academy 3
East High 1
Genesis 2
Lincoln Prep 9
Alta Vista Charter High 3
Tobert Academy 1
Delasalle Charter High 1
Paseo High 2
Don Bosco 1

Center High 4
Southwest 1
Ruskin High 1

Blue Springs High 7
Blue Springs South High 6 (dropped from 8)
Lee's Summit High 8
Lee's Summit North High 9
Lee's Summit West High 9
Grain Valley High 6
Fort Osage High 6
Truman High 8 (up from 6)
Van Horn High 4 (up from 1 after joining Independence)
William Chrisman High 5
Independence Academy 1
Raytown High 3
Raytown South High 3
Grandview High 2
Raymore High 8 (up from 6)
Harrisonville High 6
Oak Grove High 6
Belton High 5
Pleasant Hill High 5
Lone Jack High 8
Midway High 5

Park Hill High 9
Park Hill South High 10 (up from 8)
North KC High 4
Oak Park High 5
Staley High 9 (up from 5, new school started out low)
Winnetonka High 4
Liberty High 5 (down from 7)
Liberty North High 6
Smithville High 8 (down from 8)
Platte County High 7
Kearney High 7
Excelsior Springs 7 (up from 5)
North Platte High 7

Shawnee Mission East 10
Shawnee Mission North 5
Shawnee Mission Northwest 8
Shawnee Mission South 8
Shawnee Mission West 5
Blue Valley 9
Blue Valley Northwest 7
Blue Valley North 10
Blue Valley West 9
Olathe Northwest 7
Olathe East 8
Olathe North 5
Olathe South 7
De Soto 9
Mill Valley 9
Gardner High 8
Spring Hill 8

Sumner High 7
Wyandotte High 1
Harmon High 1
Washington High 2
Fairfax High 1

Piper High 4
Schlagle High 1
Turner High 2
Bonner Springs High 4
Lansing High 6
Leavenworth High 3
Basehor-Linwood High 6
Tonganoxi High 8

Lawrence High 5
Freestate High 6
Eudora High 9

Below is a map of the districts in and near the city of KCMO

Central Kansas City, MO

Kansas City, MO is home to one of the worst urban school district in the county. There is no getting around it. The KCMOSD is simply a mess, but it only covers the very central part of the city. Even though there are some good schools in the district, the district overall has some major issues. The district includes all of the poorest parts of the urban core and those that run the district have run it into the ground because of race and political issues. For the most part, stay away unless you know the schools you will be dealing with are ok. If you want to live in the nicer areas of urban KCMO rather than the suburbs, there are some good public schools as well as many great private schools, many of which are attended by suburban children. Urban KCMO also has many charter schools to choose from. KCMO has some amazing urban areas where many families live and most of those families could easily choose to move to the burbs if they wanted to, but like living in the city. So, please don’t let the KCMO School district keep you from living in the city if that is the lifestyle you enjoy and if you play your cards right, you can take advantage of the good public and charter schools in the central city such as Lincoln Prep.

Inner Suburban

The districts bordering the KCMOSD have more “urban” problems than the outlying districts. Center and Hickman Mills both have some urban baggage and social issues, but nothing that can’t be overcome. Not everybody can afford to live in the Northland or other newer suburbs.

The residents of Independence voted several years ago to absorb many schools that were once in the KCMOSD into the Independence School District including Van Horn High School. So far by most accounts it has been a great success story and the residents and school district of that city should be proud of what they have accomplished.

The Grandview district, which serves the Martin City and Red Bridge areas of KCMO, is a decent district as well, but covers a very wide demographic spectrum so you really need to drill down to the neighborhood to analyze the district. Same with Raytown which serves much of far eastern kcmo, but also serves many suburban areas.

Lee’s Summit and Blue Springs are probably the top two in Jackson County, mostly because they are very large suburban districts that offer a lot to students and the overall demographics are going to be higher.

Northland suburbs

You can also live in the city limits of KC and be in some of the best public school districts in the state. The “Northland”, which is a fast growing area, has many fine districts to choose from. Liberty, Park Hill, NKC and Platte County are all great suburban school districts. The Northland includes Kansas City, North (portion of KCMO that lies north of the river), but it's a suburban area.

Therefore, while Metro KC geography is confusing to many people, one thing to keep in mind is that many districts besides the KCMOSD serve the city of KCMO including many respected suburban districts. Many of these districts are within 10-15 minutes of downtown.

Here is the Northland. Kansas City is the primary city in this growing suburban area, but other cities include Liberty, Gladstone, NKC, Parkville and Riverside.

Johnson County, KS

JoCo has very good schools and is covered well by the large Blue Valley, Shawnee Mission and Olathe school districts. All three are consistently top ranked districts. Blue Valley covers one of the Midwest’s most affluent areas and Shawnee Mission and Olathe cover pretty average suburban areas. JoCo also has the Desoto, Gardner and Spring Hill districts which are more exurban or semi rural, but still very good districts.

Wyandotte County, KS

I don’t know much about districts in WyCo, Maybe some locals can help out with this? I have heard that the KCK district is much better than the KCMO district, but some stats say otherwise. Like the KCMOSD, they too have a very good public high school (Sumner).

I understand I am not proving much information on Kansas side school districts, but I can't find many maps and can't really talk about the districts in detail because I don't know them as well as the MO side. So PLEASE, if you have maps, links or personal info about the KS side or anything else I have posted here, add to the thread.
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Old 02-24-2013, 01:42 AM
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Very impressive kcmo!

Learned some things I didn't know about. And I've lived here my entire life! Think I'll check on some stuff when I have time this summer.

Thanks again and keep up the good work.
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Old 03-01-2013, 02:39 AM
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Thanks for this thread! This gives the family and me something to look forward to when we get there in May. What a beautiful and fulfilling city. I cannot wait to move.
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Old 03-11-2013, 10:25 PM
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Old 05-18-2013, 11:57 PM
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What a beautiful city!
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Old 06-17-2013, 05:38 PM
Location: Kansas City, MO
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Default The Cons of Kansas City, MO for people moving here

Jobs Cons:

I love Kansas City and I think it's a nice underrated one at that, but it's not a good place for up and comers and education. From my experience trying to get a job in the food industry, the interviewers have been fickle and pay less than other States/Cities. You can apply for mornings and they will interview you for graveyard or night shift. You can apply for a line cook job, but they will interview you for a dishwasher. I had both those things happen to me in one interview before and one or both those things in all the others. Kansas City given so many young people the middle finger to the point they went into business for themselves or move out once money fly they're way. I went to a culinary school where people move out the city once they graduated.

School District Cons:

If you have kids that are in elementary school and not in the KCMO school district, run. I been in the Hickman Mills District and the KCMO school district. Both those district lost their credibility. The Hickman Mills District are racist to people who aren't black or white. When I first moved into the Hickman Mills District, people couldn't tell I was black so I (ME!) and though I was from some Island. Both teachers and students shunned me from any communications. For two months straight teachers and students didn't talk to me and did even wanted to get to know me. What made the silence brake was when teacher asked "what are you" in front of the whole class. I told them I am black and you whole class laughed. After everything was cleared, the class invited me to their reindeer games. The second problem with the Hickman Mills District is how they treat the Spanish speaking community. It shocked me when they threw all the Mexicans and Spaniards in one classroom because in their minds they can't speak English. Since I was friends with some of them, I saw first hand they can including the ones fresh from Mexico. Most know more American history than most people in the Middle School and High School.

If you choose the Kansas City School District, have your money prepare to move out the city once your kid about to enter middle school. Although the District is diverse friendly, they don't have any credibility and will have poor school selections once they graduate elementary.

Housing Cons:

Before you move into a house, always make sure to buy one with a good basement. Kansas City are in the tornado ally, but are not very common in Jackson County. You still don't want to chance that though. The other thing that you should watch out for is if your area of of choice have business or a growing area. Do not move to the Hickman Mills and Troost because they are known for their crimes and is losing business because of it. The house values in those areas are low also because of those two thing.


Some KCMO bus schedules could ********* at night and all the KCK Jo buses will ********* over pass 6pm.
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Old 06-17-2013, 11:43 PM
Location: KCMO, North
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HydraHamster why would you put this here?
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Old 06-18-2013, 02:34 PM
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Originally Posted by idaeus View Post
HydraHamster why would you put this here?
Because it's for the people who wants to live in Kansas City and don'y know the cons of it. Education and business in Kansas City aren't that good in general.
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Old 06-19-2013, 08:21 AM
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Originally Posted by HydraHamster View Post
Because it's for the people who wants to live in Kansas City and don'y know the cons of it. Education and business in Kansas City aren't that good in general.
I would agree with this, but this thread is about visiting KC.
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