At the VFW headquarters in Kansas City, a writing group is helping veterans heal from moral injury: a condition similar to post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). The Kansas City Vet Writing team (sponsored […]
Kansas City remains a city in development, with an average population growth of around 73% each year and another 400,000 residents expected by the year 2040.
Growing your business may seem like a time-consuming and complicated process, but with the right strategies under your belt, you will begin to see a huge difference in a short space of time.
Grocery stores are among the most energy-intensive building in the world due to the need for refrigeration.
With funding for classroom supplies at an all-time low, it has become even more important to seek out free teacher resources, so that you aren’t out of pocket.
With around 216,000 disabled people in Kansas City, it is surprising to find activities that aren’t completely inclusive. Here are 3 that are great!
Pneumatic conveying is the means by which bulk goods can be transported, via air pressure, through pipelines. But there’s so much more!
Refrigeration remains one of the most game-changing inventions mankind has ever developed, with a worldwide impact on how we preserve and think about food.
We’re well past the days of a college degree being the easy way to a great career. Explore these great alternatives to attending college!
Taking the family on a golf trip presents a great opportunity to get everyone interested in golf – or at least get you time on the course!