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Destination Focus: KC is Fun and Hip and Ready to Host Your Business Events

August 23, 2017

Article by Bill Clevlen In recent years, Kansas City has evolved into one of the hottest tourist spots in the Midwest. Whether you’re aboard the brand new downtown streetcar or trying to keep track of how many fountains are flowing within the city limits, it’s obvious KC is a fun, hip, and welcoming destination. As […]

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Offbeat Meeting Venues: Memorable Spaces Can Add ‘Oomph’ to Any Occasion

May 25, 2017

Article by Bill Beggs Jr. When you get right down to it, many meetings and the spaces where they’re held are pretty cut and dried: you set up for your group theater-style, or in any other number of configurations with a screen and AV equipment (whether or not the equipment is provided or has to […]

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World War I Museum and Memorial’s “Night at the Tower” benefit

August 3, 2016

The National World War I Museum and Memorial in Kansas City has announced Sept. 17, 2016, as the date for its second annual “Night at the Tower” event. Plan to attend and experience a unique, multisensory journey through cultures and countries touched by World War I.  “Night at the Tower” includes food and beverages, live […]

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Missouri History Museum Lecture:

June 3, 2016

The German Harmonica  and African American  Blues Culture Presentation will be at the AT&T Foundation Multipurpose Room, Missouri History Museum in Conjuction with the National Blues Museum Tuesday, June 7 2016 at 3:00 pm Admission is Free Although being probably the most popular American instrument for about a century, the general public in the United States today […]

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Special Exhibition Images of the Great War:

March 21, 2016

European Offensives 1914-1916 Opens March 29 at National World War I Museum and Memorial The onset of World War I brought about unparalleled advances in technology and heightened global relations, while leading to a permanent alteration of the human perspective. As a result, new perspectives on music, literature and art emerged. Images of the Great […]

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National Blues Museum set for spring 2016 debut

March 11, 2016

St. Louis is soon to be even more of a mecca for music enthusiasts, as the National Blues Museum gears up to open in April 2016. The museum will feature high-technology experiences and exhibits, a state-of-the-art theater, an inspiring collection of artifacts, and programming to interest a variety of visitors. Meetings and events will be […]

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People Update: Dion Brown

March 11, 2016

The National Blues Museum has named Dion Brown executive director. Located in downtown St. Louis, the museum is scheduled for an April 2016 opening.  It will feature exhibits, artifacts, educational programs, and space for meetings and events.

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Facility Focus: A Glimpse of the Past, Now Boarding: Ship your meeting guests back in time with a memorable trip to the Titanic Museum.

December 29, 2015

Article by Julia M. Johnson Looking for the right entertainment vessel to transport your event guests back to a storied era in maritime history? If you’re planning gatherings in the Branson-Springfield area, consider treating your attendees to a Titanic Museum excursion. As the attraction readies itself for 10th anniversary celebrations in 2016, it’s planning boatloads […]