It’s time for the Missouri Tigers and Kansas Jayhawks to make up, renew Border War rivalry

For one shining moment on Saturday, the Missouri-Kansas athletics rivalry was rekindled in an NCAA Tournament softball game won 6-3 by the Tigers. After the victory, MU athletic director Mike Alden said, “Why would you not want to play that?” The answe… Read more at: KansasCity.com: Front Page

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‘Glass Labyrinth’ by Robert Morris opens May 22 at the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art

On Thursday, the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art will hold a public celebration for “Glass Labyrinth,” a 50-by-50-by-50-foot glass triangle with a maze of interior glass walls. It was conceived by internationally renowned artist Robert Morris, 83, for the … Read more at: KansasCity.com: Front Page

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Charlotte grocery wars: How do prices compare?

The Observer comparison-shopped at four of the region?s most prominent grocers ? Walmart, Harris Teeter, Food Lion and new entrant Publix ? and compared a basket of 15 staple food…Click to Continue » Read more at: The Charlotte Observer — * Home Page Mapping ~ Top Stories

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Sally and Russell Robinson’s lives of service sprouted from summer camp

Sally Robinson and her husband, attorney Russell Robinson, are two of Charlotte?s most admired and ardent community leaders. This year, the Robinsons are the honorary chairs of the Charlotte Observer?s…Click to Continue » Read more at: The Charlotte Observer — * Home Page Mapping ~ Top Stories

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Johnny Rivers takes a Knuckleheads crowd on a journey back to another era

Johnny Rivers is in his 70s, but he knows how to make a crowd feel young again. Friday night, he and his four-piece band took a crowd at Knuckleheads back several decades’ He opened with his popular version of LeadBelly’s “Midnight Special,” the first … Read more at: KansasCity.com: Front Page

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