Week in review

This word cloud shows some of the topics we shared last week in the Midtown KC Post.

At city hall, shopping for streetcars began. We also looked at a new Open Data project that invites residents to request data and use it to solve problems.

Residents got a second look at plans for repurposing Westport High and Middle Schools, and we looked at some of the questions still remaining. Meanwhile, the sale of Swinney School went through, with a developer ready to begin with apartments and offices.

On the arts scene, the Nelson thanked Donald Hall by renaming  its sculpture park after him, and the museum got ready for a exhibit featuring Mexican artists Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera.

We took a look back at the history of a 160 year old Hyde Park business and met the owner of Crestwood’s Tea Market.

In our continuing series on Kansas City neighborhoods, we profiled Westwood Park.

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