Recap: Last week in Midtown Kansas City (March 13 – March 20)


Last week, the Midtown KC Post brought you Midtown Kansas City stories about the future of the airport, progress of the downtown arts campus, and the history of Warwick Boulevard.

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At city hall, discussion of the future of Kansas City International Airport continued, with airlines repeating their desire for a single terminal.

UMKC’s said fundraising for its downtown arts campus has now raised more funds than any other single project in UMKC history.

Midtown celebrated as the St. Patrick’s Day parade passed through, and we profiled some of the businesses along Broadway that were preparing, including Woody’s, Chez Charlie and the Uptown Arts Bar.

Our Monday history feature focused on the block between Warwick and Walnut, from 43rd to 44th Streets. And we had the story of one of the homes there, where a baseball player called “Line Drive” Nelson once lived.

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