A Celebratory Week for LGBT Kansas Citians

October 30, 2016

At a significant spot in LGBT history – the northeast corner of Barney Allis Plaza, near 12th and Wyandotte Streets in downtown Kansas City, Mo. – dignitaries, honored guests, organizers and enthusiastic citizens gathered Oct. […]

On Tap

October 30, 2016

Kate Nielsen knows what her essential skill is at her company, On Tap. She guides. She guides her clients and her team through the process of developing responsive websites that are critical tools for her […]

CampBiz – October, 2016

October 2, 2016

News Briefs Andre du Broc Publishes an Escape Guide to Canada Many of us know Andre du Broc, a talented actor, musician, writer, playwright, activist and even a one-time circus clown who lived in Kansas […]

A Marker For Kansas City’s Place in LGBT History

October 2, 2016

Fifty years ago, national gay and lesbian civil rights leaders gathered for the first time at a conference to coordinate their efforts and develop strategies for collaboration. Downtown Kansas City – specifically, the State Hotel […]

In Memory of Mike Meier

October 1, 2016

In late September, our community lost a sweet, loving friend who made life better for all of us. Mike Meier was a dear and gentle force in so many of our lives, and we mourn his […]

On Oct. 6, Eating Out Will Feel Even Better

September 9, 2016

Most of us welcome an excuse to dine out. Six years ago, Good Samaritan Project realized this and started giving the community an annual reason to skip cooking for the day, called Dining Out for […]

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