Northbound on the Landon Trail after an S24O. Come help clean up the Landon Trail! We'll meet at 11:00 a.m. on Sunday, March 28th, at SE 89th & Ratner Rd. Bring water to drink, work gloves, loppers or chainsaw. This trail is a real gem of the Kansas rail-trail network, but it takes hard work … Continue reading Landon Trail work day this Sunday
After learning in the span of a few days that Burger Stand is moving and that pipes are busting in formerly-occupied buildings, it's hard not to wonder what exactly is happening with the College Hill development. We’re currently about 15 years into the 20-year Tax-Increment Financing (TIF) cycle of the development project, so you'd think … Continue reading What’s going on with the College Hill development?
Sign up here if you'd like to attend the Zoom meeting tonight to discuss the Polk-Quincy Viaduct. KDOT and Bartlett & West are hosting the meeting. It runs from 5 - 6:30 p.m. The meeting will focus on "current design plans and timeline for replacing the existingbridge" and will also have time for questions from … Continue reading Polk-Quincy Viaduct meeting tonight
Local documentarian Jeremy Wangler pointed his lens to the Keyway area to see if any ghosts of urban renewal might materialize. His photos are both ethereal and haunting, urgent and desolate — a clear portrait of the legacy Urban Renewal left our city. What's left of the district is about as fragile as 1950s newspaper … Continue reading ‘Keyway’ photography by Jeremy Wangler
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