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SimplyKC Fashion Shoot

SimplyKC is a monthly magazine distributed across the metro area to keep readers informed on the latest local buzz in Kansas City, as well as the inside scoop on health and wellness; women’s style and fashion; home décor; and interesting, relevant issues that concern’s today’s woman.

2020 American Art Awards: Best Gallery or Museum In Missouri

For 12 years, American Art Awards has decided the 25 Best Galleries and Museums in America. Among the criteria: years in business, industry reputation, online activity, location, size, exhibits, educational programs, represented artists and references from artists, clients and visitors. Each year only one gallery or museum per state in 25 states is selected.

20 of Kansas City's Best Dishes

Food critic Kelsey Cipolla published her top plates from the past year in last month’s issue of IN Kansas City magazine ––and listed Café Sebastienne with top honors saying:

Review: “Summer Wheat: Blood, Sweat, and Tears,” Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art

“For years, Wheat has been exploring the theme of women at work. In Blood, Sweat, and Tears, we see her women hunting, fishing, gardening, wrestling an alligator, even making a peanut butter and jelly sandwich.”––Nan Chisholm, KC STUDIO 

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Kemper Museum's Artist Dinner Series: Bringing Food and Art Together

“Kemper Museum’s Artist Dinner Series is back – and more captivating than ever. Created and inspired by the significant exhibition openings throughout 2020, this dinner series melds food, art, and creative expression. The collaborative dinners are artist inspired, created by Chef Rick Mullins and his team to inspire diners to experience art through food.” –Amy McDaniel, Made in KC Explore

Kemper Museum’s 2020 Artist Dinner Series: Summer Wheat

“Guests enjoyed the kick-off of the 2020 Artist Dinner Series with artist Summer Wheat. Her vibrantly colored paintings featured in the exhibition, Blood Sweat, and Tears, depict a community of heroic females doing the “heavy lifting and running things.” –Eva Tucker, IN Kansas City magazine

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Chew Diligence: Chef Rick Mullins of Café Sebastienne

Jill Silva was joined by Executive Chef Rick Mullins of Café Sebastienne in the 41 Action News podcast studio.

Chew Diligence starts with the food and goes beyond the plate to the people, places, and cultures of Kansas City. James Beard Award-winning food journalist Jill Silva has spent years covering Kansas City's bustling food scene, and co-hosts the podcast with 41 Action News Anchor Lindsay Shively, an award-winning storyteller who is always hungry for local fare because #LindsayLovesFood as much as she loves Kansas City. 

KCUR Food Critics: The Best Brunches In Kansas City In 2020

“Weekend brunch with its fancy avocado toast and creative cocktails has become an institution for many Kansas Citians over the years, even if not everyone is a fan.” 

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20 in ’20: Top Reasons to Visit Kansas City in 2020

“Named one of “16 Cities to Visit Before All Your Friends Catch On” by Conde Nast Traveler, Kansas City is poised to have its year in 2020. Among the monumental anniversaries worth celebrating stands a new addition to the burgeoning skyline, fresh expansions at world-class attractions, and landmark exhibitions at some of the finest museums in the region.” ––VisitKC

Vegan and Vegetarian Dining Options in Kansas City

“Plant-based dining is more than a trend or a flash in the pan. More affordable and available than ever before, Kansas City’s vegan and vegetarian options offer healthy, sustainable menus without sacrificing flavor or taste.” ––VisitKC

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