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The world's best airline museums

The world's best airline museums

CNN | November 01, 2019
"A visit to the TWA museum can easily be combined with a trip to the Airline History Museum, which is located just 300 meters away, in a hangar on the far side of Kansas City Downtown airport. Despite their physical proximity, though, the two museums are not connected."
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This Wall Was Made for Walking

This Wall Was Made for Walking

The New York Times | October 23, 2019
"[...] the 'Walking Wall' created by the artist Andy Goldsworthy at the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art is an attraction in its own right, recalling centuries of wall-building craftsmanship."
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16 Cities to Visit Before All of Your Friends Catch On

16 Cities to Visit Before All of Your Friends Catch On

Conde Nast Traveler | August 20, 2019
"This soulful locale just got its first designer hotel, Crossroads. But it's the Americana—BBQ, blues, denim (see Vogue favorite Baldwin)—that give it appeal when so many other U.S. towns have been hipsterfied."
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9 museums for music lovers across the US

9 museums for music lovers across the US

Lonely Planet | August 01, 2019
"While Duke Ellington and Ella Fitzgerald created the sound of Big Band jazz in New York and Louie Armstrong became the voice of New Orleans, Charlie Parker was making people party in Kansas City, Missouri."
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8 regional BBQ joints smoked meat lovers must try

8 regional BBQ joints smoked meat lovers must try

USA Today | July 10, 2019
"Joe’s BBQ in Kansas City (formerly known as Oklahoma Joe’s or OKJoe's) is often rated the single best BBQ eatery in the nation. It occupies a gas station, and you can fill your tank and also stock up on home cooking supplies."
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A first-timer's guide to eating barbecue in Kansas City

A first-timer's guide to eating barbecue in Kansas City

The Takeout | June 30, 2019
"When it comes to barbecue, Kansas City is a regional style rooted in a history of tradition and, in recent years, eclecticism. From a willingness to use all forms of meat, to endless variations on the region’s sweet and somewhat spicy tomato-based barbecue sauce, there’s room for diversity among the many establishments."
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