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Kansas City Jazz Excursion
"Jazz Museum tour last approximately 2 hours. Archived film reels from the 1920s on view and priceless recordings and artifacts not available anywhere else in the world. Each exhibit has audio equipment for listening to endless songs from the past greats. many of whom are musicians and soloists.Optional tour is for the Negro Leagues Museum same location. Kansas City's great baseball heritage began with the negro leagues and the museum is one of the most extensive collections in the country . You don't need to be a baseball fan to enjoy this museum. This is an optional tour not included in the tour price""""Charlie Parker ""The Bird"" Duke Ellington
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Kansas City Jazz Excursion
"Jazz Museum tour last approximately 2 hours. Archived film reels from the 1920s on view and priceless recordings and artifacts not available anywhere else in the world. Each exhibit has audio equipment for listening to endless songs from the past greats. many of whom are musicians and soloists.Optional tour is for the Negro Leagues Museum same location. Kansas City's great baseball heritage began with the negro leagues and the museum is one of the most extensive collections in the country . You don't need to be a baseball fan to enjoy this museum. This is an optional tour not included in the tour price""""Charlie Parker ""The Bird"" Duke Ellington
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Brewery and Distillery Tour in Kansas City
"Ever wondered what an urban winery looks like and how it operates? Curious about why early brewers first decided to cultivate hops as a superior alternative for brewing beer than other flowering plants? Want to know why whiskey producers use copper still fine wines and small production spirits in recent years and larger numbers of people than ever before have started asking themselves these questions. This tour offers you the opportunity to answer some of these questions and more during a four-hour adventure trekking across Kansas City's urban core and o a true neighborhood bar known for quality drinks a modest down to earth attitude
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"Snow" Frozen Cocktail Lounge: Chill-out space?

I'm not sure if the frozen cocktail "wave" in summer 2012 was just a one-year fad, or whether this is going to be the kind of drink that people will want to come back for on a regular basis. The owners of "Snow," a new iced cocktail lounge in the Crossroads District, are clearly betting on the latter. They've opened a hip new space in the new art and fashion neighborhood just south of downtown, and certainly they attracted a hip and happy group of "chilled-out" patrons. But the big question is whether the cocktailistas will be as enthusianstic about coming here in January and February?

The "nameplate" drinks at Snow are specially blended "icy" drinks - adult versions of the Slurpee. But they also have a full range of normal beverages as well.

It's a great space, sort of like a living room for the urban nightlife set.

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Sep 17, 2012

Power & Light District: Downtown Nightlife Playground

The Power and Light District, opened in late 2007, looks ready to revitalize downtown Kansas City, MO. A project of the Baltimore-based developers, Cordish, the P & L District is the fruit of long-term planning (and hoping). The goal is to encourage the region's far-flung population to once again regard the center of the center as a place worth caring about. Generally, the District is seeking to "piggy-back" upon the adjacent multi-use Sports and Entertainment "Sprint Arena," as well as catering to the day-time population of office-workers and the hoped-for night-time population of bar-hoppers and suburbanites out for a good time.

I haven't been here at night, but I noticed a number of watering holes all sharing a common space in the center where patrons can mingle and meet. My older brother - who has been here after Sprint Center events - says it can be quite a happening space. Apparently, "open containers" are permissable as long as patrons don't leave the "Power and Light" perimeter.

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Jun 18, 2008

Charlie Hooper's: Brookside Beer Bash

I used to stop in here occasionally after work twenty years ago. It's kinda a college place for UMKC students - and Jesuits from Rockhurst who are still scared of bars on Troost - but it has a distinctive downmarket charm that is refreshing in the midst of the strivers of Brookside. I like the outdoor patio - and they have some nice Boulevard brews on tap, too.

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