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Public Art on Metcalf Avenue

Metcalf Avenue runs almost the entire length of Overland Park, Kansas. With as many as 40 thousand vehicles traveling along it each day, it's not considered the most pedestrian friendly street. But a revitalization is underway, including a focus on increased walkability. By Laura Spencer

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Kansas City, MO – A new steel and glass sculpture at the corner of 103rd and Metcalf projects some of the changes ahead and also reflects the past.

"Pierced Sky," 18'x14'x3', to honor Joseph Cohen and Barton P. Cohen, by sculptor Matt Kirby. Located at the southwest corner of 103rd and Metcalf, Overland Park, Kansas.

Listen to recent coverage on the Vision Metcalf plan from KCUR: Reactions to Metcalf Development Plan, by Laura Ziegler and Jennifer Galt (2008-02-21), and The Walt Bodine Show (2008-02-21), available on the Walt Bodine Audio Archives (just use the search term "Metcalf").

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