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Coming up the week of Feb. 22, 2021:
- Monday: New Kansas City, Missouri, Budget | Missouri's Black Bear Increase
- Tuesday: Alvin Brooks
- Wednesday: Dr. Temple Grandin | Mark Joslyn's "The Gun Gap"
- Thursday: Bakari Sellers | Film Critics
- Friday: Missouri Extremist Groups | Soul Sessions KC
Lifelong Kansas City activist Alvin Brooks says ". . . if I've done any good, my life has not been in vain."
The Missouri Department of Labor is asking recipients to refund unemployment compensation it mistakenly paid out and the story of how a green liquor paved the way for wine to become the beverage of France.
A $162 million development project is being proposed for the corner of Troost and Linwood, and three local museums explain how they're doing during the pandemic.