Smokin' Jack's Kansas
City Barbeque recently opened in Burbank, and the Kansas
City BBQ Company is a few weeks old in North Hollywood.
For insight into Kansas
politics, Michael Barone's latest Almanac of American Politics provides more incisive understanding of Democratic Gov.
The matter was left to attorneys after Kansas
scientists refused to participate, arguing that the hearing was stacked against evolution and was designed to be a platform for the views of those who espouse "intelligent design.
City Police Department contacted the FBI's Violent Criminal Apprehension Program (ViCAP) and submitted a report about the child.
A century ago, the Great Plains spawned the Populist Party, "Appeal to Reason," a famous socialist newspaper printed in Kansas
, and William Jennings Bryan.
The Galichia Center on Aging at Kansas
State University (KSU) was awarded a contract to develop educational materials and resources on culture change targeted toward nursing home personnel.
Several consumer groups in Kansas
reportedly had opposed Anthem's takeover of the Kansas
When skating on the Kansas
side you are less likely to get mugged but more likely to get hassled by some jocks.
City Ballet, under the direction of William Whitener, came to the festival with an all-Balanchine program featuring a company premiere of the 1957 Agon and the reconstruction of the "lost" ballet Renard (which had a short run in Boston after its City Ballet premiere), both set to scores by Stravinsky.
While working on the advertising media buy for Rave in Kansas
, Judy Greene of Colle & McVoy learned about an idea from all-day farm talk radio station KFRM in Clay Center, Kan.
In the last school year before the new millennium, students in Kansas
are at odds over a controversy left over from the 19th century.
As the Kansas
City Star reported in its August 25, 1992, edition:
As quoted by Erik Pedersen, Network Kansas
Associate Director, "We believe the Kansas
Business Center has proven to be a huge success for Kansas
Johanson will be joining a Kansas
Wesleyan team that was 16-2-2, won the Kansas
Collegiate Athletic Conference tournament title and made its first-ever appearance in the NAIA Region IV playoffs in 2005.
By effectively censoring evolution and related subjects from the 71-page science curriculum, the Kansas
Board of Education has created one of the most notable evolution controversies in recent memory, and the move appears to be part of a larger political and policy trend that has been evolving nationwide in recent years.