Free street art gallery in Union Station’s attic on First Fridays

Graffiti Attic in Union Station – Facebook Photo



The exhibit features over 100 artists and is the largest street art gallery in Kansas City. Graffiti Attic in Union Station is free to the public this Friday and every first Friday from 2pm – 9pm. The gallery is located in the attic space on Union Station’s 7th floor. You can enter at the northwest corner of Grand Hall.

A mask covering both the mouth and nose is required for entry.


(Video) Paul Rudd on his first time meeting Neil Diamond is what my Wed needed

One of Kansas City’s hometown favorites, Paul Rudd, was on the popular web show ’10 Questions With Kyle Brandt’ today. The outcome was hilarity.

In the full interview, (which is hilarious) Paul discusses his love for the Chiefs, working with Will Farrell, his favorite Anchor Man scene and more.




Nelson-Atkins Museum of art to reopen Sept 12th

One of Kansas City’s favorite attractions has announced their reopening plan. The Nelson-Atkins Museum of art said earlier today that they plan on reopening to the public on September 12th.

The museum closed down in April of this year due to the global pandemic. Let’s hope this is a sign of good things to come. You can read more on the museum’s website here.




Cinemark offers private screenings for $99

Cinemark has just announced a great offer. For a limited time you can host a private screening of a classic movie for up to 20 people for just $99.

The offer also comes with some great prices on concessions. $5 large popcorn, $3.50 large fountain drink or ICEE and $2.50 candy.

Spots are limited and filling up fast. What a great way to treat the family to a movie night! You can book your screening now on the Cinemark website.


Cinemark plans to open soon with some great specials

Begining June 19th Cinemark is going to start a phased reopening plan. The plan will start in Texas with 5 theaters opening in the first week.

The second week will see 1/3 of their domestic theaters opening which will most likely include the Kansas City market opening up on June 26th. They are offering $5 classic movies and reduced concession pricing to lure people back to the movies.

Cinemark is poised to take advantage of the cinema market with AMC announcing that it will be likely to close up in the coming months following the pandemic. I’m ready to go see a movie!