If you are like many companies, you probably have used IT equipment collecting dust around the office. Clearing out the clutter doesn’t have to mean sending these IT assets to the city dump. Not only can they be reused and recycled, but unused computer equipment can actually be turned into dollars for your company. Read more »
Art season in Kansas City kicks off with more than 180 artists at the 28th Brookside Art Annual, May 3-5.
The Art Annual, centered under and around several tents set up at 63rd Street and Brookside Boulevard, attracts local, national and international artists displaying art of all types and price ranges. Read more »
Adams Dairy Bank has named Steven W. Giles as Executive Vice President, Chief Lending Officer, becoming a member of the bank’s senior leadership team with responsibility for the day-to-day management of the lending function and loan portfolio. Read more »
Join us for a fundraiser for The Clinic this Friday, April 5, from 6-9pm. Meet artist Anu Srivastav, and watch her art come to life.
Show your Irish pride at the 33rd Annual Brookside St. Patrick’s Warm-Up Parade on Saturday, March 16 at 2 p.m. in the Brookside Shopping District. In the spirit of 2013, this year’s theme is “Lucky 13.” Read more »
Adams Dairy Bank today announced the return of associate Matt Clark. A Blue Springs native, Clark began working at Adams Dairy Bank shortly after it opened in 2008. Clark left the bank last October to follow another endeavor, and has returned to service customers with expanded responsibilities in his Client Services Representative (CSR) role. Read more »
McConnell & Associates, Midwest Asphalt Coatings Create KC’s Largest Pavement Maintenance Company
McConnell & Associates has joined forces with another of the Kansas City area’s most respected names in commercial pavement maintenance products and services to create the region’s largest provider of asphalt, seal coating and concrete services.
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This Thursday, December 6, the Brookside Business Association and nearly 70 Brookside area businesses will ring in the holiday season with the Brookside “Christmas in the Park” at 6:00 p.m. Read more »
For the first time since the 1970s, Livers Bronze Co. adds LED lighting options to its full line of distinctive glass and metal handrailing systems. LED illuminated handrails are soaring in popularity among builders, architects and lighting experts thanks to their energy saving, safety and aesthetic benefits. Livers Bronze sees high demand for its Illume LED handrail lighting as an innovative alternative to traditional fluorescent, incandescent or halogen bulbs. Read more »
HillOween, the biennial Halloween fundraising event, has announced its event activities, benefiting organization, sponsors and event details for 2012. Tickets are now on sale at www.HillOween.org. Read more »
Hawthorne Plaza, where Back in the Swing Retail Therapy® began, and Park Place have joined together to create an exclusive shopping experience to benefit breast cancer survivors. Shop and save October 5-14 at participating merchants. Read more »
Meet Titus, or as his friends and family call him, TyTy. Titus is Jennifer Johnston’s (a United customer service representative) 4-year-old nephew. He has a big and little sister and plays Legos. One of Titus’s favorite things to do is pretend he is a super hero… that is when he’s not undergoing weekly chemo treatments. Read more »
Boyer & Corporon Wealth Management (Boyer & Corporon) welcomes Cindy Wysong as the firm’s new para planner. She will provide technical support for the firm’s lead financial advisors, including data gathering, case design, scenario building and plan development – for their growing client list in Kansas City and nationwide. Read more »
Summertime and the shopping is easy. Beginning Thursday, July 12, the Brookside Business Association presents the 2012 Brookside Summer Sidewalk Sale. With more than 80 stores, restaurants and services, Kansas City residents can stroll down Brookside streets, perusing the hottest sales from their favorite Brookside merchants. Read more »
Obama Administration’s policy change comes without details for immigrants still facing deportation.
On Friday June 15th the law firm of Sharma-Crawford Attorneys at Law were busy fielding calls from media, fellow attorneys and illegal immigrants eager to learn more about the Obama Administration’s announced policy change under the Dream Act. Read more »
Cybercriminals might use the 2012 Summer Olympic Games as an opportunity to ramp up malware, scams, data theft and DDoS attacks, as well as a platform for high-profile “hacktivism,” warns a May 17 report released by the Department of Homeland Security’s (DHS) National Cybersecurity and Communications Integration Center, “Strategic Outlook: 2012 Summer Olympic Games.” Read more »
Between Flag Day and Fathers Day there’s one place to be this summer Read more »
Boyer & Corporon Wealth Management is pleased to announce that Eric C. Clark joined the firm as a wealth advisor in March.Clark’s focus will be on providing customized and sophisticated planning to Boyer & Corporon Wealth Management clients. He will also serve as a member of the firm’s investment committee. Read more »
Service club holds 2012 convention at Sheraton Crown Center
April 26 – 28, in city where it was founded 100 years ago
Hundreds of Sertomans from around the country will converge on Kansas City next week to celebrate 100 years of SERvice TO MANkind, and to prepare for their Sertoma’s next century of service. Read more »
Throughout the nation, and most notably in Kansas City, low income individuals who are facing removal from the United States with the U.S. Immigration Court are unable to obtain affordable, qualified representation. The result is nearly 1/3 of all immigrants facing removal from the United States in the local court submit to leaving the country based on poor advice. Read more »
Redemption Plus, a premiere source for redemption toys and incentive merchandise , walked away from the 2011 International Association of Amusement Parks and Attractions (IAAPA) conference with a Brass Ring honorable mention in the New Product category. Read more »
Kansas City’s Brookside shopping district will “Light Up Brookside” to celebrate the holiday season this Thursday, December 1 at 6 p.m. with the annual tree lighting ceremony. Read more »
Nextaff joins Inc. Magazine’s Top 500; credits growing demand for outsourced workforce strategy solutions for rapid growth and expansion
Nextaff, an Overland Park, Kansas-based workforce strategy and human resources company was recently included in Inc. Magazine’s Top 500 Fastest-Growing Companies, appearing at number 280 on this prestigious list. Read more »
Sharma-Crawford’s new Westside/Crossroads building is one of the first local law firms to use new technologies to harness solar power for electricity. Read more »
Summer Sidewalk Sale runs July 7-10
Summertime and the shopping is easy. Beginning Thursday, July 7, the Brookside Business Association presents the 2011 Brookside Summer Sidewalk Sale. With more than 70 stores, restaurants and services, Kansas City residents can stroll down Brookside streets, perusing the hottest sales from their favorite Brookside merchants. Read more »
For the seventh year, Jeffrey Byrne & Associates, Inc. (JBA) is sponsoring an event that gives the Kansas City-area nonprofit community direct access to the lead researcher and author of the annual Giving USA report.
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Adams Dairy Bank today announced the addition of Tiffany Van Dyne to the team as customer service representative. Van Dyne will focus her time on assisting customers open new accounts, and servicing existing accounts.
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Grand Re-Opening This Weekend at Olathe Location
Brookside Barkery & Bath announces a Saturday, June 11 grand re-opening celebration for its location in Avignon Center at 14040 West 119th Street, Olathe, Ks. The Olathe expansion comes on the heels of expanding the Brookside location last summer.
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Sharma-Crawford’s move to Kansas City will expand firm’s presence and accessibility.
A 12 foot outdoor sculpture titled Inspired Child will be installed in Brookside on Thursday, May 19 from 6 – 8 p.m., then dedicated on Saturday, May 21 at 3 p.m. at the southeast corner of 63rd and Brookside Blvd.
The creation of this work was a collaboration between students at Border Star School, professional ceramist Paul Storms, art teacher Lee Anne Snozek, and Leopold Gallery. Border Star raised the funds, and students in the upper grades worked on the sculpture. The piece is made of stoneware, stainless steel and cast glass.
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Livers Bronze Co., a nationwide leader in architectural handrailing design, is celebrating its 65th anniversary. Family-owned Livers, now under the 4th generation’s leadership, is one of only a handful of companies in the U.S. to manufacture custom railing systems from design and engineering to installation.
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Art season in Kansas City kicks off with more than 180 artists at the 26th Brookside Art Annual, April 29 – May 1, presented by Saint Luke’s Hospital of Kansas City.
Last week the Brookside Barkery and Bath was selected by the Greater Kansas City Chamber of Commerce as one of the top 10 small businesses in Kansas City. They are one of the finalists for the coveted Mr. K. Award.
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Adams Dairy Bank today announced two additions to the Adams Dairy Bank team: Shane Lee as a Client Service Specialist and Melissa Kuhlmann as a Credit Analyst; and the promotion of Kevin Vogt to Accounting Officer.
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In 2001, three veteran IT experts began providing small business clients with technology leadership, IT support and solutions, and a partnership mindset. Not only surviving, but prospering during a decade of intense technology and economic changes is a great accomplishment. How Invision’s founding partners have managed to keep three business visions on the same page over the years is perhaps a greater achievement. Tim Blakley, Chris Brandow and Keith Powell are proof that even though two is company, three’s not a crowd. It’s a better company.
Show your Irish pride at the 31st Annual Brookside St. Patrick’s Warm-Up Parade on Saturday, March 12 at 2 p.m. in the Brookside Shopping District.
EAG congratulates Boyer & Corporon Wealth Management for being selected as one of the 2011 honorees in the 10th Annual 25 Under 25® Program.
Kansas City’s Brookside shopping district will “Light Up Brookside” to celebrate the holiday season on Thursday, December 2 at 6 p.m. with the annual tree lighting ceremony.
This holiday season there will be many stories of feeding and clothing those in need as Kansas City unites to show their generosity and goodwill. But one Kansas City home health organization is focusing on the next 11 months – finding new ways to serve the disabled, elderly and homebound long after others go home.
Wisdom comes at a hefty price – time – not measured in weeks or months, but decades. As the economy teeters on the edge of a rebound, companies have little tolerance for lengthy learning curves or risk in hiring. What they do have is a need for an experienced and mature pool of proven professionals who have transitioned out of corporate life, eager to share their wisdom that only time can bring.
The immigration law firm of Sharma-Crawford Attorneys at Law today announced they will relocate from their current downtown Overland Park, Kan. offices to a new, larger location in Kansas City’s Westside.
Help from Neighbors: The Dream Works, Inc. Is Pairing Those Who Want to Lend a Hand with Those Who Need It
With waiting lists for many Kansas Medicaid programs, individuals who qualify for the programs still require a certain level of service while they wait as opposed to going into nursing homes or other institutions. The Dream Works, a Kansas City, Kan. based home health and social service organization, is spearheading efforts to organize and provide alternative support programs to those in need. Read more »
This month Brookside Barkery & Bath is celebrating their seventh anniversary in the quaint neighborhood of Brookside. Read more »