Gordon Dental offers the highest dental technology, 3-D dental cone beam radiography. Dental cone beam computed technology is a special type of X-ray used when traditional X-rays are not sufficient to show what needs to be seen to correctly diagnose and treat dental cases. The 3-D cone beam is used to produce images teeth, soft tissue, nerve pathways, breathing airway and bone tissue at the same time in a single scan. The technology allows dentists to get amazingly detailed data making the invisible, visible.
On August 13, Gary Crossley Ford and the Assistance League of Greater Kansas City collaborated to collect $2,758.12 in school supplies that were packaged into 75 backpacks for needy elementary and high school students at the Synergy Youth Resiliency Center and Operation Child in Need.
Ah, October. Is there anything sweeter than savoring a pint of Cinder Block’s Block IPA or a glass of local wine as you gather with friends around the bonfire? As the weather cools and we slow down a bit from the hectic pace of summer, a relaxing beverage certainly sounds like heaven.
If there’s one thing that the Northland is spoiled with, it’s breweries. In North Kansas City alone, Big Rip Brewing, Cinder Block Brewing and Grain to Glass, a homebrewing store, all provide ample places to drink the local tipple. But there’s one thing that all of these places lack–a kitchen. Sure, food trucks fill in the gaps and they will let you bring your own food in to eat but there’s something about being able to sit down with a flight of local favorites and a pile of wings to share with friends that simply can’t be beat. Now there’s a place to do that–Calibration Brewing.
A marketing expert and a science teacher walk into a distillery….
Okay—that’s not exactly how Restless Spirit Distilling came to be, but it’s close: Michael Shannon (the marketing expert) knew he wanted to own a business. The conversation started with his best friend; then talk turned to research and research turned to location scouting.
The Whole Person held their 6th Annual Celebration Awards Luncheon on August 26 at The Gallery Event Space. The event, emceed by Fox 4’s John Holt, featured speaker Colonel Greg Gadson. The event honored individuals and organizations working to further TWP’s mission to assist people with disabilities to live independently.
Car accidents: they’ve happened to everyone, unfortunately, to some degree. There’s much to deal with to get your car repaired and running again–the stress of having your vehicle towed from the scene if needed, securing a rental car, getting an estimate, and dealing with the insurance company. One thing many people may not know is that you are not required to take your vehicle where the insurance company tells you to.
Weighing four grams and standing one-and-a-half inches tall, the pass rusher on coach Lynn Schmidt’s Kansas City Chiefs’ team does not look formidable. Yet, the miniature athlete buzzes through the offensive front line and sacks the quarterback. Opponent Kelley Newton, coach of the Oklahoma Sooners, switches off the electric current. Schmidt and Newton reset the field for the next play.
The Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW) Post 7356 in Parkville hosted their 5th annual charity golf tournament fundraiser. Participants and volunteers gathered on August 22 at The Deuce at The National Golf Club for a beautiful day of golf. All proceeds raised went towards assisting veterans in the area.
Hemingway once wrote of French Parisian cafes in “A Moveable Feast” where coffee and spirits were served and patrons visited daily to see or be seen. The old curmudgeon recorded the souls of Paris coffee and spirit shops, capturing our imaginations. He would have written about Colony Espresso & Beer in North Kansas City with equal zeal.
Beer is more than a beverage in Kansas City–it’s a passion. That passion led Kansas City author and frequent Northland Lifestyle contributor Pete Dulin to dive glass first into the history of the brew in his newest release, Kansas City Beer: A History of Brewing in the Heartland.
What could be more satisfying for horror movie aficionados than seeing the latest frightening flick? How about starring in one?
Adam Roberts and Brent Miller, owners of the Screenland Armour Theater and Tapcade, have made it possible for your worst nightmare to come true with the opening of SHOCK TREATMENT.