for the love of nike

Chi-town no more

Toto, I have a feeling we’re not in Chicago anymore.

That’s right, folks. I made the move to Kansas City, MO. So far it’s been a blast with all the concerts, bike rides, breweries, farmers’ markets, and First Fridays. Get a feel for this mid-sized city as you scroll through the photos below. And if you’re already familiar with the area, give me tips on what to do there next.

Cheers!

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16 comments

  1. M’lady is from Independence and I visit once or twice a year. You’ll eventually shop and see the Christmas lights (catch the first lighting) at The Plaza. The Arabia Museum is interesting, as is the National Museum of Toys and Miniatures. The jazz museum is next to the Negro League Baseball museum. There are good restaurants all over the city, including the Overland Park area. REAL BBQ. Catch a Chiefs and a Royals game too, of course. Concerts, clubs, oh yeah. K.C. has come a long way baby.

  2. Please could anyone enlighten me on First Fridays and getting reblogs, I’m a five day old blogger and I need help on the terms. Thanks! Sorry Jennifer if this comment looks like spam… I just really need help

    • Hey there, you don’t look like spam to me 😉
      On the first Friday of every month, people gather at all the art galleries and restaurants in Crossroads. Street vendors and food trucks are out selling their wares. It’s really fun and pretty hectic.
      Welcome to the blogging world! As far as getting reblogs, I’m not sure what advice I would give. I’ll tell you what I try to do though: post about what your passions with passion and people will be drawn to it. Thanks for stopping by and good luck to you.

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