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in and outta state

A look at some really interesting works by local artist Michael Patrick Moore kicked off the recently restored photos from April 2004.  All the events throughout the month seemed to stand out just as much. Frisky stole the club spotlight during the month, hosting Miss Honey Dijon out of New York, and then just a few weeks Rob Mello from London.  The latter in celebration of Deep Connections fourth anniversary.  The dance floor was packed and groovin for both events. A couple of different events in Kansas City kept folks dancing all night long too, featuring the talents of Reid Speed, Angel Alanis, and Kid Icarus. "Awakening" saw a return to the Knights of Pythias Hall out in Independence, while "Life... As We Know It" went off at a new spot out in Waldo, if I remember correctly. Joe dragged me down to Manhattan for a chance to catch Breakbotix in a bit more intimate setting. While the event did turn out quite as many folks as expected, those that were the


... a monthly column presenting five random topics of interest associated with the underlying themes of the site ... music . dance . life . art . culture ...  A carnival ride at the annual Kansas City Spirit Festival in 2002 tops the column for this month. It was the first year the event hosted an electronic dance music (edm) stage, which received solid support, giving folks a different sort of way to get their groove on. Access more from photos from a variety of events recently restored to the site from the menu on the right, or the "story archive" tab from any device. music Research analyst Allison Aaron and Assistant Professor Reyna Gordon  - image courtesy of Reyna Gordon sits down with NPR to discuss her discoveries in " Using Music And Rhythm To Help Kids With Grammar And Language. " Much of her work is dedicated to showing correlations between good rhythm skills and a good grasp of grammar in children. It seems