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hideout for the chiefs win

We witnessed the Kansas City Chiefs beat the San Francisco 49ers Super Bowl LIV from the comfort of our barstool at Hideout Bar & Grill.  They had not intended to remain open for the date but from the moment we asked they were flooded with follow-up requests. Eternally grateful, we enjoyed watching quarterback and game MVP Patrick Mahomes lead Kansas City with two fourth-quarter touchdowns in this dramatic victory that brought the NFL title back to Kansas City for the first time in fifty years.


... a monthly column presenting five random topics of interest associated with the underlying themes of the site ... music . dance . life . art . culture ...  music Lulu Garcia-Navaro gets a primer straight from Detroit on what to listen for in Deep House, along with a little history of electronic music.  The story includes several samples from some of the greats and look at the influence the music holds on the world of today. dance A One-Reeler Film set to glitchy electronica by Radiohead's Thom Yorke , choreographed by Damien Jalet, featuring actress Dajana Roncione and the  Swedish G√∂teborgs Operans dance company.  It is fantastic story of anxiety and romance across 15 minutes available now on NetFlix . life An examination of recent findings from the University of Technology in Gothenburg , published in Science Advances , suggesting that cellular membranes on Titan would be inverted, immobile,and rely on slow diff