One of those, Chappell's Sports Bar & Museum (323 Armour), has a pretty unique angle going. As its name suggests, it serves food and beverages, but also functions as a sort of museum of sports memorabilia. Even if you're not that into sports, the historical artifacts are pretty remarkable. If you're not into sports or old things, I don't know what to say to you. Possibly you do not have a soul.
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Not everyone is looking for that kind of relief, though. In fact, the world's largest tax-return preparer just heated up social media with the above-captured burn. We noticed the Tweet as we were clocking out to, you guessed it, belly up to the bar. Next time we get thirsty, we'll make sure to check with Block.
The show starts at 6 p.m., and is free with a $10 donation. A $20 VIP package (which gets you two drink tickets and access to a VIP lounge) is also available. All proceeds benefit Heart to Heart International, an organization that's already on the ground in Moore. Facebook event info here.
A special dinner with ten domestic beers and several creatively-inspired food courses is just the kind of production that Michael Peterson, the executive chef at Beer Kitchen #1 in Westport, likes to do best. Peterson is still accepting reservations to the dinner on Monday, June 3 for patrons who call 816-389-4180. The dinner - which starts at 6:30 p.m. - is priced at $65 and includes taxes and gratuity. The Beer Kitchen #1 is located at 435 Westport Road.
With ten brews, all from the Lips of Faith series of beers produced by Colorado's New Belgium Brewery, will be served to participants in different sizes of pours: "The pour sizes will vary depending on the beer and the course," says Peterson, who will begin the meal with tastings of four beers - Paardebloem, Lost Abbey Brett, Prickley Pear, and Cascara Quad - and a selection of cheeses that complement the brews: California rouge et noir camembert from the Marin French Cheese creamery, Wisconsin-made bandaged aged cheddar, Roth Kase gran queso, and another Wisconsin classic, Sartori's Bellavitano gold reserve cheese, which has a nutty, buttery flavor that works well with cold beer, says Peterson.
Alec Matlock's basement may be the strangest of any student's at the University of Missouri - Kansas City. A corner of the damp, unfinished cellar of this rental house on Rockhill Road is cordoned off with opaque plastic sheeting, which glows from the lights within. A ventilation tube juts upward to a window. It's not a drug lab.
Matlock, a 21-year-old business student at UMKC, toils in the corner, airbrushing colorful custom designs onto Xbox controllers. He started painting controllers while still in high school in West Plains, Missouri. He customized controllers on the weekends.
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