There are two Kansas cities. Kansas City on the missouri side, and KC in the Kansas side. Abbreviated as kck and KCMO. 3/4ths of the city is in KCMO, and very little of it on the ks side. Most of the kck side is industrial districts, and old low income Hispanic neighborhoods. Kansas City is known for barbecue and serve some of the best in the country. The city USED to be known for jazz, but outside of the historic jazz district, (which is shady at night) the city doesn't keep up with the Jazz roots. Kansas City has a growing alternative music scene and is becoming a springboard for many upcoming artists in the genre. Consequently, kc also has a large hipster population, mainly centered in midtown, westport, and west 39th st. Kc is large enough to feel like a big city to suburb folks, but small enough to have a small town feel to people from places like LA NY or chicago. Kansas City has more fountains than any city in the world except for Rome Italy and is known as the city of fountains. KC is also notorious for having winding boulevards all over the urban area which get tourist travelers lost everyday. Weather is completely unpredictable in kc, one day there will be snow on the ground, and the next it will be 72 and sunny. KC has a rep of being a cow town, however the city has a very urban vibe. The country club plaza, known as the plaza, is widely known, but is merely a very beautiful shopping resteraunt district. Overall Kansas city is an average place to live.
Kansas City? Which one?
Kcmo? Yeah been there before its a pretty cool city.
KC is a chill place man.
November 04, 2014