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curiousKC is a foundational piece of the community-supported journalism we pursue at Flatland. Our team answers the questions you have about Kansas City. We believe the public's voice matters, and invite our readers to collaborate and help shape our journalism.

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Step 1: Submit Your Questions Step 2: Vote for Your Favorite Step 3: We Investigate Step 4: We Share What We Find

Readers submit questions to curiousKC about anything under the sun — so long as it shines on Kansas City — arts, community, food or history. Our team sifts through the submissions and selects several for a public voting round that goes live on the first Monday of each month. As a behind-the-scenes bonus, the person who originally submitted the question can work with the team as we seek the answer.

When a question wins the popular vote, we pursue the answer and tell the story.

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baseball

curiousKC | What Happened to the Blues? Touching Base with KC’s First Favorite Team

When you consider Kansas City as a professional sports town, does a certain…

Childcare

curiousKC | Waitlists, Closures and Access: Waning Child Care Support Burdens Working Parents

2020 was supposed to be Sandy Thornhill’s year.  Thornhill, a mother…

climate

curiousKC | Our Reporting Team to Tackle How the Climate Crisis Affects KC

It’s time to unveil what the Kansas Citians have chosen.  This month…

Coronavirus

curiousKC | Answers to COVID Questions You Need to Know

Editor's note: Flatland’s public-powered tool curiousKC is here to keep y…

History

curiousKC | The Lost History of Greystone Heights

Just as you cross the state line into Kansas on southbound Interstate 35 th…

KC History

curiousKC | Tracking Down KC’s Old Streetcars

As snazzy as the new Kansas City streetcars are, there’s something charmi…

curiousKC Voting

curiousKC | Introducing the Winner of July’s Voting Round

In July, the curiousKC voting round focused on the history of Kansas City. …

History

curiousKC | Who was D.A. Holmes and Why Was a School Named After Him?

The streets, schools, buildings, parks, fountains and even benches around u…

Mental Health

curiousKC | Are There Pay-As-You-Can Mental Health Resources?

Pierson Phillips was anxious about a lot of things, but public speaking was…

History

curiousKC | How Many Brick-Paved Streets Are There in KC?

Streets get us from point A to point B. That’s a given.  But for one…

curiousKC Voting

Here’s Which Question Won in June and Your New Voting Round

The people have spoken. With nearly 30% of all votes during June, this is t…

Local Stories

curiousKC: Home Sweet (12th Street) Hotel

The motorcycle trips run together for Della Reynolds.  It was around 1…

Mental Health

curiousKC | Why do Companies Treat Insurance for Mental Health Differently Than Physical Health?

This question won April's voting round with nearly 50% of the votes. Mental…

History

curiousKC | What Does Our Name ‘Flatland’ Exactly Mean?

Our curiousKC quests typically trek outside of our own newsroom to pick apa…

Mental Health

curiousKC | How Did the Pandemic Affect the Mental Health of Seniors?

At the start of the pandemic, families were worried about their aging loved…

Art History

curiousKC | The Mystery of KC’s Missing Walt Disney Murals

Kansas City has an unsolved art mystery. When a curiousKC reader reached ou…

Infrastructure

curiousKC | Why is the Western Auto Building Shaped Like That?

The Western Auto Building stands tall on 2107 Grand Blvd.  It’s a st…

curiousKC Voting Round

curiousKC | Questions on Archaeology, Streetcars, Districts and Demographics Up for Vote

Who and what shaped our city? That’s at the core of this month’s curiou…

COVID Vaccinnes

Getting Shingles or Hives After the Shot? Experts Connect the Dots

Roy Inman was ready for life to return to normal.  He’d received his…

Infrastructure

curiousKC: Who Lights Up the Kansas City Skyline?

If you have ever wondered about the lighting of the Kansas City skyline, yo…

Technology

curiousKC | Addressing the Homework Gap

Meagan Black lives just outside of Paola, Kansas. Over the last year her da…

Coronavirus

curiousKC | Vote on 3 Big Questions About Mental Health

Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, more focus has been placed on the mental …

Health

curiousKC | Opioid Addictions Worsen in Pandemic

It began with a pill.  Chronic pain compounded by age-old injuries —…

COVID-19

curiousKC | Does the COVID Vaccine Cause Shingles?

This article has been updated to include insight from Anthony Fehr, profess…

Coronavirus

curiousKC | Flexible School Schedules May Become New Normal

For some parents, fatigue is cresting as they carry the burden of being a b…

Food

curiousKC | Reviving Mrs. Truman’s Famous Fruit Punch Recipe

Bess Truman, President Harry Truman’s wife, was a big fan of punch, socia…

curiousKC

curiousKC | History Questions Up for Vote This Month

Part of boundless curiosity is looking back in time. We wonder why or how t…

curiousKC

curiousKC | Muddy Water, Wildlife and Whiskey: Lewis and Clark’s Stop in Kansas City, Kansas

A curiousKC reader interested in local history reached out wondering: Where…

History

curiousKC | A Brief History of KC Radio and the Broadcaster Who Started It All

Last month, a curious Kansas Citian wrote: “Who was Arthur B. Church and …

curiousKC round-up

curiousKC | Kicking Off Black History Month With Stories You Helped Us Find

Black history is woven into the very fabric of Kansas City.  To jog ou…

Columbus Park

curiousKC | What was Columbus Park Like in its Heyday?

The mighty chime of church bells echoes through orderly rows of old brick b…

History

curiousKC | What’s the Oldest Known Photo of Kelly’s in Westport?

When Sheree R. was 5 years old, her grandpa would take her to Kelly’s Wes…

curiousKC Round-Up

curiousKC | A Year of Living Curiously

At the beginning of every year, a lot of folks look back at the previous ye…

Education

curiousKC | Raise Your Hand if You Want to Talk About Education

Over the past few months, Flatland has reported on issues folks face brough…

History

curiousKC | Learn One Kansas City Street’s Royal History

Kansas City has a rich history dating back to the early-1800s when the city…

History

curiousKC | Parkville Reckons With Its Storied Past

In 1956, Pearl Spencer was one of the first Black students to enroll in Par…

Community

curiousKC | How Do You Discuss the Scary Virus With Children?

Kids can handle more than adults think, say two Kansas City moms.  Thi…

black history

curiousKC | Excavating the History of Steptoe, Westport’s Lost Black Neighborhood

Delia Gillis still remembers one of the last conversations she had with lat…

curiousKC

curiousKC | Here’s a List of Farm-to-Table Restaurants in Kansas City

Followers of curiousKC recently voted in big numbers to learn more about Ka…

curiousKC

curiousKC: What is the history of the Rosedale Arch?

Driving south on Interstate 35 from downtown Kansas City and across the sta…

Community

curiousKC | Were There Segregated House Advertisements in KC?

Buying a home for some is the epitome of the American Dream.  In the M…

Voting Round

curiousKC: What Question About KC History Is Your Favorite?

Flatland receives a lot of questions about Kansas City’s history.  B…

Local History

curiousKC | When Sutera’s Restaurant Was a Sports Betting Hub

Years ago in Brookside, Sutera’s Restaurant was a popular joint that serv…

curiousKC

curiousKC | Here’s The Price Tag to Fix All of Kansas City’s Roads

Kansas City has 6,500 lane miles in the city street system. That’s enough…

curiousKC

curiousKC | Pondering the City Beneath Our Feet

Authors Jane Mobley and Nancy Whitnell Harris called Kansas City “A City …

Voting Round

Vote curiousKC | What Questions About KC’s Black Community Should We Report on Next?

For the past several months, calls for social justice and equality have rev…

Civil War

curiousKC | How a Kansas City Women’s Prison Collapse in 1863 Fueled Quantrill’s Raid of Lawrence

On the evening of Aug. 13, 1863, a three-story building near 1425 Grand Ave…

History

curiousKC | This is Why Troost Lake is on the Paseo

Before there were streetcars and jazz joints, the land now known as Kansas …

Community

curiousKC | Is Plant Diversity the Future for the Midwest?

Several recent curiousKC inquiries have focused on the topic of regional fr…

History

curiousKC | Houseboats Once Thrived on the Blue River

Everyday people drive along Truman Road on a concrete bridge over the Blue …

History

curiousKC | The Swedish Brothers Who Helped Settle the Heartland

Before the Property Brothers, there were the Belinder Brothers.  Somet…

Jazz History

curiousKC | Tuning into KC Jazz and ‘Big L’

Kansas City jazz is steeped in greats – great traditions, influences and …

History

curiousKC | How KC Women Found Power Through Dance

The 1970s -- shag carpet, shaggier hair, and a whole lot of female empowerm…

History

curiousKC | What’s the Earliest Known Photo of KC?

In the middle of a pandemic, it can be easy to feel nostalgic. When the pre…

curiousKC

curiousKC | History Buffs, Now is Your Time to Vote

We’re back with another round of curiousKC questions and you get to vote …

Community

curiousKC | A (Mis)perception of Crime

Glass barriers. Metal gates. Visible security cameras. Ostensibly, each of …

Food

curiousKC: Your List of Outdoor Dining Options

For those getting restless and tired of cooking at home, there’s some goo…

Coronavirus

curiousKC: Is COVID-19 Airborne? Definitive Answer Up in the Air

Images of people walking down the street in hazmat suits are common in movi…

Food History

curiousKC | What Happened to Wolferman’s in Kansas City?

Have you ever had a Wolferman's English muffin? Andrea Broomfield, author o…

Voting Round

curiousKC: Food for Thought? Vote on What We Report Next

More than sustenance, food is comfort. And, with everything going on these …

History

curiousKC: The Forgotten Life and Wealth of Sarah Rector

You may recognize the Rector Mansion, but do you know about who once lived …

History

curiousKC | Kansas City Streetcars and Ice Cream

Back in the day, a nickel bought a ride across the city and state line by w…

Community

The Top 10 Most Popular curiousKC Stories This Year

The past few months have been ones of reflection and learning. So our team …

Elections

curiousKC: A Concerned Kansas Citian Asks, ‘Can We Vote By Mail?’

If you wonder what voting will be like during a pandemic, you’re in good …

COVID-19

curiousKC: What COVID-19 Questions Should We Investigate?

It’s been almost three months since the pandemic first upended life as ma…

History

curiousKC: The Missing ‘Billy Smith Tree Climbing Expert’ PSA

Bigfoot. Nessie. The chupacabra. At this point, it’s tempting to add Kans…

Health

curiousKC: Is COVID Testing Made Available to Those Who Are Homebound?

Getting tested for COVID-19 has become more accessible in the past several …

Arts

curiousKC: Why Jac Bowen Made a Sculpture For a 2-Year-Old in the ’60s

To shoppers who frequented The Landing Shopping Center on Troost Avenue in …

Coronavirus

Pandemic Compounds Child Care Crisis During a Summer Like No Other

When it comes to the COVID-19 pandemic, each resulting economic crisis spre…

History

curiousKC: A Visual History on Racial Distribution in the Metro

Kansas City has a storied history of racism and segregation, one that’s b…

Food

curiousKC: Many Cultures Brought Food to KC

We know Kansas City is famous for BBQ, but what other cultures brought food…

Sports

curiousKC: What are the Chiefs Doing Stuck at Home?

Jennifer from Olathe's question for Flatland's curiousKC That’s a good qu…

History

curiousKC: A Brief, Entertaining, History of the East Bottoms

The West Bottoms gets a lot of attention. But a curiousKC follower wanted t…

Coronavirus

Age of Coronavirus: Here Are Answers to Your COVID-19 Questions

Editor’s note: Flatland’s public-powered tool curiousKC is here to keep…

curiousKC

curiousKC: Turning Trash Into Treasure Isn’t Getting Any Easier

Glass. Cardboard. Plastic. Paper. It may feel great to toss that stuff into…

Coronavirus

Age of Coronavirus: Community Matters, Ask Away

Life has taken an unexpected turn as the coronavirus pandemic has prompted …

History

curiousKC: Winning Access to Fairyland Park

QUESTION: Did Fairyland Park, for decades a popular amusement park in rigid…

History

How Is ‘Switzer Road’ Really Pronounced?

Sometimes recurring themes emerge from the cacophony of curiousKC questions…

curiousKC

A Cat in a Bowtie Named Sly James

Question: What purrs and has 6,000 followers on Instagram?  Answer: Sl…

History

Kansas City’s Clash of The Titans

Kansas City might be the Chiefs Kingdom nowadays, but a century ago, profes…

curiousKC

Time to Vote on the Food Question You Like Best

Food is the perfect theme for February's curiousKC voting round. Whether it…

History

Taming the Mighty Mo

The Missouri River has had a long and winding history. Today not as much. R…

Community

An Oasis for the Less Religious

Community and connection often can be found at places of worship. But where…

History

Unearthing the Truth About Slave Burial Sites at KCI

There's a persistent rumor in local circles that part of Kansas City Intern…

History

A Tale of Two (Kansas City) Royals

There are two famous royals in the Kansas City area – the Kansas City Roy…

Art

curiousKC Follows the Artists

Many years ago, a pioneering developer working in the neglected Garment Dis…

curiousKC

Kansas City: What’s in the Name?

If you've ever struggled to explain to an out-of-town visitor why there's a…

Food

Burgers, Bods and Hot Rods

Recalled through the sepia-toned filter of nostalgia, you can imagine a pla…

curiousKC

Vote on Your Favorite curiousKC Question

This month’s voting round is a mixed bag of fascinating queries on Kansas…

Community

Going Ape About Habitat at the Kansas City Zoo

The Great Ape House at the Kansas City Zoo may have been a provocative piec…

History

Terror in the Heartland: The Bobby Greenlease Kidnapping

It remains one of the most famous crimes in Kansas City history - the horre…

Community

Finding the Heart of the Kansas City Metro Area

Looking at a map of the Kansas City metropolitan area, would you be able to…

Food History

Taco Bell’s Seven Layers of Mystery

As we scrolled through the latest curiousKC questions, this true-or-false q…

History

Big Tree “A Living Monument” in Old Northeast

There’s a certified branch of local history looming over 328 S. Monroe Av…

History

Bringing Out the Dead: The Great Stockyard Fire of 1917

One of the biggest agricultural disasters in Kansas City history occurred i…

Community

In Kansas and Missouri, Immigrants are Rooted in the Agriculture Workforce

Rows of workers perch on ladders. They hoist hundred-pound baskets, which g…

Arts & Culture

Tiny Toys, Big Museum

The National Museum of Toys and Miniatures outpunches its weight among muse…

History

Backers Continue Push for a Walt Disney Museum in Kansas City

Speeding up or down 31st Street at Forest Avenue, it’s easy to miss the w…

Food history

The Story Behind Naming a Restaurant “Sambo’s”

Sambo’s once was a popular family restaurant chain, peaking in the late 1…

Community

In Full Bloom

Kansas City’s embrace of green space dates back to the late 1800s, when f…

Environment

Climate Change’s Serious Effects On Kansas Citians Disproportionately Affect The Poor

The discussion about climate change often centers around what increasingly …

Community

Push is Underway in Kansas City to Make the 2020 Census Count

The mantra of the U.S. Census Bureau could very well be: For every vote to …

History

Pondering Tom Pendergast’s Complicated Legacy

Boss Tom Pendergast long ago earned a place on any list of the most influen…

Community

Kansas City Square Dance Clubs Still Kicking Up Heels

Joyce Schemmer stands in the middle of an empty hardwood floor at Vesper Ha…

curiousKC voting round

September’s curiousKC Voting Round Focuses On KC’s Urban Planning

Flatland folks are fascinated by all sorts of environments – including th…

Food history

Dixon’s Famous Chili Celebrates A Century Of Beans, Meat And Loyal Customers

Vergne Dixon started selling chili out of a cart – precursor to the moder…

Community

What’s Behind the Plane Behind the House Off Ward Parkway?

Driving past the stately homes along Ward Parkway in Kansas City, Missouri,…

History

The Mission Link

For years, Kathy Dix, has walked her dogs on a mulch path behind the Shawne…

Arts and Culture

What KC Art and Culture Stories are Missing?

Art in Kansas City is as visible as the scent of KC barbecue is palpable.&n…

History

Ghost (Signs) of KC’s Past

The past fades, but it doesn’t disappear. The same is true of those old p…

Community

Keeping The Faith in Kansas City

In the best of all worlds, religion fosters a common cause for self improve…

Country Music

When Townes Was in Town

From the jazz greats of the 1930s to The Who’s iconic performance at Shaw…

Art

What More Latinx Murals in KC Mean For Representation

For Kansas City artist Emily Alvarez, painting images of people like her an…

Infrastructure

Bridging The Gap

Bump-Bump. Bump-Bump. Bump-Bump. So goes the steady rumble of the nearly 44…

History

Does Kansas City Have Any Streets Named After Women?

Kansas City’s streets are always talking. And if you listen close enough,…

Faith

Holding a Balance of Unity Within Diversity

Jo Shryrock likes living in Tonganoxie, Kansas. It’s a small town, with a…

Art

The Halo Effect: What’s Behind the Graffiti Markings in the Crossroads?

Passersby along Southwest Boulevard may notice the graffiti that covers the…

Infrastructure

Digging Up The Truth About Kansas City Tunnels

They say that the party is under your own feet. It turns out that for Kansa…

Food history

Baking it the Ole Fashioned Way: K.C. Bakeries Established Before 1950

Flatland loves a good fluff piece. Two years ago we chronicled the history …

History

What Happened To The Dead Soldiers In The Battle Of Westport?

During one of her periodic walks through Loose Park on a nice day this wint…

Community

Steamboat Arabia Seeks New Quay

Should I stay, or should I go? Those are lyrics from a 1980s rock song, but…

Affordable Housing

Beautifying KC’s Low-Income Housing

Julia Cole didn’t waste time on the sidewalk. She marched straight up a g…

curiousKC

A Decades-Old Tax Question Resurfaces About Kansas City Schools

Earl Fleer is nearly 80 years old now, and he lives about a dozen miles sou…

Faith

What’s The Story Behind That Shiny Spire In Independence, Missouri?

Like many Metropolitan-area residents, Valorie Wells Fenton has driven by t…

Faith & Community

Breaking Down Negative Portrayals of Muslim Women

To Melody Petet, it seemed as if popular culture mostly portrayed Muslim wo…

curiousKC

The Curious Case of The Animals at The Landing Mall

A giraffe couple, necks wrapped like vines, peer over the storefronts. Hipp…

History

‘Who Lived in the Kansas City Museum?’

Earlier this month, Flatland announced its launch of curiousKC kids and the…

History

The Story Behind Kansas City’s Oldest Church

When Mary Cheney moved to the Kansas City area, she traded farm life for th…

Infrastructure History

How Did Trails West Influence The Growth of Westport?

Gary Jenkins has always been interested in the trails that ran through town…

Community

Finding Friends When You Are Over 60

Sheryl Raineri grew up in the Chicago suburbs, relocated to the warmer clim…

Infrastructure

How (And Why) is Kansas City’s Kauffman Center Shaped Like That?

Accordion-like folds curve toward downtown Kansas City, Missouri — now a …

Faith & Community

Understanding Islam in KC

At 79 years old, Marian Thomas of Leawood, Kansas, still shares much in com…

Community

Not Quite a Hat Trick | Kansas City’s Two Seasons of Pro Hockey

Joe Lynch makes slow, easy circles on the Crown Center Ice Terrace tes…

Infrastructure History

What Are the 3 Oldest Buildings in KC?

This is my first foray into answering a curiousKC question. I decided to an…

Article

Kansas City, This is the History Question We’re Digging Into

This story has been updated to include voting round results. Kansas Citians…

curiousKC

What Do You Want to Know About the Candidates for Mayor?

Each month, you will have a chance to send us questions about anything and …

History

How One Kansas City Hospital Treated Segregation in the ‘50s

During a snowstorm in early January, Carol Johnson’s power went out, so h…

American Graduate

‘I Just Care. They Become Family.’

Dana Steinwart is a devoted teacher. So devoted that she tears up when she …

History

Update: Waiter! There Is A Bug In My Pizza

Update: After this story was published on Jan. 16, Kansas Citians wrot…

curiousKC

Votes Are In! Here’s What We Report Next, Kansas City

This story has been updated to include voting round results from the last m…

American Graduate

Finding Equitable Access to Education and the Workforce

Kendall Riley loves to sculpt. He’s also such a technological whiz that h…

curiousKC

The Death of Cursive

Heather Kincaid remembers learning to write cursive at Raymore Elementary S…

bess truman

Is Pie the Sweet Dessert Spirit Animal of Kansas City?

The meal is over. The dishes are in the sink. What are you serving for dess…

curiousKC

Southwest High was Once a Premier School. What Happened?

It boasts notable graduates, including acclaimed rapper Tech N9ne, the weal…

Todd George Parkway

This Man Paved The Way For Lee’s Summit

There are two sorts of people in the world — those who are blissfully uni…

bogdon's candy co.

The Bogdon Candy Co. Made Sweet Treats For Three Generations

The next time you bring a gift to a wedding, you should think of Walter Bog…

infrastructure

Jumping on e-scooters on the fly? Think twice

Exiting her daughter’s apartment building on a recent Sunday, Janet Korte…

Charlie Parker

Do You Know Twelfth Street’s (Famous) Past?

If there’s a street that defines Kansas City, Missouri, which one would y…

affordable housing

The Rise and Fall of an Overland Park Icon

Metcalf Avenue is certainly not the Champs-Élysées, but at one time, a Fr…

curiousKC

Is Kansas City’s Population Growing?

Ben Evans is a Kansas City transplant, and after he recently bought a house…

curiousKC

How Should Police Officers Combat Stress?

Clinical psychotherapist Pat Hinkle was a police officer for 30 years befor…

curiousKC

Crooked Missouri

David Bonebrake describes himself as the kind of guy who likes order. If he…

American Graduate

How Do Schools Prepare Students For The Digital Economy?

Jeremy Bonneson, vice principal of Summit Technology Academy in Lee’s Sum…

Architecture

Exploring Frank Lloyd Wright’s Naturalistic Legacy

By Christopher G. Olszewski Our area certainly has some distinctive archite…

curiousKC

What’s In Our Tap Water?

By Lauren Langdon As the “Big Muddy” winds its way through Kansas City,…

Affordable Housing

Where Are Those 20-Somethings Living?

Where do young Kansas Citians live? The traditional Midtown haunts? High-en…

Local History

What’s the Oldest House in the Kansas City Area?

Retired teacher Del Candler can trace her ancestors’ arrival in Jackson C…

affordable housing

Can You Improve an Area Without Gentrifying It?

By Anne Kniggendorf As a traffic engineer, Jay Aber worries that some of th…

local history

Searching For Her Dad’s Technical High School

By Jack Harvel Like so many men of his generation, Jack Harrigan was a smal…

black history

The Rise and Fall of a Boomtown

The Kansas-Nebraska Act in 1854 made Kansas territory the center of the con…

Beyond Belief

What Are the Open Belief Centers in KC?

By Humera Lodhi Sharon Divine found faith as an adult. Or rather, she lost …

local history

A Trip Back to a Childhood Spent in Westport Orphanage

By Tess Vrbin Joe Bessenbacher’s most vivid childhood memories include …

local history

A Sweet Memory Prompts Strawberry Hill Question

By Rachel Thomas When she was around 10 years old, Christine Rogge attende…

burgers

Whatever Happened To…Those Other Burger Places?

It was that burger place your mom took you to after you bought shoes or the…

KCMO Schools

Wide Racial Gap Exists Between Teachers and Students in Jackson County Schools

By Lauren Langdon, Humera Lodhi and Tess Vrbil Janely Griffith Gonzalez rea…

curiousKC

Whatever Happened to Smaks?

The elephant on Johnson Drive stopped traffic. “My dad [Bill Fielder] had…

curiousKC

Where Does Our Recycling Go?

Ted Baker has been recycling ever since Overland Park started its curbside …

confederate flag

Of Monumental Importance

A few months ago Chris Dixon, who drives on Ward Parkway every week with hi…

curiousKC

As Far As the Eye Can See (Hint: It’s Not Far)

As it happens, the stars have aligned between curiousKC and the historic as…

cover story

Which Schools Are Integrated?

Lisa Gooden was set on finding the right school for her children in Kansas …

curiousKC

Where, Exactly, is Midtown?

Ask a Kansas Citian where Midtown is, and you’ll hear a pretty wide swath…

curiousKC

Eyes on the Eagle

On the median separating Ward Parkway near 67th Street stands a giant eagle…

Article

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