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Review for Moxie Bar and Grill wrote by Jamie
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Comments: This is the best little bar up north. Amazing drink specials and awesome food! There is always something going on no matter what night it is!!
Review for Rick West Theatre wrote by Mark
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Pros: Great show!
Cons: Hard to get tickets.
Comments: Best show in town! If you can get tickets you must see this knockout of a show. Rick and his gang are A+. 5 stars.
Review for Crosstown Station wrote by cowgirl1
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Comments: I was only there once but it was AWESOME! Needs a better dance floor.
Review for Bankruptcy $690 plus cost wrote by lydia
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Pros: Inexpensive, quality, nice people,
Cons: can think of any
Comments: The staff was very helpful and knowledgeable. I will go back if I need anything else.
Review for Dine in Delivered wrote by Janet
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Pros: You get your food delivered even though it takes way too long
Cons: SLOW service, COLD food, more expensive
Comments: I liked the idea of this delivery service but they are very unprofessional. They forgot an entire entrée from my order & refused to bring me the food I ordered ..
Review for Denim And Diamonds wrote by cowgirl1
Rating: Half Rating1111
Comments: Perhaps if the owner of this club would quit banding dance in the club she would have much more people that would want to come back to Demin's. When ..

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The whole world of jazz and Kansas City is found in the area designated as 18th and Vine. The new renovations take you back in time to another era. Visiting this community allows you to feel the music, the barbecue smells reminds you that this is it! The area is rich in black history and culture. The Negro League Baseball Museum is located in this district. Inside the museum, our past confronts us. The baseball players stand on an indoor baseball field in their starting positions. Because of the imposed race rules, the Negro League players never had a chance at the big leagues. Jackets, shirts, and other baseball memorabilia are for sale. The celebration of jazz is evident in this area with the sounds captured in the latest technologies. The historic district has restaurants serving everything from the infamous barbecue to other soul food cuisines. Catchy caf

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