Central Standard Friday
Movie Critics: Hollywood Embraces Religious Films04/29/14
The movie critics are here to discuss new releases. The critics tell us which movies to see and which ones to skip. Later in the show, host Russ...
Food Critics: The Best Fish In Kansas City
It's Lent, and whether you observe the Catholic fast or not, it's a great excuse to eat fish. Kansas City restaurants offer plentiful selections of the...
Food Critics: Best Noodles In Kansas City
There is one ingredient that you'll find in almost every culture and has been around for almost 4,000 years: noodles. On Friday's edition of Central...
7 Life-Changing Inventions Created In Kansas City
Kansas City is the birthplace of many inventions that have changed the way we perform everyday tasks. For example, your neck might be a lot hairier if...
Food Critics: Best Sausage In And Around Kansas City
On Friday's edition of Central Standard, Charles Ferruzza and Food Critics Mary Bloch, Chris Becicka and Emily Farris discuss some of Kansas City's...
Movie Critics: What Makes A 'Cult' Film?
From The Rocky Horror Picture Show to Monty Python and the Holy Grail to Eraserhead, cult films seem to last forever. But, what exactly is a cult film...
Food Critics: The Best Happy Hour In Kansas City
In Kansas City days of old, enterprising bar owners would offer free food to workers heading home and craving a beer or whiskey. The food was usually...
4 Things To Know About North Kansas City
There’s a community of more than 4,000 people that sits barely two miles away from Kansas City’s Downtown. It has its own mayor and city agencies and a...
Food Critics: Chicken Or The Egg?
You’ve heard the question a million times: What came first, the chicken or the egg? The answer is complicated when you pose it to Kansas City diners who...
Movie Critics: The Best (And Worst) Movies Of 2013
This was another record-breaking year at the box office for the film industry and on Friday's Central Standard, the movie critics gather 'round to share...
Food Critics: The 15 Best Dishes In Kansas City In 2013
As 2013 comes to a close, we raise a glass to Kansas City's dearly departed. However, just as we welcome the new year, we also welcome the many new...
Food Critics: Best Steak In Kansas City
Since the cattle rustling days of yore, steak has always been an important part of the culinary traditions of Kansas City. We even have a baseball team...
Movie Critics: What You Should See Right Now
The Thanksgiving movie releases have provided us with a cornucopia of cinematic offerings to choose from. Do we have a lot to be thankful for or have we...
Food Critics: Look To The Sides
Many restaurants in Kansas City have signature dishes. Stroud’s is known for its fried chicken, Jess and Jim’s is famous for its steaks. But what about...
Legends And Myths Of Kansas City
Did "Boss" Tom Pendergast bury his political enemies underneath Brush Creek concrete? Are there bullet holes still in Union Station from the Union...
The History Of The Kansas City Streetcar
Kansas City, Mo., is well on its way to building a downtown streetcar line. In the works is a two-mile project from River Market to Union Station, and...
The Celebrities Buried In Kansas City Cemeteries
Do the ghosts of Jesse James, Cole Younger, and Annie Chambers still haunt us? What about the apparitions of Carrie Nation and Tom Pendergast? These folks
Food Critics: Diabetic Dining
Most of us are very lucky. When we go out to eat, we usually don’t worry about dietary restrictions or fret over missing the delicious food we'd like to
Movie Critics: The Changing Fall Movie Season
The fall movie season is upon us, which means more movies aimed at adult audiences and those held back for awards consideration. Thats great news for movie
Food Critics: The Best Restaurants in Lawrence, KS
Lawrence, Kansas is probably best-known to most of us as the home of the University of Kansas, but the beloved college town has also become a dining
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