In The Loop: November 20, 2022
Your connection to Downtown Kansas City
The Best of “Downtown Lens”
While I’m on vacation, enjoy these photographs selected from our first year of publishing the KC Downtown Loop.
Next week, we’ll post the best of “Artful City.”
Have a happy and safe Thanksgiving; we’ll be back Dec. 4.
Crowd watching Outhouse perform at Record Bar. The Loop
“Betty,” the Douglas DC-3 aircraft that serves as a symbol for the Roasterie Coffee Company, as photographed beneath I-35 near Southwest Boulevard. The Loop
A southbound bus approaches 11th street on a Saturday Downtown. The Loop
Beautiful rainy night in the Power & Light District, captured by @ghost_inthecity
An early spring vista, looking east from 11th Street behind the Kansas City Marriott Downtown. The Loop
909 Walnut by Hannah D., on Instagram @documenting.decay
Downtown framed by autumn splendor. Photo by C.T. Thongklin Photography
The KC Streetcar rolling down Delaware Street. The Loop
The figure sitting on the horizontal bar at 11th and Broadway is one of three figures included in sculptor Tom Corbin’s “Without Limits.” The Loop
The Gladstone Boulevard Bridge over Anderson Avenue, near 301 Gladstone Boulevard in the Historic Northeast neighborhood of Downtown. The Loop
Patterns and reflections in the windows of a bridal shop at 2110 Wyandotte in the Crossroads. The Loop
The sky outside Kauffman Performing Arts Center by cbfshr on Reddit
New Year’s Day snow captured by Leonel Marroquín
A trio of Ghostbusters fans at the Loews Kansas City Hotel during Planet Comicon weekend at nearby Bartle Hall. The Loop
A bicyclist traverses 11th Street approaching Broadway. The Loop
Crown Center and the 32-story San Francisco Tower condominiums rise above autumn colors in October. The Loop
Twelfth Street scene by photographer and graphic designer Scott Langley.
First Friday in the Crossroads, near 18th and Grand. Photo by Hannah J. Schuh
Detail of the old Union Bus Terminal and Pickwick Hotel, now East 9 at Pickwick Plaza Apartments, 9th and McGee. The Loop
“Cloud City” by @ZachIsHere on Twitter
The Lyceum Building on West 9th Street. The Loop
A home on Downtown’s Westside features matching sentinels atop its gated stairway entrance. The Loop
Lord Rupert the Frenchie is clearly Downtown royalty. Photo by his owner, Gavin Hull
The grounds above the Arts District Garage, just south of the Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts. The Loop
Looking northeast from near 12th and McGee, City Hall in the background. The Loop
Look for the best of “Artful City” next week, then we return to normal editions of “In The Loop” on Dec. 4.
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