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Charmaine Merriweather

City Editor, KCtoday

Charmaine lives in Kansas City, MO. She has written for newspapers, newsrooms, and blogs. She also previously managed social media for the Country Club Plaza, KC Melting Pot Theatre, and other businesses. On her off days, Charm is usually reading books, watching movies, cooking, or playing video games.

The Nuuly center is the second one its parent company has opened in the region.
Franklin’s is one of the largest suppliers of recreational marijuana products in the metro.
See KC’s heart following recent events.
These concerts are coming up quick. Make sure you don’t miss out.
Are trash carts better than simply putting out trash bags? You all have strong opinions.
The Royals shared their decision at a press conference.
There’s even a letter for the Swifties.
It’s time to celebrate our back-to-back champs.
Let’s cheer on the Chiefs at the Super Bowl and have a little extra fun on the way.
Enjoy a bowl of homemade soup while helping those in need.
Rabbits had their shine. Now, it’s time for the Year of the Dragons.
We now know exactly which World Cup games will be held in Kansas City.
After years of sitting vacant, the spot will soon be a new entertainment and living destination.
Be booked and busy this weekend.
The 16-year-old needs shoes bigger than Shaquille O’Neal’s — and he’s not done growing yet.
Real fans don’t wait to get their Chiefs gear.
This license plate didn’t make the run-off, but it was a crowd fave.
These mansions on the market were made for fame.
For a limited time, you can find Chiefscake at Betty Rae’s and in some stores.
The first section of Vacation Village, Margaritaville, now has an opening date.
The votes are in and the jury is out.
The path to home ownership isn’t a pipe dream here in the Heart of America.
Major publications have listed KC as a top place to travel this year, so snap on that fanny pack and set out for a staycation — the itinerary is on us.
The cold kind of does bother us. Here’s how to fight it.
Sail Away Wine is giving away $1,000 to the most refined tastebuds while raising money for Hope House.
Thistle be a night you will remember.
Missouri’s marijuana industry made ~$1.3 billion last year. Here’s how all that tax money was spent.
The craft cafe promises to fill your insatiable hobbying needs.
Dining in Kansas City is always a fresh experience with new restaurants popping up all the time — and more on the way.