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- 1 18.th Street
- 2 Kansas City
- 3 Kansas City skyline picture
- 4 Invitation to WikiProject Kansas City Chiefs
- 5 That's not all...
- 6 September 2008
- 7 AfD nomination of DON'T DO IT Campaign
- 8 File source problem with File:1201walnut.jpg
- 9 Upcoming Wikimedia events in Missouri and Kansas!
- 10 Come to the First Topeka Meetup, January 15!
- 11 Notification of automated file description generation
- 12 Upcoming event at the WWI Museum in Kansas City
- 13 Wikipedia:WikiProject United States/The 50,000 Challenge
- 14 File:Tylerstand.jpg listed for discussion
I wrote an article about de:Kansas City Jazz and need some pictures to illustrate 18.th and Vine. Can you move your pictures to commons, or do you have some others to illustrate this topic? Cheers de:Benutzer:Roomsixhu —Preceding unsigned comment added by 18.104.22.168 (talk) 21:16, August 28, 2007 (UTC)
Regarding the subject you raised on WP:AN: I think that keeping it redirected to the metropolitan area is the best option due to the fact that there are two equally valid Kansas Cities, Kansas City, KS and Kansas City, MO. Someone searching for "Kansas City" may want either KCK or KCMo, and outsiders especially may not know at first that there are two cities by that name just across the river from one another. (My best friend's family actually had an argument about what state Kansas City was in, until I had to step in and delicately inform them they were both right.) Thus, taking them to the metro area article clears up any confusion, educates them as to the presence of both cities, and avoids upsetting folks on the Kansas side. —Scott5114↗ [EXACT CHANGE ONLY] 08:12, 28 May 2008 (UTC)
- Kansas City, KS is hardly a suburb; both towns were founded at about the same time (or at least far before the concept of a "suburb" was even developed), and KCK has suburbs in its own right (Overland Park, Shawnee, Olathe, etc.). As a frequent visitor to the Kansas side, I can tell you that its residents would absolutely balk if they were characterized as a suburb. (It certainly has more city-like than suburban-like characteristics.) The preferred perception is that there's just "Kansas City", and there's a Kansas side and a Missouri side (even though the two cities are indeed politically separate, the residents don't really consider themselves to be residents of separate cities). The Dallas, MO thing isn't really the same thing, as there is less chance for confusion there as there is a large distance between the two—they are not part of the same metro area and are not interrelated as the two Kansas Cities are. —Scott5114↗ [EXACT CHANGE ONLY] 18:34, 28 May 2008 (UTC)
- Please see Talk:Kansas City
Kansas City skyline picture
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