4:43 pm
Thu December 4, 2014

Kansas City’s Picks For Best Cowtown Gifts

A framed photo of the holiday lights on the Country Club Plaza was one of the Kansas City gift ideas we received this week on social media.
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Kansas Citians love eating and drinking, so it should come as no surprise that food and drinks top their list of the best Kansas City gifts.

In our social media quest for a rundown of presents that would represent the Kansas City area , you shot back a grocery list of items that sound like the makings for a fun holiday party: regional beer, popcorn, coffee, chocolate, pastries, toffee, nuts and more.

And the list wouldn’t be complete without the ample mentions of Kansas City barbecue sauce.

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1:24 pm
Mon December 1, 2014

What's The Best Kansas City Gift?

What's the best Kansas City gift? Tweet us with the #TellKCUR hashtag.
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When you want to send a little bit of the Kansas City area to friends and families during the holidays, what's your go-to gift?

Maybe it's a jar of barbecue sauce or a Kansas City Royals T-shirt. Perhaps it's a bag of sunflower seeds or a six-pack of locally brewed beer.

As we enter the holiday shopping season, divulge your Kansas City-inspired wish list.

Tell KCUR: What's the best Kansas City gift?

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Up to Date
10:05 am
Mon December 2, 2013

Techsperts: 11 Nerdy Holiday Gift Ideas

Samsung's Galaxy Gear Smart Watch is one of the gadgets catching our Techsperts' eye this season.
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If you're always losing your keys or you're concerned about the efficiency of your driving habits, well, there's an app for that. 

In the second part of Monday's Up to Date, the Techsperts offer their gift guide for the newest gadgets, perfect for your favorite techie.

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10:35 am
Wed December 7, 2011

The Techsperts: Technology News & Holiday Gift Giving Guide

The "iCADE" - an iPad Arcade Cabinet.

The tablet computer is one of the most popular tech gifts this holiday season, and according to a new survey, within three years, there will be 89.5 million tablet owners in the United States. That's right: nearly one in three web-connected Americans will own one.

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