Maureen Reintjes, a longtime area job club facilitator and founder of the Kansas City Metro Networking Job Club, and Dr. Mohsen Amiri, a psychiatrist with the Center of Behavioral Medicine, faculty at UMKC, a private practice, and part-time staff member at the KC Free Health Clinic, sit down with Nick Haines to discuss how the job crisis has taken its toll on job seekers. Randy Mason goes behind the scenes of what Time Magazine describes as “One of the five best theaters for young audiences in the U.S.” And we get a preview of what is on deck for the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum from its newest President, Bob Kendrick.
The profound mental health impact of the current unemployment crisis has caused many people to seek important resources for support.
Randy Mason goes behind the scenes at the Coterie Theatre to explore the upcoming programs and performances of this groundbreaking theater.
Bob Kendrick discusses future plans for the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum including the celebration for what would have been Buck O’Neil’s 100th birthday.