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Equality Collection - RELEASED September 15th, 2017

We are proud to announce that our Equality collection is launching this Friday Sept, 15th and we at Landlocked Co. could not be more excited. This project speaks from our hearts and we believe is at the heart of our amazing city. Landlocked is a Kansas City Company, but Landlocked is supported by people from all over the world and its founders were born in Canada and raised in Africa.   Kansas City, Missouri, and Kansas City, Kansas are becoming one of the most diverse, largest growing cities in the world. Every decade has brought new expansions and a broader appeal to new inhabitants and businesses as well as more opportunity for rooted families. It has not forgotten its farming...

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Barktoberfest 2017 - Landlocked, Wayside Waifs Fundraiser, 99.7 The Point, Puppies, Live Music and More!

               Barktoberfest Pet and Music Festival to Benefit Wayside Waifs Pet Shelter Local businesses donate portions of their sales, at the Free Admission Festival Calling all animal, music and beer lovers in the Kansas City Area! The 3rd Annual Bentley's Pet Stuff's Barktoberfest, is Saturday October 7th, with FREE admission. This super fun event will be held at Shawnee Mission Park's Theatre in the park. This family and dog friendly event is Kansas City's only pet and music festival. There will be live music performances, from 99.7 The Point's artists, Rockin Rob, Tevin, Castro, Tom Walker, and for King and Country. Delicious food and craft brews like KC Bier Co. And Odell Brewing will be served all day....

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A Little First Fridays Fun!

First Fridays in Kansas City is something not to be missed. As a traveler I have been to many cities that have their version of a First Friday. However, Kansas City’s First Friday is something unique. It’s a blend of entrepreneurs, fashion, artists, families and young people excited about their city.  Artists and vendors can display their treasures to the most industrious of Kansas City society. It's free entry, and the products are priced to sell. Like a museum, it carries the joys of discovery and enlightenment, but without the price tag. If you see a distinguished map of the West Indies that surely must of belonged to a descendent of Columbus himself, you can fish out your coin purse, and take...

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