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Seg. 1: Healthy Homes Initiative | Seg. 2: Indie Film Critics

Segment 1: Some are living in temporary housing after Kansas City's rental inspection program revealed deplorable conditions at a Northland apartment complex.

Landlords are under pressure to ensure healthy living conditions or face sanctions from the Kansas City Health Department. Currently, eight inspectors are reviewing approximately 1,100 complaints over rental properties in the city. 


Segment 2, beginning at 23:39: The films you should see, and the Tivoli's transition into the Nelson-Atkins Museum.

"Official Secrets" starts slow, but Keira Knightley's stellar performance earns this film three thumbs up from our critics. They say a moving documentary  about singer Linda Ronstadt is one you'll want tissues for. Hear reviews on all of their must-sees, and which films they say are Oscar-worthy.

  • Cindy Haines, film professor and critic
  • Steve Walker, film critic and freelance arts reporter
  • Bob Butler,  film critic and creator of ButlersCinemaScene.com

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Steve Kraske is an associate teaching professor of journalism at UMKC, a political columnist for The Kansas City Star and has hosted "Up to Date" since 2002. He worked as the full-time political correspondent for The Star from 1994-2013 covering national, state and local campaigns. He also has covered the statehouses in Topeka and Jefferson City.
Elizabeth Ruiz