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If You’re From Kansas City, This Will Be The Most Jaw-Dropping Thing You See Today. No Contest.

Now that’s what I’m talking about.

Maggie Owens

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Filmmaker Tim Lair spent over a year creating this gorgeous homage to the Paris of the Plains and it shows. Seriously, Kansas City sparkles in this video. It’s near-perfect.

Kudos, Mr. Lair!

Source: Paris Of The Plains By Tim Lair

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posted on: March 4, 2015
810,867 views, 12 comments


  1. Jason

    Great video! What/who is the music?

  2. Jerre Thomas LaBanca

    Very beautiful but many place’s were missing that would have been wonderful additions! Maybe you can do part 2?

  3. Gene Davis

    Hard to tell, but the artist at the Scout painting the skyline looks like an artist my son & I saw years ago painting at that exact spot. Foe years, Kel & I have dreamed of making a Kansas City video. Hopefully we finally get the project off the drawing board.

  4. Dan Breitenstein

    Very well done! However, I would agree with others that the music could have been better. Also, it would have been nice to see some Kansas locations since we do represent nearly half of the Metro???
    Aside from these comments, you did a fantastic job! Bravo!

  5. Chrs

    Fantastic job! Thanks for making such a marvelous piece on our hometown! 😉

  6. Mike Dungan

    The thing that really is so wonderful about this video is the fact that my wife and I used to live in Kansas City, and we always found it to be a beautiful city. We moved to New Mexico four years ago and haven’t seen all the new construction that has taken place. So, to see all the new improvements is just breathtaking! Kansas City is a beautiful, beautiful city. We go back every year to visit friends and relatives but it’s very hard to keep up with all the sights.

    Thanks for a wonderful trip through town!

  7. Thelma Wingo

    it was gorgeous … especially because they showed the Western Auto building a few times… where I worked for 36 years! I had 2 sons & 2 daughters-in-law worked there.

  8. Kenneth

    loved it.

  9. Clem Hanson

    Finally, Kansas City has cleaned up and perked up. The historic confluence of the Kansas and Missouri Rivers,and the explorations of Lewis and Clark.

  10. Diane Lieberknecht

    The diagesis pull into past memories of KC was magical—thank you

  11. Sarah

    The artist painting is Wilbur Niewald. He’s been painting in that spot for decades.

  12. Theresa Malaponte Pendleton

    beautiful pictures. need more of this of our CITY.


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