Brock Wilbur


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Brock Wilbur is a writer/comedian who is married to political journalist Vivian Kane and cohabitates with three terrible cats. He works in games, podcasts, and is Editor-in-Chief of Kansas City’s The Pitch. Buy his book “Postal” from Boss Fight Books wherever books are sold.


Cursive’s Tim Kasher shares his love of Lifetime movies and staying hydrated

We all know art is hard.

Letter From the Editor: Chaos goblins of change

Streetwise podcast considers all things with Laura Lorson

Zweihänder and Blackbirds are the dark engines driving future legends

Documentary Rise of the Players captures the villagers storming the castle of GameStop

"It's hard to buy things that everyone hates, and it's hard to sell things that everyone loves."

Letter From the Editor: Making up for paper

Downtown Council of KC launches strategic plan to revitalize businesses by 2030

Beyond the Infinite Two Minutes is a single shot comedy that warps time itself

Our Black Death isn’t your run-of-the-mill queer Dark Ages pandemic rom-com

The Last Thing Mary Saw pits forbidden love against religious fury

"They long for each other's touch, in bright sunlight!"

Kansas City Film Critics Circle names Loutzenhiser award-winners for 2022

KCFCC selects The Power of the Dog as the year's best film.

Streetwise podcast brings down the house with Susan Kander and Warren Ashworth

Unpacking is a meditative indie game about one of life’s most frustrating activities

Resident Evil: Welcome to Raccoon City is a mix of cutscenes and cut scenes

This convoluted, inside-baseball extravaganza makes its characters S.T.A.R.S. in someone else's show.

Letter from the Editor: Going through it, and into a New Year

Tacos and Tequila Festival announces performers for June ’22 event

Coterie’s The SpongeBob Musical adapts the Broadway hit for its intended audience

Making Movies cover Radiohead’s Kid A at The Truman in celebratory fashion

With support from Blvck Hippie and The Republic Tigers.

Boulevardia set to return in June 2022

Urban street festival returns June 17-18 and moves downtown.

Kansas City Public Library receives huge grant to become a vaccination station

By Design magazine to publish final issue. For now.

Jason Sudeikis stars in Dec. 5 livestream of It’s a Wonderful Life

The Advent Calendar serves up a bloody Faustian tale… for Christmas

"Sounds grim. Well, Germans are grim."

Author-activist Clint Smith sets Dec. 6 engagement at Liberty Hall, free livestream available

Paul Reiser brings clarity and hilarity to the KC Improv this weekend

Lidia’s cuts the ribbon on new event space, releases latest cookbook

A Pot, a Pan, and a Bowl serves as a companion to her new public television show.

The Bridge to air top 909 songs of the 80s over Thanksgiving weekend

KC Bier Co. claims silver for their Winterbock at European Beer Star competition

The Strings tugs at your heart, then removes it

Director Ryan Glover’s feature debut is a horror film that plays all the right notes.

Jena Friedman’s True Crime Story: Indefensible is a jaw-dropping twist on the true crime formula

Antlers review: Everything must wendigo

Nature vs. nurture vs. murder vs. nature vs....

The Pitch’s Infinite Playlist Round 1: Brock Wilbur

B&B Theatres renovates, reimagines the former Drafthouse Mainstreet

Letter from the Editor: Impathy Engine

Dear Evan Hansen thinks it’s helping. It really, really isn’t.

Photos: Garbage live in KC last night at T-Mobile

Alongside Alanis Morissette and Cat Power.

Jason Kander publishes children’s book with his son as co-author