Brock Wilbur

Editor-in-Chief

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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.

Articles

'Legacy Land' explores impact of childhood sexual abuse on adult survivors

Kansas City's first mini golf bar comes to Power & Light

Chamber of Commerce to host panel on Coronavirus; impact on local business

Good news, everyone! We're atop St. Patrick's Day party town according to science

Bernie Sanders 2020 campaign opens local headquarters

Lawrence woman in the final rounds of Inked Magazine cover girl competition

Missouri ranks as the 4th most car-dependant state in America

Tapcade celebrates five year anniversary in the Crossroads

Pick Progress project celebrates Black History with 31 stylish combs

Will you be our Valentine, Chiefs Fan Who Fell Ass-First From A Tree?

Star Parks' Burt Bacharach on a budget sound hits recordBar on the 19th

Give a hand to John Tierney with benefit at The Truman

Healing Masculine podcast bridges the queer and heteronormative

Chef Jay Smith has a fry based pop-up on Wednesday that's trying to murder me

Ben's Friends opens KC chapter of sobriety support for the service industry

Brunch spot Snooze opens in Westport

Chiefs bobbleheads and floral print shirts now available

Bloomberg uses his billions to troll Trump in Kansas City

Pornhub releases stats on traffic during the Chiefs Super Bowl victory

Car chase along Chiefs parade route could have gone much, much worse

What is happening with McGonigle's Market?

How to watch the Chiefs parade without dying

Local sporting news coverage round-up

Super Bowl fever strikes KC in quirky ways

Keeping up with the timeless, genreless Squirrel Nut Zippers

A very nice Chiefs poem from 1987

A Chiefs poem from 1987

'Chiefs Kingdom Comin' is the surprise football banger of the Super Bowl run

Nautical disaster and the American Disconnect; an interview with author Dave Eggers