Showing posts with label Old Northeast. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Old Northeast. Show all posts

Tuesday, September 15, 2020

The End Of An Era

 In 1954 Bill and Andy Mortallaro's father bought the Askew Inn from his Uncle.  It's been in continuous operation ever since.... until now.    The brothers retired this week.   They certainly have earned it, but will surely be missed.   A great neighborhood bar in Northeast Kansas City. 
   Bill and Tish Mortallaro and their children.... Joe, Megan, Rachelle, Nick, and Joanna. 

Andy and his Daughter Jenna. 

Sunday, April 7, 2019

Spring Is Sprunging

                      A few images from Historic Northeast as Spring 2019 is underway.

 Two homes above and below on Gladstone Boulevard. 

The Kansas City Museum fence has seen 119 Springs come and go. 

 The Magnolias are much healthier this year than last.  Last year's weather was awful for them. 

 Below, one of the homes behind the Museum . 

Sunday, October 21, 2018

Dia de los Muertos - The Day of the Dead -KC Museum

 The Day of the Dead Celebration was held by the Kansas City Museum today from 1 to 5pm.  Live music, bridal fashion show, dancing, puppet shows, sugar skulls, everything that's part of the tradition.

                                          The altar was set up by the Museum's west gate...
                                                                     Food trucks aplenty

 Anna Marie Tutera, Executive Director of the Museum was there... she was "Skull Lady" today.