While we were busy with the KCPT membership drive last week, Kansas City Mayor Sly James was busy saving America's urban cities. More than a dozen U.S. Mayors rolled into town along with political and thought leaders from around the country. They were convening at the Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts for the CityAge Summit on The New American City. Kansas City is only the third place, and the first U.S. city, where CityAge has held a summit. The first two have been in Canada. The Kansas City event wound up attracting more than 550 people from 259 organizations and 73 cities. Producer Justin Bond eavesdropped on some of the sights and sounds of the two-day convention that included a nod to Kansas City's musical heritage.