Check The Kansas City Tuesday Morning Clips
Let's start out with Kate Upton and a few local videos worthy of Kansas City consideration.
Svoboda offers us a great look at one of the best Kansas City Fall traditions . . .
10 12 13 SVO Water Fire
Next up . . .
Devon Carney Puts His Stamp On Kansas City Ballet
From KCUR: "Kansas City Ballet's new artistic director Devon Carney begins his tenure with a world premiere. Carney says the title of his new piece Opus I, marks both the beginning of the season and a hint of the new vision he has for the company."
And then . . .
Policy Breakfast: Is It Time To Leave Kansas City?
"Kansas has just enacted sweeping tax reforms, in some cases wiping out some forms of income tax altogether. For years, residents of Kansas City have been lured into Kansas due to issues such as crime, education, and taxes, but have Kansas' recent moves brought us to a tipping point? Watch Show-Me Institute Policy Analyst Patrick Ishmael; President of Allen Financial, Greg Allen; and CFO of Tarsus, Paul Burns, discuss tax policy fixes for the greater Kansas City area."
It's a policy video but starts with KC Public Library Dude telling us that this town is one of the highest tax places to live . . .
All of the clips are worth a look. More in a bit . . .