Friday, March 31, 2017

Kansas City Friday Keep The Fire News



Instagram hottie Leanna Decker inspires us to keep the fire and burn through the afternoon Kansas City news cycle with the very best links for the consideration of our blog community. Take a look:

Kansas City Lesson In Persistence

Academie Lafayette One Step Closer To Opening High School In Midtown

Academie Lafayette, a French immersion charter school, has reached an agreement to buy the former Derrick Thomas Academy in midtown. "If everything goes as we hope, this building will be the third campus in the Academie Lafayette network," Head of School Elimane Mbengue says.

Today's Urban Core Runaround

High-speed pursuit of U-Haul truck ends in east Kansas City

Speeds estimated at more than 100 mph during chase

Nobody Hurt In Golden Ghetto Blaze

No one injured in school bus fire in Leawood

LEAWOOD, Kan. - A school bus caught fire in Leawood, Kansas Friday afternoon. Leawood police said two students and a driver were on an Overland Trail Middle School bus at 131st Street and High Drive when smoke started pouring out of a vent on the bus.

Show-Me Wage Fight Push Back

Republicans may make concessions on minimum wage bill that would affect St. Louis

A bill intended to quash St. Louis' minimum wage increase looked to be on the fast track this session, but is now on hold in the Missouri Senate as Republicans mull an overture to Democrats to avoid a filibuster.

Kansas City Bridge Battle Coming Soon

KC planners determined to get new Buck O'Neil Bridge, avoid two-year closure

Kansas City likely needs millions in yet-unidentified federal dollars to fuel a grand plan for the former Broadway Bridge and North Loop, but top city staff assured City Council members they are working with the Missouri congressional delegation to get it.

Critical Police Info Update

Independence officer shooting comes as MO Gov. pushes for Blue Alert System

Independence police officer Thomas Wagstaff was shot while responding to a burglary call on Wednesday. At last check, he remains in critical condition. The tragic shooting comes at the same time as Missouri Governor Eric Greitens is pushing for a Blue Alert System in the state.

Pitch Serves Up Supper Club Promo

Michael and Christina Corvino put everything (and nearly everyone) they know into their new Corvino Supper Club and Tasting Room

Photo by Zach Bauman A few weeks ahead of the opening of Corvino Supper Club and Tasting Room, the most eagerly awaited new restaurant to open in Kansas City in 2017, chef Michael Corvino jokes that it all could have been very different.

And this is the OPEN THREAD for right now . . .

3 Comments:

Anonymous said...

Is Christina available for lap dances?

Anonymous said...

No just tasting

Anonymous said...

^^^ Funny but not nice.