Tuesday, April 18, 2017

Kansas City Afternoon News Link Double Up

Because Tessa Fowler is the Instagram hottie of record and inspires this collection of mostly nice Kansas City mainstream media links for the afternoon:

Kansas City Bicycle Illusion Of Advocacy

After Scathing Audit, Kansas City Bike Advocates Push For Adoption Of A New Plan

When Kansas Citian Eric Bunch puts his 5-year-old son on the back of his bike to take him to daycare every morning, he has to cross the fast-moving traffic on 39th Street, where there are no traffic signals. "I've been honked at by bus drivers trying to cross there," Bunch says.

Local Dead Tree Media Ironically Celebrates Kansas City Recycling Event

Kansas City hosts giant recycling event on Saturday, Earth Day

Saturday is Earth Day, and Kansas City will host a big recycling event. Kansas City residents can bring waste tires and other waste items, while metro area residents can bring computers, documents for shredding and gently-used items to be redistributed.

Kansas City Good News Gift Of Life

SevenDays kicks off week of spreading kindness, interfaith understanding with blood drive

KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- This week marks three years since three people were killed outside the Jewish Community Center and Village Shalom in Overland Park. Now, the families of Doctor William Corporon, Reat Underwood, and Terri LaManno continue a movement to spread kindness and interfaith understanding.

Another Kansas City Tech Party

Startup Weekend returns to Kansas City on June 9

People often ruminate for years on a startup idea, calculating risk, analyzing a market and perfecting a pitch. With Startup Weekend, that course of contemplative construction is distilled into 48 hours of ideation, iteration and presentation. And after a year hiatus, the event is returning to Kansas City for wild weekend of founding fury.

Our TKC Blog Community Talked About This LAST WEEK And Now The Newspaper Plays Ketchup

Untreated St. Joseph sewage is flushing in Kansas City's direction during plant fix

Work to upgrade the St. Joseph wastewater treatment plant led the city to release untreated sewage into the Missouri River on Tuesday. Operators of downstream water facilities say they're prepared to manage the excess sewage when they draw supplies from the river.

Golden Ghetto Creative Class Hangout

A coworking studio for artists, InterUrban ArtHouse to open in Overland Park

A new coworking and community space for artists is coming to the Kansas City area. Scheduled to open June 15 in Overland Park, the nearly 14,000 square-foot InterUrban ArtHouse is revamping a post office to become a shared space for 20 to 40 artists.

Meet The New Lady in Charge Of The Skyline

Kansas City's downtown airport has a new manager

Kansas City's Wheeler Downtown Airport has a new manager. Melissa Cooper replaces Mike Roper, who retired late last year. Cooper served most recently as manager of field maintenance at Kansas City International Airport. Before that time, she was deputy director of the Johnson County Airport Commission in 2014, and assistant manager of the downtown airport from 2006 to 2014.

KCMO Northeast Community Payback

Knights of Columbus give back

KANSAS CITY, Missouri - The Knights of Columbus Cardinal Glennon Council #4613 gave back in honor of the Easter holiday last weekend, donating a carload of canned goods and non-perishable items to those in need. The Knights also donated a half-dozen jugs filled with soda tabs to the Ronald McDonald House Charities of Kansas City.

Kansas City Hipster Concert List

Thursday plays Tuesday - competing with two other bills tonight for your concert attention

Thursday With Touché Amoré, Basement and Cities Aviv, 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, April 18, at RecordBar, all ages, $30 Post-hardcore powerhouse Thursday went on an indefinite hiatus in 2011. By the time the group announced a reunion in 2016, fans were champing at the bit to see the band live.

Because Kansas City Will Never Forgive Madison Bumgarner

Kansas City Royals: Five Players to Watch Vs San Francisco Giants

Now the San Francisco Giants will roll into Kansas City to face the Royals. This will be the first time the Giants have been to Kauffman Stadium since Game 7 of the 2014 World Series, where the bad guys ultimately reigned supreme and swiped the crown from our beloved boys in blue.

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


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Who are those quars in parkas?

What do they think they are Oasis or something?

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"Kansas City Hipster Concert List"


Welcome to Branson of the Plains!

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FAAAAAAAAAAAART!!!!! There, that should entertain you 8:33

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11:05 is such an obnoxious little CUNT!!!