Wednesday, June 21, 2017

Kansas City Summer News Link Look



Hottie Summer St. Claire and her impressive online body of work inspires today's link blast as we consider some of the top stories from today. Checkit:

Kansas City Photo Journalism

This Kansas City Photographer Is Giving The World A Different View Of Flint, Michigan

Kansas City-based photographer Dan White has won a Pulitzer Prize and traveled the world photographing people and places. From his home and studio in the West Bottoms, he's preparing to set out on his next trip into the field. But his latest trip isn't taking him off to some far-flung location.


More KCMO Fast Food Drama

Serving up life: Voices of KC's minimum wage, fast-food workers come to local stage

Activists will trade bullhorns for microphones Thursday, June 22, 2017, for a sold-out evening of monologues, "Living on the Edge," at the Buffalo Room in Westport. The speakers are part of the "$15 and a Union" movement calling for a higher minimum wage.


Kansas City Cleanup Schedule

KCMO Sets Curbside Pickup Schedule to Remove Large Tree Limbs - Kansas City infoZine

KCMO Sets Curbside Pickup Schedule to Remove Large Tree Limbs Kansas City, Mo - infoZine - The special service will require an appointment and residents must follow these guidelines: Call 311 Action Center to schedule the pickup. Dial 311 or 816-513-1313. Trees must be cut into sections no longer than 6 feet.


Teacher Talks KC Charter Success

A day in the life of Kansas City's KIPP Academy

This article first appeared in the St. Louis Beacon: KANSAS CITY -- One recent Monday morning at the KIPP charter school here, some fifth-graders were walking single-file down a corridor when a visitor introduced himself.


Luxury Living Downtown Booze News

New Spokes Peddles Beers, Bikes and Bites in Downtown Kansas City

By Kevin Collison Downtown Kansas City is on a roll, and one of its latest new businesses is spinning a blend of bicycles, beers and good food, a combination that's proved popular in other cities including Denver and Minneapolis. The new Spokes opened five weeks ago at 1200 Washington St., one of the first retailers...


More Big Bucks For 18th & Vine District

MLB, players union donate $1M to Negro Leagues museum in KC

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) - Major League Baseball and its players union have donated $1 million to the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum in Kansas City to support its operations, expansion and educational opportunities. Baseball Commissioner Bob Manfred and union director Tony Clark announced the grant Wednesday.


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

8 Comments:

Anonymous said...

drama indeed.

Anonymous said...

Baseball is dead!

Anonymous said...

Look at those boob's. I had a dream last night that Dolly Parton was my mother and I was a bottle baby.

Anonymous said...

TOP PHOTO -- My Little Pony

On my first day of Summer, I rode hard and came through in the end!!!

Anonymous said...

Could someone please direct me to the Latino Leagues Baseball Museum?

Anonymous said...

Just another great Groid money pit , might as well just burn a pile of cash in streetcar line ¡!

Anonymous said...

Summer would be a really good fuck.

Anonymous said...

8:17 is just another white-trash, meth addicted piece of trailer trash killing time at the library casue it has dem interwebs and I can say dumb shit & stuff.