Wednesday, June 07, 2017

The Kansas City Early Morning Link Look



Alessandra Ambrosio and her high fashion hotness and recent jewelry promo inspire this collection of Kansas City morning links worth a peek right now.

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Celebrate Kansas City High Art Neighborhood Encroachment

Nelson-Atkins Museum Is Closer To Expansion With Kansas City Plan Commission Approval

After coming to an agreement with its neighbors about a re-zoning request, the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art has now received approval from the Kansas City Plan Commission. Last year, such approval seemed uncertain. The Nelson wanted to turn houses it owned along 45th Street into administration and staff offices, and reuse some of the former Rockhill Tennis Club site as a sculpture garden and for overflow parking.


Fear Kansas City Gunpoint Message

Robbery suspect passed a note that said 'give me the money, or catch a bullet'

WEBVTT HE PASSED A NOTE THAT READGIVE ME THE MONEY OR CATCHABLEIT.>> THE CLERK TOLD THE THIEF THATWOULDN'T GIVE HIM THE MONEYEVEN THOUGH THE MAN APPEARED TOHAVE A GUN.PICTURES LED TO THE ARREST OFMONTAIGNE THEUS.WE FIRST MET HIM A YEAR AGOAPRIL.HE WAS TELLING US ABOUT HIS TINYSON.THE YOUNGEST OF HIS


Jim Glover Saves The Planet

How Kansas City can fight global warming

Former city councilman Jim Glover and Bridging The Gap want Kansas City to dedicate some of the recently passed general obligation bond funds to synchronizing lights and planting trees to combat climate change.


Social Media Fake News Scares JoCo

Authorities say viral JoCo stranger danger post not entirely true

A Facebook post about a suspicious man at several popular landmarks went viral over the weekend in Johnson County, Kansas. The post detailed a man supposedly stalking children. But police say this report may not hold up. This post, and a picture without the man's face blurred, have been shared hundreds of times.


Kansas City Faithful Cookout

Dozens from different faiths congregate at Kansas City Buddhist center for prayer service

KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- People from 14 different faiths came together on Tuesday night at the Rime Buddhist Center for an interfaith prayer service. The group also came together for a Ramadan fast-breaking dinner. Dozens of people from all different faiths said they have the same goal: they want world peace.


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4 Comments:

Anonymous said...

Just fucking great, a person can't even go out and enjoy things anymore without some snowflake posting shit about them that's all a lie.

Anonymous said...

Buddhists are the worst. Perpetual victims because they won't fight for anything.

Anonymous said...

^^^No, you are the worst. You post perpetually and slag others. You don't have anything to say. Maybe try to do something with your pathetic life. How about that?

Anonymous said...

LOLZ, tell that to the Buddhists of Myanmar. They found a loophole in the whole lotus tree bullshit that allows them to fuck with the Muslims.