Friday, July 28, 2017

The Kansas City Friday Early Look



And so we start another journey toward weekend with a vision of Emily Ratajkowski hotness in an upcoming ladies mag along with her Instagram winning as we consider some of the top Kansas City MSM links to start the day.

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Kansas City Cleanup Continues

Residents along Indian Creek working to clean up after Thursday's floods

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Kansas City Star Fetish Coverage

Furries aren't fetish freaks, they want to fit in with fun fuzzy friends, study finds

Go on, admit it. If you've ever given a second thought to furries - largely known to the public as people who dress up in giant animal costumes - you might have thought of them as freaks or wondered whether their costumes are some kind of kinky, freaky, fetish thing.


Meth Town Nice Science

NASA helps Independence teachers prep for Eclipse Day

WHAT'S THE STORY: Independence School District science educators are using the eclipse and a program from NASA to help stimulate interest in STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) education.HOW DOES IT AFFECT ME?


Kansas City Rising Tide Of Risk

Many business owners caught without flood insurance as torrential rain poured in metro

KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Laurie Black spent Thursday afternoon trying to help her neighbor salvage what's left from his jewelry business after flood waters descended on the strip mall that houses both Black's business and her neighbor's. Cleaning up the mess inside the jewelry store has helped Black take her mind off her own business which is still underwater.


Local 1st Responder Winning

Cass County authorities rescued more than 45 people from flood water Thursday

It all started with rain pushing over a nearby dam.


Brushing Up On Kansas City History

When Dirt Covers Kansas City's Neighborhood Statues, Who Cleans Them Up?

Paul Benson says he can't help but assess the outdoor art he passes every day on his way to work as a conservator at The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art. A lot of it is dirty. Some of it's broken.


McTavish And The Local Weekend

6 Festive Things To Do In Kansas City This Weekend

Summer is by nature a festive time. School is out for the kids and adults are never too far away from at least the thought of relaxing their grip on responsibility. The season's happy lure is strong this weekend, with such attractions as a two-day country music and camping festival, a pair of county fairs, a glow-in-the-dark waterslide experience for the ages and a Harry Potter-inspired wizard contest.


Skrillex & Poo Bear - Would You Ever is the song of the day and this is the OPEN THREAD for right now . . .

2 Comments:

Anonymous said...

I would like to get on Emily

Anonymous said...

TOP PHOTO -- Breakfast At Emily's

Two over easy, buttered muffin, and climaxing with a kumquat!!!