Monday, August 07, 2017

Back To The Kansas City Monday Grind



AND WE'RE BACK!!!

Hottie Miranda brightens our midday, check some of the more important midday news links:

Downtown According To Troy

City manager: KC's vibrant core radiating development successes - Kansas City Business Journal

During Friday's celebration of the progress on Two Light, the $120 million apartment high-rise in the Kansas City Power & Light District, City Manager Troy Schulte urged the crowd to look out as well as up at the 24-story tower.


City Hall Warning

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Individuals may begin registering now for AlertKC by completing the form below, texting their zip code to "888777", or by visiting nixle.com and providing their address or nearby intersection, a cell phone number and an email address by which to receive notifications.


Big Dead-Tree Cheeser

A smart city need not be ugly

For now, it's the sort of stuff that's both in plain view and largely invisible unless you're looking for it. Smart-city gear - Wi-Fi antennas, various sensors, video cameras - are gradually blooming on streetlights, traffic signals and light poles across the urban landscape.


Celebrate Cowtown Tech Marriage

Kansas City Startup Foundation, CEED, Startland News merge, receive $1M donation

Increasing its ongoing support of entrepreneurs, Affinity Worldwide has donated $1 million to the (KCSF), a nonprofit championing and connecting the local startup ecosystem. Kansas City Startup Foundation As part of the donation, Kansas City-based Affinity is also donating ownership of the Center for Entrepreneurial Ecosystem Development (CEED) - the parent organization of Startland News - to the foundation.


Urban Core Taste Test

Order Up | Paleterias Tropicana's Paletas

Order Up | Paleterias Tropicana's Paletas


New Hope For Kansas City Royals

Catcher Cam Gallagher shines in Royals debut

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Jake Junis had great stuff in the Royals 9-1 win over Seattle on Sunday. Paired with his Omaha batterymate Cam Gallagher, Junis tossed a career best 7 strikeouts in 8 innings of work. It was Gallagher's MLB debut. Both he and Junis were drafted together and have come through the Royals pipeline.


Midtown Kansas City Glory Days

South Hyde Park block once had a grocery store

The block of South Hyde Park bounded by Holmes, Kenwood, 41 st and 42 nd is now composed of mostly single-family bungalows. But from the 1920s to the 1940s, the block also held a grocery store and was home to the Meiners grocery family.


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

6 Comments:

Anonymous said...

I remember that store. I met someone there and lets say I kept him.

From,
The Ghost of Bob Berdella.

Anonymous said...


Miranda's hot butt makes up for the close-up pic of that dude.

Flaunt it, girl!

Anonymous said...

Miranda. World class gal. What makes fags queer?

Anonymous said...

Yes Troy I looked up, down and all around at the tax abatement giveaways that my sorry azz has to pay for, but be proud of your self for such a great job making you and the bullhorn enough retirement money to support your grandchildrens future. You guys could at least use some vasoline on your future broke ass citizens

Anonymous said...

TOP PHOTO -- WHASSUP?

During a gig for Anheuser-Busch, Miranda says, "This butt's for you!!!"


......and her Busch ain't bad either!

Anonymous said...

^TPG....rocks!