Thursday, August 31, 2017

The Kansas City #TBT Early Start



This morning we start our blogging journey with classic Candice and a peek at some of the top news links to start the day. Take a peek:

Kansas City 1st Responder Helping Hand

Kansas City firefighters, rescue boats heading to Texas for Hurricane Harvey relief

The Kansas City Fire Department is accustomed to answering calls. But this one came all the way from Texas. 20 firefighters from KCFD along with the Central Jackson County Fire District are packing for high water. "We're taking 2 of our air boats, 3 flat-bottom John boats, and Zodiac boats," said KCFD Rescue Division Battalion Chief Larry Young.


Kansas City Newsie Close Call

FOX 4 crew witnesses driver crash in East KC and flee the scene

KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Just after 6 p.m. on Wednesday, FOX 4's Robert Townsend and his photographer, Jerry Paauwe were in the area of East 19th and Topping to check out a potential story, when they stumbled on a bizarre car crash.


Lesson In Northeast Relocation

Kansas City Museum's new space now open to the public

The Kansas City Museum at the Historic Garment District (KCM@HGD) is now open to the public, and for the time being admission is free. The first exhibit on display in the space is Inspired Quilts, which features five quilts and an art installation that aim to highlight artistic and cultural value of each piece.


Tragic Local Death Note Or Lack Thereof

Metro family says weeks passed without knowing their loved one had died, leaving them outraged

KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- A metro family is outraged after being notified more than seven weeks after their loved one passed away. Now the family says the detectives and medical examiner's officer were negligent when it came to notifying next of kin.


The Losing Season Cont'd

Tampa Bay Rays 5, Kansas City Royals 3

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) - Logan Morrison, Steven Souza Jr. and Adeiny Hechavarria each went deep and the Tampa Bay Rays beat the Kansas City Royals 5-3 on Wednesday night for their latest series victory. The Rays took two out of three and have won three consecutive series.


Earta Kitt - C'est Si Bon is the #TBT song of the day because we're classy like that and this is the OPEN THREAD for right now . . .

5 Comments:

Anonymous said...

So the KC Museum opens downtown with a quilting exhibit and it's FREE.
How in downtown financially sustainable with it becoming a residential area and with the streetcar and all the other "free" stuff?
If you're a KCMO resident, just keep those special assessments, sales and property taxes, e-tax, skyrocketing utility bills, and all the rest coming!
These millenial and tourist amusement parks don't come cheap!

Anonymous said...

"'He had been found unresponsive at 22nd and Truman Road, in an alleyway between a convenience store and a building,' Sandy Kilkenny, Orman Enke’s ex-wife, said."

So where do Truman and 22nd intersect?

Anonymous said...

"Firemen score even more overtime in Texas. Tax payers foot the bills"

Anonymous said...

^^Well how about you take your fat, lazy ass down there and do some good. How about that? That's what I pay taxes for. I don't mind them going, but then again, I'm not a worthless piece of shit like you so there's that.....

Anonymous said...

Ya. Candice is hot. But Tony can't you give us a local girl for a change. Like Charisse Taylor?

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