Tuesday, August 29, 2017

The Kansas City Tuesday Link Pool



Right now Sara Jean hotness reminds us that the Internets that glam models can also be "outdoorsy" as we check all of these Kansas City local links . . .

Kansas City Pain @ The Pump

Harvey impacting gas prices in Kansas City

Kansas City, MO - Hurricane Harvey's impact is being felt at the gas pump. In the past week, prices have risen about 10 to 20 cents per gallon of gasoline across the KC Metro. Petroleum analyst Allison Mac with GasBuddy.com says the storm has affected 16 percent of the oil refining capacity in the U.S., including ExxonMobile, the nation's largest refinery.


Kansas City Rolling Trouble

Advocates frustrated by delays in bike lane projects

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Kansas City is running into some major roadblocks when it comes to making streets safer for bikers. Cyclists told 41 Action News they're frustrated by the delays of two federally-funded projects that were supposed to add bike lanes to major roads.


Show-Me Voters Crackdown Challenged

Missouri secretary of state seeking dismissal of voter ID lawsuit

Updated at 3:30 p.m. with ACLU comment - Missouri Secretary of State Jay Ashcroft filed a motion Tuesday to dismiss a lawsuit against the state's new voter ID law. In a statement, Ashcroft said the certified results of the Aug. 8 special elections in two legislative districts showed that "Missouri's photo voter ID law works."


Another Rock Chalk Contender
Businessman Joins Race for Kansas Governor
Suburban Ruckus Tuesday

Police, Hazmat crews involved in standoff at Olathe apartment complex

Olathe police and fire crews were involved in a standoff with a man at an apartment complex off of Strang Line Road Tuesday. Officers were called to The Edge at Olathe Apartment Complex around 10 a.m. Tuesday to speak with an "uncooperative individual." While officers were there, something was mentioned about a suspicious package.


The Sound Of Kansas City's Legacy

Opinion | Charlie Parker and the Meaning of Freedom

Fail on either of these dimensions, and you're a hack who is laughed off the stage. Indeed, there is a famous story of Parker himself at age 16 at a jam session in Kansas City, Mo., with older, well-known musicians.


JoPo Considers Royals FAIL 2017

The 43-Inning Scoreless Streak - Joe Blogs - Medium

It is almost impossible, when you consider the whims of modern baseball, to go 43 consecutive innings without scoring a single run. The reason is obvious: SOMEONE will hit a home run. Someone. Anyone. This year, big league hitters will bash more home runs than ever before and, as a natural result, teams are on pace to be shut out the fewest times in a decade.


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

2 Comments:

Anonymous said...

Arthur Brooks article should be carved in stone and placed at 18th and Vine!

Take down all the other horsecrap the taxpayers have paid hundreds of thousands of tax dollars for, THIS IS A TRIBUTE TO CHARLIE PARKER!

Anonymous said...

fuck the bike trails by the way just vote with an absentee ballot. don't have to how id or have it norized.