Wednesday, September 20, 2017

The Kansas City Midweek Early Morning



We start the morning with international modeling hottie Sophie as we attempt to become more worldly by trying to understand our local news scene first.

Take a look:

Documenting The Cowtown Commute

Metro Miles: A Day on the #11 bus

On the morning of Saturday, September 16, a small group of Northeast residents from the Indian Mound neighborhood gathered together for a trip on #11 Northeast bus route to the Boulevard Brewery Beer Hall. Sensing an opportunity to write about public transportation in Kansas City, I shamelessly invited myself along for the ride.


Tribute After Tragedy

Alex Castillo, Boost Mobile worker who was gunned down, mourned by those who knew him

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Charmine Jay first met Alex Castillo while working at the Family Dollar at the Longview Square Shopping Center "He was in my store every day, two to three times a day, very friendly guy just nice all around good character," Jay said.


Survivor Story In KC

Even the brutality of the Nazis couldn't turn this woman into a hater

Holocaust survivor Sonia Warshawski of Overland Park says, "I shall never forget. I shall never forgive, but I will never hate," as she tells inmates at the Topeka Correctional Facility about being held in Nazi concentration camps during World War II.


Season Of Vigils Cont'd

Retracing his final steps, family and friends remember Van Horn student shot, hold balloon release

INDEPENDENCE, Mo. -- Tuesday marked one year since a Van Horn High School student was shot and killed walking home from school. Family and friends of Javon Reilly met at the school and walked the route Javon took home each day.


East Crossroads Creative Class Lesson

Video: Hammerspace fueling maker community through supportive network

Since its launch in 2011, Hammerspace has served as a community space for hundreds of Kansas Citians. Unlike coworking spaces with traditional desks and chairs, Hammerspace gives members access to lasers, 3-D printers, sewing stations, radio components, and equipment for welding, sculpting, woodworking and other art forms. In April, Hammerspace moved out of its Brookside neighborhood location, where it resided for nearly six years.


Kansas City Pet Precautions

Six common dog and cat ailments and how much you could save with preventative care

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Keeping your four-legged family members healthy can be a challenge and costly but preventing some common health issues could save your family money and keep your pets well. Pet insurance provider Nationwide recently released a list of six common and preventable ailments.


Hope For The Kansas City Off-Season

Drive Earns Whit Merrifield A Spot On Royals' Roster

On the brink of being eliminated from the American League wild card race, questions concerning the Kansas City Royals turn to next year. Who's coming back? And which player will lead the team? Royals fans have a good idea by now about the leadership qualities of one player in particular, Whit Merrifield, for next year.


Zedd, Liam Payne - Get Low is the song of the day and this is the OPEN THREAD for right now . . .

3 Comments:

Anonymous said...

Another "Holocau$t Survivor". Do Jews actually think that intelligent people still buy into this debate-controlling horseshit ? There has never been a single MICROBE of physical evidence of homicidal gas chambers. Some brave researchers have even tested the the toxicity of Zyklon B, the alleged killing agent, under controlled conditions--no one died. No other narrative more demonstrates Jewish hatred for whites and anti-communists than this, the hoax of the twentieth century.I wonder how much this shameless old attention-seeking old Jew gets paid to perpetuate this toxic myth.

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Northeast Residents Ride Local Bus

Wow, that's a real hard-hitting piece! Way to go Citizen Kane.