Monday, September 11, 2017

The Kansas City Monday Night Link List



I don't care if Lindsay hotness is unrecognizable. She's still one of my favorite "Mean Girls" and inspiration for this compilation of Kansas City Links. Checkit:

Kansas City Deals With Doggie Devastation

KC Pet Project says four-legged Irma refugees' care is costly

The owners fled their farm with their 30 dogs in a flatbed trailer. KC Pet Project is helping them care for a few of those pets until they can return home.


Cowtown Wedding Sinking Feeling

Loose Park proposal falls through the cracks

Dating for four years, Kansas City couple Seth Dixon and Ruth Salas were ready to take the plunge into marriage. They just never anticipated having to literally go diving for the engagement ring. Video courtesy of Staci Dabney Photography.


Urban Core Job Plans

Prospect to prosperity: Blue Hills boosting neighborhood entrepreneurs

Economic development along Prospect Avenue requires a chain reaction across the community, Edgar Palacios said. "People need jobs to afford homes, so we need to create those jobs. We need to create some catalysts in this community," said Palacios, Blue Hills Community Services executive director.


Rock Chalk 2nd Amendment Price Tag

New Kansas Gun Law Means Extra Bucks For Overland Park Police At KU Games

When you go to a University of Kansas football game this year, you'll notice some old things and some new things. The old: KU seems to be heading toward another bad season. The Jayhawks were pounded Saturday by Central Michigan 45-27.


Chiefs Winning Glow Reporting

Patriots replacing field turf after losing first regular-season game to Chiefs

Kansas City Chiefs running back Kareem Hunt (27) eludes New England Patriots defensive end Cassius Marsh (55) as he runs for a touchdown after catching a pass from Alex Smith during the second half of an NFL football game, Thursday, Sept. 7, 2017. (AP)


Kansas City Hipster Help, Too

Benefits for Cultivate KC and hurricane Harvey, Festival of the Lost Township and other food and drink events this week

April Fleming Tuesday, September 12: Visit Boru Ramen (500 West 75th Street) today between 3 p.m. and midnight and your drink orders will benefit victims of hurricane Harvey in Texas. Half of all drink proceeds tonight go to the J.J. Watt Foundation, and Boru and Summit Grill owners Andy Lock and Domhnall Molloy will match all funds raised.


Local Lady Rage Writing

Kansas Author's 'Punch' List For The Annoying Co-Workers Among Us

Overland Park writer Jen Mann was inspired to create her People I Want to Punch in the Throat blog by, well, all the people she wants to punch in the throat. Today, we speak with the New York Times best-selling author about the latest installment in her snarky series, and about the people she's worked with who almost - almost!


And this is the OPEN THREAD for tonight . . .

5 Comments:

Anonymous said...

I AM a human being on this planet and I have not seen Mean Girls... LOL guess I'm a little out of the loop

Anonymous said...

^^^ Count yourself among the lucky!

Byron Funkhouser said...

Thanks to PBS, I can watch English Television.

Anonymous said...


So, this Lindsay Lohan, she used to be somebody, didn't she?
Wasn't she one of the Boobie Babes on Baywatch, or one of the Fatassians or something?

Anonymous said...

The English wouldn't have your hateful ass Byron.