Monday, October 16, 2017

The Kansas City Monday Night Look



Right now Hottie Alice inspires our glimpse at some of the top links worthy a peek for tonight . . .

Kansas City Park High Place

KCMO Parks Director elected president of national organization

Kansas City, Missouri Parks and Recreation Director Mark McHenry was elected in September as president of the American Academy for Park and Recreation Administration (AAPRA). KCMO Parks and Recreation made the announcement in a October 16 media release. McHenry began working at Parks and Rec in 1974.


Mayor Sly Talks Party Line

Sly James discusses Democratic Party priorities in Des Moines

"We spend too much time talking and not enough time doing." - Kansas City Mayor Sly James speaks to Melinda Henneberger at the Democratic Party's "Winning Back the Heartland" seminar Oct. 13.


Rock Chalk Confrontation
Police on scene of standoff in Lawrence
Everybody For Guv

18 and counting: Kansas governor's race draws record field

TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) - Kansas has a record number of candidates for the early stages of a 2018 governor's race with even high school students joining the elected officials and prominent business figures voters would normally expect. Eighteen candidates - 11 Republicans, six Democrats and an independent - have appointed treasurers or committees for a campaign next year, a requirement to raise money.


Show-Me Football Rejection

St. Louis-area VFW stops showing NFL games

A suburban St. Louis Veterans of Foreign Wars post has stopped showing NFL games because members feel players are disrespecting the flag. Post 2866 in St. Charles made the decision during a meeting last week.


Former First Responder Creative

Former Kansas City firefighter creates works of art without sight

A local firefighter is making the most of his retirement, and what he's decided to do with it, many would call next to impossible. Robert Sapp was a Kansas City firefighter for more than a decade until an accident nearly 30 years ago forced him out of the job he misses to this day.


Prison Postscript Testimony

Man set free after 23 years in prison: "No one should go through something like that"

Lamonte McIntyre has been free for about 48 years and he's sitting down and discussing not only the case that sent him to prison, but cell phones and how the world has changed. McIntyre was just 17 years old when he was arrested.


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

2 Comments:

Anonymous said...

TOP PHOTO -- Equal Rights Amendment


The Right To Bare Arms And The Breasts That Hang Between Them!!!

Anonymous said...

Is anyone else as amused as I am about Ol' Slick saying that the Democrats need to "listen to their Constituents"?

I guess this is a case of the Pot calling the Shovel a Spade, right?