Thursday, October 26, 2017

THE KANSAS CITY NEWS LINK VARIETY



Hottie Courtney and her old school former beau in their better times inspires this quick glimpse at a variety of Kansas City MSM links. Take a peek:

Vandals Attack Historic Northeast

Sixteen Independence Avenue planters destroyed

By Paul Thompson Northeast News More than a dozen planters along Independence Avenue were destroyed in an early-morning vandalism spree on Saturday, October 21. Since then, the Independence Avenue Community Improvement District (CID) has identified as least one suspect involved with the incident.


Show-Me Politico Chatter

Candidate Forum: Cierpiot, Shields, Turk Face Off in Missouri Senate District 8

There are only a few legislative races this November, but one of the most dynamic-and expensive-is taking place in eastern Jackson County. The Majority Floor Leader of the Missouri House Mike Cierpiot was considered a likely choice to succeed fellow Republican Will Kraus, who resigned to take a state job.


Noob Now Runs Kansas City Biz Club

Entrepreneur, startup advocate becomes new KC Chamber chair

A prominent Kansas City entrepreneur with some serious startup chops is now serving as the new chair of the Greater Kansas City Chamber of Commerce. Matt Condon, CEO of Bardavon Health Innovations and ARC Physical Therapy, was unanimously voted to serve at the helm of the chamber's board of directors as its chairman.


Inner Suburban Police Search

Blue Springs police find 23-year-old wanted on involuntary manslaughter warrant

The Blue Springs Police Department has found a 23-year-old man who had an involuntary manslaughter warrant out for his arrest.


The Sound Of Kansas City Jazz FAIL

Kansas City Council Approves Review Of American Jazz Museum Management And Assets

The Kansas City Council's finance and governance committee on Wednesday approved a proposal for the city manager to take a closer look at the assets and management of the American Jazz Museum. The ordinance also requests a $250,000 boost for the museum, which faces an estimated $1 million shortfall.


Old School KC Shopping Mall Redux

Former Dillard's is turned into Ward Parkway Restaurant Pavilion

A former Dillard's space in south Kansas City is now officially the Ward Parkway Restaurant Pavilion. It's a place that developers are calling a "one-stop shop" with restaurants and entertainment. A ribbon-cutting was held on Thursday to celebrate the official opening of the Ward Parkway Center's new Restaurant Pavilion.


Kansas City Talks Captain Kirk

William Shatner talks the joy of the uncompromised moment ahead of his one-man show at Yardley Hall Saturday

At this point in his career, actor William Shatner needs no introduction. But one can nevertheless take pleasure in recapping: We are talking about the original Captain James T. Kirk, of the USS Enterprise, and we are talking about the cop T.J. Hooker and the lawyer Denny Crane.


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

1 Comment:

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Courtney and her plastic surgeon, Dr. Melon, settled on her next size of implants!!!