Thursday, October 05, 2017

The Kansas City Thursday Morning Smile



The news might not always be good but hottie Kelly still inspires morning cheer and this early Kansas City news link compilation. Take a peek:

Kansas City Survivor's Story

Kansas City man scrambled to stay safe in Las Vegas Sunday night

He was next door to the shooting when chaos erupted.


Downtown Luxury Hype Redux

Roaster's Block hosts grand opening with tour for former Folgers employees

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Roaster's Block is officially open. After a $35 million renovation, there are 146 brand new luxury apartment buildings where the old Folgers plant used to be. "You want to renovate. You want to repurpose.


Deadly KCK Crash Aftermath

Police: Driver ran red light in crash that killed one, injured two

Kansas City, KS police are investigating a deadly crash. The wreck, killing one and injuring two, happened at 5th Street and Washington. Investigators say the driver of an SUV was speeding southbound on 5th Street. Another driver in a car was traveling westbound on 5th Street.


Kansas City Candlelight Tribute

Metro church-members gather to pray for victims of Las Vegas shooting and their families

OVERLAND PARK, Kan. -- Church members devoted Wednesday night as a special time to pray for victims killed in a mass shooting. The touching service took place at Unity Church where the congregation united to remember everyone affected by the Las Vegas massacre.


Meet The Future Of Kansas City Jazz

KCUR's Band Of The Week: The Sextet

The Sextet is a jazz group led by bassist Robert Castillo, with saxophonist Max Levy, trumpeter Teddy Krulewich, trombonist Trevor Turla, guitarist Peter Marten and drummer Fritz Hutchison. Their penchant for soulful grooves and elements of funk will appeal to fans of like-minded Kansas City jazz groups like the Project H and Eddie Moore and the Outer Circle.


Fanboy Reflections

Chiefs road trip report: Arrowhead magic

All right, I've got a confession to make. And when I do it, I'm going to lose some of you. I'll do my best to accept this, because I believe honesty is the best policy. Ready? Here goes... Arrowhead never quite lived up to the hype for me in the past.


Kansas City Tasty Treat

Tap List | Bizz & Weezy Creates Beer Caramel

Beer never tasted so sweet. Self-taught confectioner Jonathan Pitcher, who opened Bizz & Weezy Confections (1800 Baltimore) two years ago, has begun crafting and selling bite-sized, chocolate-dipped caramels ($2.25 per piece) made from local craft beer. Pitcher has made the soft, melt-in-your-mouth caramels with Double Shift's Abby Royal Belgian Dubbel, King's Vine American IPA and Literally Can't Even Belgian Strong Dark Ale.


Tom Petty And The Heartbreakers - Mary Jane's Last Dance is the #TBT song of the day and this is the OPEN THREAD for right now . . .

3 Comments:

Anonymous said...

Is a sextet like a double threesome?

Jarmoosh said...

Actually, I'm pretty sure that's correct!

Anonymous said...

Hmmm... Bass, Saxophone, Trumpet, Trombone, Guitar and Drums.
All they need is a Piano, and they could play actual Jazz!
But wait - they're all White!
Nope, not playin' no Jazz in this Town!