Friday, November 03, 2017

Kansas City Friday Clock Watcher Links



Hottie Lucy and her "body acceptance" modeling work inspires this collection of the top Kansas City news right now . . .

Sound Of Kansas City Social Justice

With Their New Record, A Respected Kansas City Activist Goes Glam-Punk

It's a Saturday night at Davey's Uptown, and a white sheet is tacked on the north wall, catty-corner to the stage, a makeshift projection screen. The crowd is busy at the bar fending for the bartender's attention as the night's third band clears out.


Party District Debate Update

Proposal wants to privatize Westport sidewalks

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - The City Plan Commission will hear a proposal on privatizing Westport next week, but this one has some changes. Instead of privatizing the streets, Councilwoman Katheryn Shields is proposing to privatize just the sidewalks. The plan has the support of the Westport Strategic Partnership, a group that was created to help plan the future of the area.


Gun Shop Killing Report

Media Mum on Reason for She's-A-Pistol Mistrial - The Sentinel

On Thursday, a friend of the Sentinel alerted us to an alarming scene at the Johnson County Courthouse and predicted a mistrial for De'Anthony Wiley, on trial for the January 2015 killing of She's-A-Pistol Proprietor Jon Bieker. Today, the media have reported that a mistrial was declared but give no clue as to why.


Clean Up Kansas City Conversation

Northeast Newscast Episode 32 - On future Northeast development and investigating vandalism w/ Bobbi Baker-Hughes

By Paul Thompson This week on the Northeast Newscast, Paul Thompson sits down with Northeast Kansas City Chamber of Commerce President & CEO and Independence Avenue Community Improvement District (CID) Manager Bobbi Baker-Hughes. The episode begins with a discussion of the recent vandalism on the Avenue that claimed 16 planters - and the subsequent investigation conducted by Titan Security and the Urban Street Ambassadors.


Raytown B-Ball Controversy Conclusion

Raytown School District Settles Lawsuit Filed By Former Basketball Coach

The Raytown School District board quietly approved an out-of-court settlement of a lawsuit filed by former Raytown South boys basketball coach Brad Oestreich. Though the financial terms were undisclosed, a source says the settlement didn't involve any punitive damages. The case was scheduled to go to trial next week.


Season Of Shopping Journalism

Oak Park Mall's 'cardboard box inspired' holiday pop-up is now open

Oak Park Mall wants you to shop inside the box. Its new "cardboard box inspired" pop-up retail space, Boutique in the Box, is now open on the lower level in the former Limited space, next to the Lego Store, in the mall at 11149 W. 95th St., Overland Park.


EPIC Kansas City Late Autum Pix

Fall On The Drive

Photography Blog


And this is the OPEN THREAD for the afternoon . . .

1 Comment:

Anonymous said...

Privatize the sidewalks and immediately require that the new private owner repair all of the breaks and curb problems.