Monday, November 27, 2017

Kansas City Monday Back To The Grind



AND WE'RE BACK!!!

Right now we offer tribute to Jesikah Maximus and all of the important Kansas City MSM links that are worth considering this afternoon. Take a look:

Hipster Guide For The Holidays

Holiday markets, cooking classes and more of this week's food and drink events

Courtesy of Cinder Block Brewery Monday, November 27 As noted in our updated column from last week, Rye's grand opening on the Plaza (4646 J.C. Nichols Parkway) has been moved to today. So go forth and get fried chicken, minus the drive to Leawood.


Kansas City Job Winning

Port KC CEO Collins resigns to tak JE Dunn job - Kansas City Business Journal

Michael Collins will resign as CEO of Port KC effective Jan. 2 to accept a new position with JE Dunn Construction. "I am honored and truly blessed to have served in my current role for seven years," Collins said in a release Monday.


Searching For Kansas City Justice

Mother of murdered Kansas City man seeks answers, wants justice

For Jacqueline Bass, this year's Thanksgiving dinner was particularly difficult. The large family fest included turkey, ham, macaroni and cheese, mustard greens, chitterlings and fruit salad, but there was a void. It was her son, Kendrick D. Anderson. "He would've been making us all laugh," Bass said.


More Deets On Giving Away Kansas City

Developer of Paragon Star project asks KC to give 95 acres of land to Lee's Summit to help future expansion

LEE'S SUMMIT, Mo. -- A Lee's Summit developer building a multi-million dollar soccer complex has run into a snag - some of the land needed for the project is in Kansas City. So they are offering a unique proposal. The developer of Paragon Star is asking Kansas City to give Lee's Summit 95 acres of land.


Local Gun Take Back Winning

Stolen guns recovered after foot chase with 14-year-old in Raytown

Authorities recovered stolen guns from a truck after an early morning foot chase with a 14-year-old suspect, Raytown police say. Officers were called about 5 a.m. Monday to a home in the 11000 block of East 56 Terrace after the resident's pickup truck had been stolen during the early morning hours.


Talking Cowtown History

In Cowboy Exhibit At Kansas City Public Library, Guns Are Out And High Fashion Is In

The worn-slick saddle encased in Plexiglas is not a standard fixture of the Kansas City Public Library's grand, marbled entry hall. But it's not out of place, either, considering that the stately former First National Bank building, which opened in 1886, is a monument to how cosmopolitan the cattle industry once made our town.


Football Frustration Talking Points

After third consecutive loss, Chiefs express frustration with their recent performance

KANSAS CITY,Mo. -- After the Chiefs third loss in a row Sunday, some of the team's leaders shared their thoughts with Fox 4. The Chiefs who began their season 5-0 are now 6-5. Head coach Andy Reid "That's my responsibility when the offense starts that slow. I'll go back and look at that.


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

3 Comments:

Anonymous said...


Maybe if some of the players would get up off of their knees instead of acting like they are so abused, and focus on playing the game and respect the great opportunity this country has given them, they would win some.

Anonymous said...

Michael Collins resigns from the Port Authority on January 2nd,
Shut the Port Authority down on January 3rd!

Fix this bleeding ulcer on the City Treasury, and call for the State Auditor's Office to perform a forensic audit of the last seven years of the Authority's actions so that criminal charges can be filed.

The conspiracy between The Authority and Dunn is obvious, so let's get going on Prison Time!

Anonymous said...

TOP PHOTO -- PULL MY DIPSTICK

When Jesikah pulled in and said she had no money, I offered to fill her up for free!!!