Saturday, November 18, 2017

Kansas City November Saturday Look



We start Saturday with stormy weather, Lucy body acceptance hotness and more than a few Kansas City MSM links. Take a look:

Show-Me KCMO Hollywood Tax Breaks

Kansas City Offers Production Incentives Even Though State of Missouri Does Not

Kansas City, here we come. That could be the rallying cry among filmmakers who want to take advantage of the cityscapes, historic jazz scene and trendy Country Club Plaza ambiance of this town along the banks of the Missouri River.


Cruel Kansas City Power Play

KCMO non-profit that helps homeless has power shut off

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Reconciliation Services is a mainstay at 31st and Troost. Every Friday, Father Justin Mathews, executive director of the organization, caters to Kansas City's working poor and homeless. They come in for a hot meal as the nights get colder. Volunteers hustle to feed more than 400 people.


Inside The JoCo Crackdown This Week

Officials seize $75,000 in counterfeit items from Mission store

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Court documents reveal that officials found more than $75,000 in counterfeit items at a Mission, Kansas store. Johnson County Sheriff deputies raided Sue's Accessories on Nov. 9, taking the owner, So Wun Pak, into custody and seizing many items in her store.


Inner-Suburban Chase Aftermath

Independence man charged after leading police on chase, threatening officer with rifle

LEE'S SUMMIT, Mo. -- An Independence man is facing charges after threatening a Lee's Summit officer with a rifle after a police chase Friday. Richard Connely, 30, was charged in Jackson County with first-degree assault and armed criminal action, prosecutors said. Around 4:30 a.m.


Rolling In Cash

KC bus tech startup Transportant announces $11M in pre-sales

School districts across North America are on board with Transportant - to the tune of $11 million in pre-sale agreements, co-founder John Styers said. The startup, which uses video-based technology to allow students, parents and school administrators to better monitor school buses, announced the milestone - $10 million over its goal of $1 million in pre-sales - Thursday at Lean Lab's Launch[ED] Day pitch event.


Another Reason To Hate STL

Kansas City Royals Rumors: Cardinals interested in Eric Hosmer

There are plenty of teams interested in adding Eric Hosmer to their lineup this offseason. It leaves the Kansas City Royals, who are still interested in retaining the first baseman, with plenty of rivals in vying for Hosmer's signature.


Kansas City Great Expectations

Chiefs postseason tickets go on sale next week

Based on the team's current record and standing within the AFC, the Kansas City Chiefs said postseason tickets will go on sale next week. The team said in a news release that tickets for a potential AFC Wild Card or AFC Divisional home game will go on sale to the public at 10 a.m.


Paramore: Fake Happy is the song of the day and this OPEN THREAD for right now . . .

6 Comments:

Anonymous said...

Father Justice had been attempting to get the building next door demolished for years so he could gentrify. There's some irony the good father overlooked the fact that his breaker box is in the building he helped condemn.

Anonymous said...

That's awesome!

Anonymous said...

THAT girl is a sweathog.

Anonymous said...

God bless President Trumo, the Westboro Baptist Church and the entire Phelp's clan.

Anonymous said...

TOP PHOTO -- LOVESEAT

COUCH COOCHIE!!!

Anonymous said...

God bless Senator Al Frankenstein, Reverend Emmanuel Cleaver's Church, and the entire Clinton clan.