Wednesday, November 22, 2017

The Kansas City Wednesday Smart Links



Quick peek at the midday with the help of hottie August. Take a look:

Downtown Kansas City Tax Break Workout

$30M YMCA project is a 'game changer' for downtown Kansas City - Kansas City Business Journal

The Missouri Development Finance Board's unanimous approval of a tax credit application for the project means the YMCA will be able to raise up to $8 million from donors who can then claim a 50 percent tax credit for contributing to the project.


Golden Ghetto Booze Suspects

2 men sought in 2 Overland Park liquor store robberies

Overland Park police are hoping to identify two men wanted on suspicion of robbery at two liquor stores. Police said the robberies were reported in the 7000 block of West 83rd Street and in the 10300 block of Mastin Street. Both robberies happened within minutes of each other, police said.


Meth Town Dude Suspect Targets Veterans

Independence PD search for man who stole $800 bronze plaque from veteran's headstone

The employee says a white man on a bike pried the plaque from the headstone and put it in his backpack. (Independence PD) The employee says he later saw the suspect give the backpack to another white man sitting in a Ford Taurus. (Independence PD)


Greater Kansas City Biz Class Party Pix

See who celebrated KC's success at chamber dinner [PHOTOS] - Kansas City Business Journal

The Greater Kansas City Chamber of Commerce's annual dinner gathered the area's top business, civic and government leaders to look back at a year of accomplishments, ahead to new leadership and anoint a new Kansas Citian of the Year.


Sound Of Kansas City Legacy

How Got What U Like Records became a cultural beacon in south Kansas City

Photo by Aaron Rhodes Mark Harper was a child when he dug his first crate, rifling his older brother's vinyl collection. His brother, who is 10 years his senior, had moved out, but he often invited Harper over to hang out on the weekends.


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

3 Comments:

Anonymous said...

TOP PHOTO -- AMES HIGH

Barista serves up overflowing cups!!!

Anonymous said...

They tore down the old ymca downtown because of low numbers of people going there, and the bums hanging out didn’t help. what makes them think it will improve now?

Anonymous said...

they're going to have rooms for the homeless.