Friday, December 01, 2017

The Kansas City Friday Night Links



Here's a local news link update for tonight posted about 8PM but then pushed down because there's a lot of news to gaze upon this evening along with admiration of hottie Isabeli and her body of work.

Take a peek:

Kansas City Soon To Make More Sammiches

City Plan Commission paves way for legalization of sandwich board signs

By Paul Thompson According to Kansas City guidelines, sidewalk signs - also called sandwich or A-frame signs - have until now been considered illegal. More specifically, the city ordinance related to sandwich signs indicates that they "are not currently identified as signs permitted in the right-of-way."


Toxic Kansas City Metro & More

This new report maps every hazardous military waste site in Kansas and Missouri

The Environmental Protection Agency estimates there are 40 million acres of land contaminated by military installations and its contractors in the U.S. - an area larger than Florida. In Kansas and Missouri, there are 200 hazardous military installations - most with multiple hazardous sites - according to an explosive new series by ProPublica, " Bombs in Our Backyard."


Celebrate Southland Doggie Rescue

Two dogs rescued from South KC home after nonprofit finds them with chains embedded in their necks

Warning: The video above may be difficult for some to watch. RAYTOWN, Mo. -- Photos shared by pet lovers in the metro show two dogs with chains embedded in their necks -- the products of abuse and neglect the dogs may have endured for months.


Kansas City Sinking Feeling Flick

'Titanic' sailing back into Kansas City on Friday

Paramount Pictures SOURCE: Paramount Pictures Twenty years after Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet fell in love on that doomed ship, "Titanic" is sailing back into theaters in Kansas City and across the country starting on Friday. Dolby Laboratories, Paramount Pictures and AMC Theaters said Wednesday a re-mastered version of the James Cameron film will be shown at select AMC locations nationwide starting Friday.


Creative Class Help Wanted

Kemper Museum Of Contemporary Art Will Search For A New Executive Director

Barbara O'Brien, who had served as executive director of the Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art, for more than five years, left the museum on November 3, according to a statement posted on the Kemper's website. "We are grateful to Barbara for her many years of service at the Kemper," Mary Kemper Wolf, chairman of the museum's board of trustees, said in the statement.


Kansas City Glory Days Well-Remembered

Royals third baseman Mike Moustakas named the AL Comeback Player of the Year

Don't call it a comeback. Well, Ok, it was. Kansas City Royals third baseman Mike Moustakas was named the American League Comeback Player of the Year, Major League Baseball announced Friday. The Comeback Player of the Year Awards are officially sanctioned by MLB and presented annually to one player in each league who has re-emerged on the field.


Final Kansas City Homecoming

Marine killed in WWII is brought home to Kansas City

On Friday, a group of local motorcyclists formed an honor guard to escort the remains of a man killed fighting for his country more than 70 years ago. First Class Donald Tolson was a marine during World War II. He was killed during the war in the Pacific, but his remains were only recently recovered and identified.


And this is the OPEN THREAD for tonight . . .

2 Comments:

Bowtied Silverback said...

comeback player of the year who wont be coming back to this shithole

Anonymous said...

^^^ LULZ!