Friday, January 12, 2018

The Kansas City Friday Morning Look



We play just a bit of catch-up inspired by hottie Joey and move forward with some of the most important links for this morning . . .

McTavish Plans The Weekend

6 Loud Things To Do In Kansas City This Weekend

Huh? What's that? Come again? Carrying on a conversation this weekend might be tougher than usual, if you choose to turn up the volume with goings-on rooted in rock music, monster trucks, boisterous laughs and other forms of sonic dynamite. There's also the promise of loud costumes. Pardon?


Progressive Musical Coming Soon

'Hamilton' is coming to Kansas City; dates will be revealed this weekend

The wait is almost over. The dates of the Kansas City run for the musical phenomenon "Hamilton" will be announced Sunday, Jan. 14. Look for the details that morning on KansasCity.com and in the The Star's print edition. But then there will be more waiting.


Locals Need Gift Of Life

Post holiday blood supply in Kansas City reaches critically low level

The Community Blood Center in Kansas City is reporting a blood supply emergency. "We're asking people who maybe haven't donated for a while to come in and donate -- if you've never donated, come in and donate," said David Graham, executive director.


Kansas City Cold Liability

In KCMO, responsibility for clearing ice and snow from sidewalks falls to property owners

KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Clearing ice and snow from slippery sidewalks is every property owner's job in KCMO. Although fines for a treacherous walkway can reach $100, city officials say it's usually handled with a reminder. "We don't have inspectors who go around looking for sidewalks," said Chris Hernandez, the city's communications director.


Kansas City Can't Drive

Car fire early Friday slows westbound I-435 near Holmes Road

A car fire early Friday slowed traffic on I-435 near Holmes Road. Emergency crews were called about 6:45 a.m. to the area. Initially, two lanes of traffic were blocked because of the emergency response. The damaged vehicle remains on the shoulder of the highway. All lanes of traffic reopened just after 7 a.m.


Kansas 'Great War' Art Debut

Kansas City's National World War I Museum To Open New Gallery With Monumental Painting

The National World War I Museum and Memorial on Friday announced a big debut for its $5 million Wylie Gallery. The new 3,500-square-foot space inside the museum, set to open on February 23, will feature one of the world's largest war-related paintings: John Singer Sargent's Gassed. "It's a monumental painting.


Kansas City Double QB Dilemma
Talking Football: K.C.'s Schwartz on Smith/Mahomes
Quality Control, Quavo, Nicki Minaj - She For Keeps is the song of the day and this is the OPEN THREAD for right now . . .

2 Comments:

Reality said...

The problem is not the QBs, it is the offensive line.

Anonymous said...

Woo-Hoo, "Hamilton" is coming!
Finally, a Broadway Musical that rips apart the lies of American History as it was taught and tells the TRUTH!

Washington, Jefferson, Franklin, Madison, and all those other old white men on our currency were in reality BLACK RAPPERS!