Friday, April 27, 2018

Kansas City Friday Morning Fast Look



We'll start with newsworthy hottie Demi bikini promo pix shared with the Internets and showcasing a new curvy power in the modeling universe and her preferred fashions . . .

And then . . .

Check this quick peek at all things local in the morning newscycle as journalists seemingly already plan their weekend. Read more:

Never Forget This Is A Cowtown

Cattle truck overturns early Friday on I-49 in Harrisonville

A cattle truck overturned early Friday on northbound I-49 near Commercial Street in Harrisonville. Northbound I-49 was closed. Crews were trying to round up some cows that escaped. It was not immediately clear if the driver of the truck was hurt. Authorities are diverting traffic in the area.


Setting Up Pill Dump Weekend

Area law enforcement agencies set up drop off sites for National Drug Take Back Day

The Federal Drug Enforcement Agency holds its annual spring Drug Take Back Day on Saturday. Police departments across the Kansas City metro will collect peoples' old and unused prescription medications. Overland Park police have eight locations where people can drop off medications that they no longer need.


Celebrate Classy Kansas City Development

Young Classical Musicians Welcome New Concert Home In Iconic Kansas City Office Building

The young classical musicians who train at Park University's International Center for Music have been winning national and international awards, and going on to prestigious positions. One such alum is violinist David Radzynski, concertmaster of the Israel Philharmonic, one of the youngest violinists to lead a major international orchestra.


Mapping Kansas City Measles

Number of measles cases rises to 10 in Kansas City; new exposure locations reported

KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- There are now 10 confirmed cases of the measles in Kansas City and eight more exposure locations to go along with the new cases. Three of those KC cases were students who attend schools in the Liberty School District, and another case was reported in a student from the North Kansas City School District.


Local Community Brew

East Aster Brewing hopes to heal Kansas City from the soil up

Editor's note: Startland News is continuing its "Fund Me, KC" feature to highlight area entrepreneurial efforts to accelerate businesses or projects. If you or your startup is running a crowdfunding campaign, let us know by contacting news@startlandnews.com. Today's featured campaign from Kansas City-based East Aster Brewing, which applies lessons from microbiology and microbrewing to gardening in challenging soil.


Kansas City Foodie Consideration

Restaurant review: Black Dirt, Jonathan Justus' long-awaited second act, is germinating on the South Plaza

Zach Bauman Does anything sound more frivolous than a fritter? Order one and try to stop the hard consonants from fizzing off the tip of your tongue. No other food insists so fervently on its own cuteness.


The McTavish Weekend List Is More Informed Than Your Guessing Game Or Netflix Plans

6 International Things To Do In Kansas City This Weekend

Go beyond your borders. You can do it this weekend with entertaining events whose practitioners and boosters are either from or inspire thoughts of different lands. Here's the smart play for anyone who in any way wonders what's over that seemingly faraway hill: Don't stand still. Make the crossing.


Avicii - Levels is the song of the day and this is the OPEN THREAD for right now . . .

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