Monday, May 14, 2018

Back To The Kansas City Monday Grind



AND WE'RE BACK!!!

Hottie Josie inspires this hard look at financial reality.

Biz Insider: Things are going from bad to worse at Victoria's Secret

Closer to home, here's a quick collection of some of the top links we're checking to start the work week:

Kansas City Downtown Agenda Deets

From Bluegrass to Margaritaville, Downtown has it all this week

From Bluegrass in the Bottoms to Jimmy Buffett in Margaritaville; from Peter Pan in Neverland to The Lion King at Music Hall the week ahead looks like poster for Downtown cool from Monday to Sunday, May 14-20 - including: Bluegrass in the Bottoms returns to the East Bottoms on Friday and Saturday nights with some of the hottest names in bluegrass music lighting up Knuckleheads Outdoors.


Goldne Ghetto Burns This Morning

Crews battle two alarm apt. fire in Overland Park

OVERLAND PARK, Kan. - Fire and rescue crews from Overland Park and Leawood battled a two-alarm apartment fire at the Springhill Apartments at 8819 W. 121st Terrace. Crews were called to the scene just after 4:20 Monday morning.


Kansas City Lady Good Deeds

Blisters for Sisters reveals a global sisterhood in Kansas City

GSR Today - Kansas City's annual Blisters for Sisters celebrates sisters and raises a little money for the Serra Club. From the 174 sisters in attendance at this year's walk/run and more, I encountered sisters from around the world - a microcosm of religious life today.


Arguing No Fun In Kansas

Capitol Insider podcast: Lawmakers make case for dog and horse racing in Kansas

Two Kansas lawmakers say opponents to horse and dog racing in Kansas resort to "scare tactics" in the debate over gambling legislation.Rep. Adam Lusker, D-Frontenac, and Sen. Steve Fitzgerald, R-Leavenworth, discuss the possibility of changing state law to resurrect horse and dog racing for the latest episode of Capitol Insider, a podcast from The Topeka Capital-Journal that explores people and issues in state government.


Show-Me Weekend Jail Riot

Riot reported at the Crossroads Corrections Center

Inmates refused to leave the dining hall.


Home Team Heartbreak Cont'd

Duffy tagged for nine runs in Royals' 11-2 loss to Indians

CLEVELAND - Corey Kluber became the American League's first six-game winner and the Cleveland Indians beat the Kansas City Royals 11-2 on Sunday. The reigning Cy Young Award winner gave up two unearned runs in seven innings, scattering eight hits. Kluber (6-2) was backed by four hits from Yan Gomes, including a three-run homer.


Local Weather This Week

First Alert: Thunderstorms possible Monday evening

Hide Transcript Show Transcript WEBVTT TODAY, IF YOU HAD A BE OUTSIDE IT WAS HOT. HOTTEST DAY OF THE YEAR. 90 DEGREES AND IT WAS HUMID. HEAT INDEX WE HAD TO DEAL WITH IN THE MIDDLE OF THE 90'S. STILL FEELS LIKE IT IS IN THE MIDDLE 90'S.


Selena Gomez - Back To You is the song of the day and this is the OPEN THREAD for right now . . .

6 Comments:

Anonymous said...

OH NO! The girls are going to have to start buying panties at WalMart! Victoria Secret in serious financial trouble. Granny Panties will be back on store shelves. These poor little girls!

Anonymous said...

TOP PHOTO -- BENCH-WARMER

As Tony makes a coffee run, a blog intern holds his seat!!!

Anonymous said...

Anyone under 50 going to Buffett concerts is weird.

Anonymous said...

Anyone passing judgment on what other people enjoy is a fucking LOSER

Anonymous said...

I love the warm weather. I should've been born a Guatemalan or Mexican.

Anonymous said...

Mothers Day revolt at the prison.