Wednesday, June 13, 2018

The Kansas City Midweek First Look



Check a bit of progress in the ongoing #MeToo battle for hearts & minds among the MSM elite:

Fortune: Model Kate Upton Accused Paul Marciano of Sexual Harassment. Now the Guess Co-Founder Has Left the Company

Closer to home, these news links might be even more important the local every day:

Kansas City Summer Festival Of Sound

Middle of the Map Fest | Kansas City, MO

Middle of the Map returns to Kansas City on Friday and Saturday, June 29 & 30, 2018. The 8th annual festival features 70+ bands on 10 stages over 2 days.


Meth Town Slice Of Life

Life in prison for fatal stabbing in Independence

Miranda Rice said she had gone to her mother's gravesite Monday morning to place flowers - ready to face what she anticipated this week."I was prepared to go to trial and give my testimony," said Rice, the daughter of Louise Dickey, who was killed in her Independence home on March 28, 2016.Instead, 28-year-old Cory King of Independence pleaded guilty as charged in Dickey's death - first-degree murder and armed criminal action - accepting a sentence of life in


Another Kind Of Kansas City Roundup

Police arrest suspects in Prospect Avenue assault that left woman critically hurt

Officers arrested two suspects Monday night, June 11, 2018, after a woman was critically injured in assault and another said she was stabbed in the back.


Recent KCMO Gunfight Report

One man in critical condition after being shot by masked men

KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Kansas City police are looking for two men who opened fire Monday near several homes on the east side. One man was shot and is now fighting for his life. The incident happened at 13th & Winchester, not far from Sheffield Park on the city's east side.


Celebrate Book Bin Upgrade

Mid-Continent Public Library's $113 Million Upgrade Underway

The Mid-Continent Public Library system was designed at a time when a gallon of gas cost less than 90 cents, the Beatles disbanded and the Vietnam War ended. MCPL Director Steve Potter described the 1970s conceptualization of a library as a "warehouse full of books."


Local Politicos Love New Guv

Local leaders give warm reception for new governor Mike Parson during visit to KC

KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Missouri's new governor, Mike Parson, wrapped up his first day on a nine-city listening tour across the state with a stop at Kansas City's Union Station, and while Parson made it clear he works for the entire state, he made no effort to hide his affection for all things Kansas City.


KC Soccer Fanboy Wish List

Kansas City hopes for World Cup match as FIFA prepares to elect 2026 host

FIFA will vote Wednesday to determine the host of the 2026 World Cup, a decision that could have huge implications for Kansas City. Officials are preparing to choose between Morocco and a joint North American bid to host the 2026 tournament.


Celebrate Kansas City Summer Drama

Here's What Kansas City Shakespeare Festivalgoers Need To Know About 'Much Ado'

Kansas City's annual summer ritual, the Heart of America Shakespeare Festival, is upon us. This year's production is the comedy "Much Ado About Nothing." This also means it's time for another annual ritual at KCUR: tracking down Geraldo U. Sousa, a professor of English at the University of Kansas, who has written several books on Shakespeare.


Maroon 5 - Three Little Birds is the song of the day and this is the OPEN THREAD for right now . . .

9 Comments:

DeBergerac said...

The title of the Festival Play can also be interpreted as
"Much Ado About an "O" Thing"
with the "O" being a feminine anatomical reference, but that was an appeal to the base crowds of bawdy lowlifes who actually went to the Theatre in Shakespeare's (or Oxford's, or Bacon's or Kruul-El of Antares') time, but today's audiences are far too refined and sophisticated for that sort of foolishness.

Anonymous said...

The east side tax is really helping to improve life along Prospect.

DeBergerac said...

Apologies, should have said "...SOME of today's audiences are far too refined and sophisticated...", the rest of us, well...

Anonymous said...

@7:22, so is the 9mm Parabellum cartridge.

Anonymous said...

Suspect avenue shootings and stabbing, again. Where’s sLIE, he promised all the new shiny things would stop the violence, he lied, he hasn’t done anything to help. Especially now that he doesn’t need their votes.

Anonymous said...

True..and where's Trump? He promised to end the carnage in our American cities on day one of his administration. He lied. he hasn't done anything to help. Especially now that he doesn't need their votes.

Mr, Honesty (Trust Me) said...

So the Mid Continent System and Mr. Potter want to change the concept of a Library from a "warehouse full of books".

Fine!

But what they've accomplished so far is to change it into a "warehouse half-full of books and half full of homeless, with a third playing Solitaire and a third looking at porn on the computers, while the final third sleeps, snoring and farting, with their shoes off"!

I don't see the improvement.

Anonymous said...

^^Thanks for your wholly worthless opinion. Now go outside!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Anonymous said...

^^ Kiss my Third Tentacle, Earthling!