Wednesday, May 24, 2017

The Kansas City Wednesday First Look

Lucy Vixen hotness and her body acceptance via Instagram winning starts this Wednesday as we look to links just a bit closer to home . . .

Private Kansas City Party District

Kansas City considers control transfer of Westport Streets

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Some public right of ways on Pennsylvania Avenue and Westport Road may soon be governed by the Westport Community Improvement District (CID). As it stands now the city is responsible for the streets but a vacation plan in the works for months could change that.

More Kansas Criticism

Civil rights group seeks sanctions against Kansas Secretary of State

AP Images SOURCE: AP Images A civil rights group is seeking sanctions against Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach for hiding documents about his plans to change federal voting law amid a lawsuit challenging the state's proof-of-citizenship voter registration law.

Higher Tiger Prices

University of Missouri Tuition to Increase Next Fiscal Year

Tuition at the University of Missouri is going up this fall. In its monthly meeting today, the UM System Board of Curators voted to raise tuition and fees on all four system campuses. These changes will take effect at the beginning of the 2018 fiscal year, which starts July 1.

Local Tax Ripoff Allegations

Olathe woman victimized in tax scam believes company should have never hired preparer

OLATHE, Kan. -- It's been a tough couple of months for Rachel Nunez- Harrison and her husband Henry. He's fighting lung cancer and she recently lost her job, all reasons why they were counting on a nearly $4,000 tax refund to catch up on bills. But that money won't be coming any time soon.

Skipping The Chiefs Off-Season

Peters, Houston, Berry not at Chiefs' OTAs

3:34 PM ET Adam TeicherESPN Staff Writer Close Covered Chiefs for 20 seasons for Kansas City Star Joined ESPN in 2013 KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Three of the most important defensive players -- cornerback Marcus Peters, linebacker Justin Houston and safety Eric Berry - were absent Tuesday as the Kansas City Chiefs began offseason practice.

Kansas City High-Class Cooking

The Ship Charts New Waters With Food Service

Three years after it set sail in the West Bottoms, The Ship (1217 Union Avenue) has added a kitchen and dining room. The nautical-themed cocktail lounge and live music space also has a new cook: Ernie Locke, a blues harmonica player with a culinary background, who is slinging up pancakes, grilled romaine, and a muffaletta.

Kansas City Strikes Back

Royals tee off late for 6-2 win over Yankees | FOX Sports

NEW YORK - Danny Duffy noticed a flaw in his delivery a few weeks ago: His front hip was opening too soon and he was yanking pitches. "Obviously, it takes more than 30 pitches in a side session," he said. "Repetition is everything." Duffy's mechanics seemed fixed.

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Anonymous said...

If that is an example of their salad, I give them about one month.

Anonymous said...

Don't mistake the interest pictures like that garner from yuppies. Wait, I mean hipsters: the offspring of the yuppies. Yeah, not for me either. I like my salad feeding rabbits in the garden, right before I pick 'em off and eat 'em. Mmm, moar SALAD!

Anonymous said...

Seriously, that salad looks like shit. I'd send it back in a brass and fern restaurant. Let's take the least palatable chunk of lettuce we can find, throw some croutons and cheese on it, and charge you an arm and a leg for that boutique experience.

If your three year old can make a more appetizing salad, you have got issues.

Anonymous said...

^^Good to see all the social retards were able to get out and comment this afternoon. Keep up the terrible work boys.

Anonymous said...

Projection works like this. Identifying undesirable attributes in oneself, one compensates by applying these to others.

In other words, I'm sorry you're so desperately lonely. ;)