Thursday, June 08, 2017

The Kansas City Afternoon Link Look

Hottie Jess might be our favorite Internets superstar of all time and just a bit of tribute to her booty body of work starts this afternoon link consideration.


Kansas City Booze Renaissance

Boulevard Brewing plans $10 million expansion in Kansas City

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) - Boulevard Brewing Co. is planning a $10 million expansion in Kansas City. The company has broken ground on a canning structure that will be adjacent to its brewery. The canning line will be capable of filling 350 12-ounce cans per minute.

Today's Police Runaround

Police pursuit with possible homicide suspect that started in KCMO ends in rollover crash in KCK

KANSAS CITY, Kan. -- Darin Snapp with the Kansas City Police Department tells FOX 4 that a police pursuit that began in Kansas City, Mo., ended in a rollover crash in Kansas City, Kan., Thursday afternoon. Police were pursuing a homicide suspect, but would not yet confirm which homicide.

Parking Wars Hit Downtown KCMO

Kansas City says it needs to charge higher event parking fees

Kansas City intends to raise the event parking price it charges in the city-owned Auditorium Garage under Barney Allis Plaza, starting July 1. The city's Convention Management Advisory Authority on Wednesday recommended an increase in the flat event fee from $8 to $10 for the prime garage serving the Kansas City Convention Center and Municipal Auditorium complex.

Runaround In The Stix

Deputy knocked to ground, patrol car rammed while investigating suspicious car

A Clay County deputy was knocked to the ground and his patrol car was rammed while investigating a report of a suspicious car Thursday morning, the Sheriff's Office said. Authorities said the deputy was investigating a report of a suspicious vehicle/possible drug activity in the Walmart parking lot at Missouri 152 and Church Road.

Northeast Volunteer Interview
Northeast Newscast Episode 13 - Talking Kansas City with Northeast-based advocate Manny Abarca
Show-Me Hockey League Team Up

Mavericks sign affiliation with a new NHL team - Kansas City Business Journal

The Calgary Flames now have a direct connection to the Kansas City area after signing an affiliation agreement with the Kansas City Mavericks professional hockey team. The Mavericks previously were affiliated with the New York Islanders, but the National Hockey League team announced in May that it didn't renew the agreement.

Old School Kansas City Good Life

Partying At This Midtown Kansas City Frank Lloyd Wright Home Is Like Being In 'Mad Men'

Kansas Citians have a rare opportunity to spend some time inside a home designed by Frank Lloyd Wright on Saturday. That's when the Sondern-Adler home opens to the public for an afternoon during the Roanoke Neighborhood Spring Home & Garden Tour.

And this is the OPEN THREAD for right now . . .


Anonymous said...

I would like to fuck Jess up that luscious ass.

Anonymous said...

Good luck?

Get in line?

We all have things we want and will never have.

Anonymous said...

Not enough tax, assessment money or useage fees coming in. Sorry folks, we're gonna have to jack up the parking fees.

Anonymous said...

Yes but the streetcar is free

Anonymous said...

There'd be a whole lot more money coming in if each and every "development project" didn't get tax breaks or outright subsidies from the city.
And there's be more to spend on services of actual value to the residents if so much weren't thrown away on consultants, big-time dreams, and grandiose legacy projects.
Not enough money coming in; too much being wasted going out.
Let's issue more bonds!
Credit card Christmas every day at 12th and Oak.