Once again, Candice inspires our early morning and here are some of the top links to start the day . . .
Kansas City Hipster Calendar
Concerts on the way: Katy Perry, the Weeknd, Lady Antebellum, Ben Folds, Alison Krauss and David Gray, Perfume Genius and Tank and the Bangas
April Fleming Pop star Katy Perry has been on an occasionally bizarre publicity tear in the last week promoting her new album, Witness. In addition to what has felt like a nonstop stream of content from her Twitter account, she announced that she would be adding more dates to her current tour, including a stop at the Sprint Center on Friday, October 27.
Kansas City Eternal Tribute
"Taps at the Tower" returns to the Liberty Memorial for the fourth year beginning Sunday. For seven days through June 24, a lone bugler will play taps at sunset, about 8:45 p.m., on the deck of the National World War I Museum and Memorial.
KCK Church Continues Mission
KANSAS CITY, Kan. -- Just days after vandals cause more than $74,000 in damage to a KCK church, the congregation rallied together. The church's food pantry was destroyed, but members are continuing with the church's monthly food drive. Despite the significant damage, more than 100 families will be able to get fresh fruit, vegetables, and other groceries here at the youth center.
Rock Science Dilemma
In 2001, Terrie Huntington's younger sister began showing symptoms of dementia. She was 48 years old and was a funeral director in Clearwater, Kansas. She started having trouble figuring out the numbers on her computer keyboard. "She also had other diseases, fibromyalgia and arthritis, and was taking medication and she thought, 'Perhaps I'm not taking the right medication, it's making me forgetful,'" Huntington says.
Time For Kansas City Sports Talker Hype
It was a continuation of a suddenly very awake offense.
Green Day - Revolution Radio is the song of the day and this is the OPEN THREAD for right now . . .