Hottie Kate remembers Baywatch and all the worthwhile Kansas City news links this afternoon . . .
More Kansas City Old School
People generally get their history lessons from a book or movie, not from a vending machine. Today, we learn about a novel way to put historical photos of
In Gear For School Year
KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- The Kansas City Public School Foundation is getting ready to help students start the new school year on the right foot. Summerfest 2017 is the region's largest back-to-school event offering families support as they prepare for the new school year.
Sunflower State Spying
Kansas has unveiled a new driver's license design meant to comply with federal identification requirements for airport security purposes. The new licenses will contain either a gold circle with a white star cutout proving the holder is lawfully in the U.S. and that it is acceptable federal identification, or the words "not for federal ID."
Kansas City Lesson In Hand-Me-Downs
KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- The first day of school will soon be here and many kids from low income families can't afford new school clothes, so the City Union Mission is stepping into help by giving away two school uniforms to 400 kids from low-income families.
Show-Me Freebie Weekend
COLUMBIA - As local businesses pack up their outdoor displays and move back inside after the Dog Days Sidewalk Sale, they prepare for another event that will take place this weekend throughout the state. The back-to-school sales tax holiday will begin at 12:01 a.m.
Data-Driven Dead-Tree Whatever
Four people in the Kansas City Police Department made more money than former Police Chief Darryl Forté in 2016, according to records provided by the department through a sunshine request. Forté, who resigned in May, was paid $189,619 in gross wages last year. But Maj.
Celebrate Artsy Periodical
To call The Hand a mere magazine confuses the publication - now four years, 17 years and several hundred artists into its run - with one that doesn't include a handy glossary. What its founders, photographer and teacher Adam Finkelston and printmaker James Meara (above), call a "magazine for reproduction-based art" is itself an art object.
And this is the OPEN THREAD for right now . . .