Monday, August 07, 2017

The Kansas City Monday Night Link Layout

Hottie Elsa inspires this glimpse at some of the top Kansas City MSM links for tonight. Take a look:

Lesson In Corporate PR

Burns & McDonnell's KCI team promotes KC school program - Kansas City Business Journal

If Burns & McDonnell's KCI proposal is selected by the city and voters approve the terminal project in November, the firm will hire the first 10 graduates of a new Kansas City Public Schools' program and put them to work on the single-terminal project.

More Cash For Kansas City Justice

Reward increased for information about woman murdered in Kansas City park

The Kansas City Police Department and the Greater KC Crime Stoppers TIPS Hotline are asking for help in identifying the people responsible for the murder of a woman found at a metro park.

Another Kansas City Sellout

New Kemper Arena owners auction off memorabilia

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - A piece of history could be yours for a price. The new owners of Kemper are auctioning off some precious memorabilia - including the hardwood floor of the Kansas City Kings, the Big 8 Basketball games, Kansas City Blades, concerts, suite boxes and more.

Cowtown Medical History Crumbles

First Black Hospital In Kansas City Is Now On Life Support

Vacant since 1972, the first black-owned hospital in Kansas City - where black doctors and nurses could practice medicine and receive advanced clinical training - sits decaying under 45 years of neglect. Once a triumph of community-wide cooperation, the Wheatley-Provident Hospital remains on the city's dangerous buildings list for an eighth year.

Local Biz Cash Back

KC businessman pledges $1 million from his company to help entrepreneurs

A successful Kansas City businessman who believes in giving a helping hand to other entrepreneurs has pledged that his company will give $1 million over five years to the Kansas City Startup Foundation. Mike Wrenn, CEO of Affinity Worldwide, says he believes successful business leaders "should help those just starting, because none of us who are successful started at the top."

Pitch Binges On Foodie Coverage

An edible cookie dough shop is coming to south KC, Bluestem is hosting a Boulevard beer dinner, Fat Tire's Tour de Fat is Saturday, and more: your food and drink events, August 7-13

April Fleming Tuesday, August 8 Few do it better than the chefs at Bluestem (900 Westport Road), and it feels a bit like gilding the lily to add some of Boulevard Brewing Company's best limited release beers to the mix, but that's what tonight's specialty dinner is all about.

Kansas City Forecast This Week

Showers, thunderstorms possible starting Wednesday

Fog likely Tuesday morning

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


Anonymous said...

I would like to get on Elsa

Anonymous said...

TOP PHOTO - With A Bullet Rising

"Blood Red American Summer" (2017)

Set on the last day of school in 2017, first year Kansas City teacher Elsa is forced to dive for cover as school staff try to complete their unfinished business before the day ends, and avoid being shot.

Rated (R) for profanity and extreme violence

Anonymous said...

That's funny right there! But true!

Anonymous said...

Was Queen Of The World the first Black hospital in Kansas City? Just asking.

Anonymous said...

Tear it down! The only history this town is interested in is how many blacks will shoot them selves this year! C'mon new record!!!!

Anonymous said...

First Black Hospital In Kansas City Is Now On Life Support... hate to see these kinds of headlines. With all the purported "successful" and "affluent" Black people we have in Kansas City, it's a shame they'd rather spend their money frivolously on cars that depreciate as soon as you drive them off the lot and the like while at the same time claiming to promote the Black Agenda (if there is such a thing) or taking a pro-Black stance. I know this situation is not unique to any urban area but I wish it was.