Right now we celebrate Ashley hotness because we believe that locals should go big or go home. Which is how we feel about most of these Kansas City mainstream media links.
KCMO Creative Class Signage Sign-Up
By Melissa Wharton Northeast News Charlotte Street Foundation (CSF) and Missouri Bank are once again calling on local artists for the chance to display their art on the Missouri Bank Crossroads ARTBOARDS. The ARTBOARDS are two double-sided billboards that sit atop Missouri Bank at 125 Southwest Boulevard.
Kemper Arena Redux???
The renovation of the former Kemper Arena officially begins on Tuesday. Foutch Brothers LLC plans a groundbreaking ceremony Tuesday morning for what's now called Mosaic Arena. The local developer plans a $39 million conversion of the arena into a two-level youth and amateur sports facility.
Dead-Tree Accounting Transcript
The state of Missouri is indebted to counties around the state, nearly $19 million behind in payments for jailed inmates who later go to prison. Jackson County is owed $816,975, money that could provided a much-needed boost to our deteriorating jail.
Kansas City Lost & Found Effort
KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Families with a missing loved one have a new resource that might help make their world whole again. The Kansas City, Missouri Police Department and AdHoc Group Against Crime have been working together for years, but on Monday, they officially announced their partnership.
Suburban Po-Po Search
The Lenexa Police Department is asking for help to identify two suspects wanted in connection with an auto burglary, theft, and credit card fraud investigation. Police said the two men used a victim's credit card at area stores after the card was taken as part of an auto burglary.
Fear Powerless Perfect Village
A neighborhood in Prairie Village has been left in the dark repeatedly this summer. Lynn Fenstad's backyard sits right below electrical lines that she says have caused several problems this summer. She's counted four major outages and several smaller ones in the past few months. "The transformer's right over there," she said.
Artsy Downtown Switcheroo
Alexander Austin has worked on some big canvasses as one of the city's preeminent street muralists, but the new assignment he's executing in the Power & Light District is taking him to an even higher level. As in 80 feet above street level painting a mural over a half-football field long on the new 24-story Two Light apartment tower.
And this is the OPEN THREAD for right now . . .