Friday, September 22, 2017

Kansas City Friday Midday Look

The legacy of Siri continues as we check just a few more links for the midday. Take a look:

South Kansas City Coffee Break

Community-oriented coffee shop will join Red Bridge revival - Kansas City Business Journal

Lane4 Property Group Inc. has been busy transforming Red Bridge Shopping Center from the inside out. Now, the once neglected shopping center, originally built by J.C. Nichols in the late 1950s, is really perking up thanks to a series of new tenants.

Sunflower State Legend Update

Spokeswoman: Bob Dole hospitalized for low blood pressure

A spokeswoman says former Republican presidential candidate and U.S. Senate Majority Leader Bob Dole is hospitalized for low blood pressure. Dole spokeswoman Marion Watkins said in an email Friday that the 94-year-old former Kansas senator has been hospitalized since Sept. 13 at the Walter Reed Military Medical Center outside Washington, D.C.

KCK Shooting Gallery

KCK residents upset that once peaceful neighborhood has become scene for violence in recent months

KANSAS CITY, Kan. -- Two males were found dead, and another was hurt at a KCK park in a shooting, people living nearby now have questions about their safety. On Friday KCK investigators identified them as Fabian Arriaga, 26, and Jose Morales, 22. The third person who was hurt hasn't been identified.

JoCo Traffic Tragedy Today

One person killed after crash near Johnson County Community College

One person has died after a crash near Johnson County Community College.

Kansas City's Favorite Foodie Hater

All the Yums - Chosun Korean BBQ

The Earth is shaking, storms are raging and nations are baring fangs. At this point, I wouldn't be surprised if I heard seven trumpets sounding in the night and a wild leviathan sighting. On top of that, works been super busy and my ankle hurts. Life's tough.

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

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Bob Dole will be fine. This is a drug interaction issue. They are giving him a Viagra IV to get his blood pressure back up.