Monday, September 18, 2017

The Kansas City Monday Night Link Look

Taylor Marie Hill is a 21-year-old Victoria's Secret model and on this Monday night her body of work inspires our look at the top ranking Kansas City mainstream links for tonight. Take a peek:

Kansas City Crossroads Parking Scheme

City grants temporary permit for valet parking relief in the Crossroads

KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- It's no secret that parking in the Crossroads Art District can be a challenge on First Fridays or when Kauffman Performing Arts Center has a show. Now, one business owner has put forward a possible solution.

Cowtown Hollywood Debut

These Three Short Movies Show What It Takes To Win Kansas City's 48 Hour Film Project

You're making a film and there are some constraints. You have to include a hat as a prop (not a baseball cap!). You have to have a character named Alex (or Alexis) Brownstone who must be a restaurant server. Your script has to include the line "she should be here any minute."

Goodbye To Worst Midtown Burritos

Local chain restaurant in Westport closes its doors

Five years after opening in Westport, Freebirds World Burrito has closed its doors. The location, at 554 Westport Road, temporarily shut down Sept. 12 after it was cited for not having the proper hot water temperature during a health inspection following a complaint.


Armed with cameras, citizens vow to stop illegal dumping

KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- A man is encouraging his neighbors to carry video cameras in an effort to stop illegal dumping in south Kansas City. At Blue River Road and East 95th Street broken furniture, mattresses and other trash are ruining the landscape.

Show-Me Accountability At Last

Missouri's legal-expense fund failed to track $67 million in payouts the past five years, auditor finds

The state of Missouri has no system in place to track how tens of millions of dollars are spent from its legal expense fund to pay for settlements and judgments in lawsuits filed against state agencies, a review by Missouri Auditor Nicole Galloway has found.

Kansas Chicken Revolt

After Town Hall Meeting, Area Lawmakers Say They Oppose Tonganoxie Tyson Plant

After hearing from more than 2,000 people at a town hall meeting in Tonganoxie, some Kansas lawmakers are vowing to help fight a planned Tyson Foods chicken processing plant. The proposed facility would be near the town of more than 5,000 in Leavenworth County. The bipartisan group of legislators hosted a meeting on the project Friday.

The Kansas City Old School

Long-forgotten L.A. Allen home stood at Valentine and Broadway

Midtown Kansas City has a number of important corners, often where major streets and streetcar lines came together, and one of those is the intersection of Broadway Boulevard and Valentine Road. The southwest corner is well-known now as the site of the Uptown Theater.

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


Anonymous said...

TOP PHOTO -- Taylor Marie (TM) Meditation

Once trained in the TM technique, I noticed increased blood flow, reduced stress, and better sleep.......and that was just with one hand!!!

Anonymous said...

^^^ NICE.