Let's start out with classic Lisa Ann and her pr0n game legacy whilst we check out some of the top Kansas City local links for right now . . .
Fowl Attacks Continue In Kansas City
KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- People in Brookside have reported owls swooping down and attacking them. At least one attack happened as recently as this week. The attacks started at the end of August. They prompted one woman to put up signs warning her neighbors about the nocturnal creatures.
Golden Ghetto Switcheroo Lesson
OLATHE, Kan. -- FOX 4 is working to learn more about why a principal and assistant principal were suddenly let go at Oregon Trail Middle School in Olathe. On Wednesday, FOX 4 asked the school district for specifics about the two departures, the district only said that it's a "personnel matter" which prevents them from saying more.
JoCo Old School Targeted
What started as a kidnapping call Wednesday morning turned into a financial warning for older residents. Police were called after a person observed what he thought was an older man being forced into a car. Officers say the man was trying to walk to the bank inside of the Hy-Vee around the corner.
Kansas City Recovery House
This ordinary house serves an extraordinary mission. "You've got to learn how to live again," said PJ Vadovicky. "You need some accountability. So we provide those things." Vadovicky manages Kansas City Recovery's new Sober Living Home. It's a refuge for men new to sobriety. "You know what - we lose a lot.
Urban Core Oasis
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Hidden in Kansas City's Ivanhoe neighborhood, near 40th Street and Wayne Avenue, is a small sports oasis. There are basketball courts, a playground, green grass and a putting ground - all stark contrasts to an area better known for blight. And Chris Harris is the man responsible for it all.
Classic Artsy Redux
Although "Antigone" has Greek roots, and the Metropolitan Ensemble Theatre's new production was adapted by a French playwright during World War II, the play didn't actually start to click for director Karen Paisley until she looked at it with American eyes. Specifically, looking at the title protagonist as an American icon.
Fashionista For A Good Cause
Zach Bauman It calls to you: the discount rack at the cheap clothing chain. You heard that siren's cry in April, and you bought a few cheap tops at a big-box store. Now they're unraveling in the dryer and you're binge-browsing closeouts all over again in September, knowing you're doomed to keep repeating the cycle.
NINA SIMONE - Sinnerman (1965) is the song of the day and this is the OPEN THREAD for right now . . .