As we admire former hottie model Jodie, we take a quickie look at some of our top news items for today. Checkit:
The Midtown Kansas City Old School
A careful observer of things in Midtown, Diane Capps, noticed the lettering on a window at 313 Westport Road and noticed the name "Little's Hall" was embedded in the leaded glass. The first floor of the building is now used as an antique store, and the sign for a long-term tenant, the Broadway Hardware Company, is still there.
More Metro Highway Danger
A Blue Springs man feels lucky to be alive after what he experienced in Independence on Sunday. Richard Sule is still shaken by what happened - and mad about the damage. But he's relieved no one got hurt. It started as a typical morning drive to work for Sule.
Newspaper JoCo Salary Report
Why is the Shawnee Mission School District paying 85 employees six-figure salaries?
Kansas City Booze Calender
Zach Bauman Tuesday, October 10 Choose from two autumn-themed specialty dinners tonight. The first is a five-course cider dinner at Bluestem (900 Westport Road), featuring hard ciders from all over the world. An example of what's on offer: the fourth course features dry-aged duck with stewed apples, radicchio and garden beets, served with Bordatto Etxaldea, a cider from the Spanish Basque country.
The Forecast This Week
Your morning commute could be slow thanks to rain Tuesday. And grab those jackets before you go!
And this is the OPEN THREAD for right now . . .