Tuesday, November 14, 2017

Kansas City Midday Smart News Links

Hottie pron star Allison inspires our look at some of the more important midday links for right now, take a peek:

Kansas City Lady Gaga Concert Head Check

Chance to win Lady Gaga concert tickets when you talk about mental illness

OVERLAND PARK, Kan. -- The Johnson County Mental Health Center is having a group discussion Tuesday night about how to help people with mental illness and they're adding an incentive incentive for people to attend. Lady Gaga's "Born This Way" Foundation is one of the sponsors.

JoCo Teaches Language Of New Boss

Students thrive at Blue Valley's new Chinese immersion program

Nearly halfway through the school year, students at the brand new Wolf Springs Elementary School in the Blue Valley School District are adjusting well. More than 300 students are enrolled at the school, and many of them are taking part in a new Chinese immersion program.

Testing KC Foodie Delivery

Are your meal delivery services worth the money? KCTV5 puts them to the test

The flood of meal kit delivery services has hit an all-time high. What started as a small trend in 2012 has grown into a massive $400 million market that includes more than a dozen companies touting easier-than-ever dinners. But are they cost effective and a good use of your food budget?

Tiny Loans For Kansas City Startups

Kauffman Foundation invests $1.2M in microlending program - Kansas City Business Journal

The Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation made a $1.2 million investment in a new microloan pilot program that it hopes will give Kansas City-area businesses more and better access to small-dollar loans.

Local Veteran Training Day

MCC hosts event to bolster businesses run by veterans

Those returning from combat sometimes struggle with returning to civilian life. On Tuesday, a group wants to make sure United States veterans have a job and the resources necessary to learn about business. The event, hosted by Metropolitan Community College will help veterans who own their own business.

Statue Tribute Aftermath

Previously vandalized sculpture relocated to Scuola Vita Nuova

By Melissa Wharton Northeast News A sculpture that was vandalized at Independence Park Plaza in August has found a new home at Scuola Vita Nuova. The terra cotta sculpture, by local artist Elaina Michalski, was commissioned for the Independence Plaza Park Celebration. The piece is titled Water, Earth, and Sky and depicts a woman praying or meditating.

Sleaze Summit New Brew

Tap List | New Axiom Brewing Coming to Lee's Summit

Homebrewers from 11 Letter Brews and Middle Ground Zymurgy and Tapworx have joined forces to create New Axiom Brewing Company (949 NE Columbus St., Lee's Summit, Missouri). Head brewers Mac Lamken, Devin Glaser, Sean Householder and Joe Migletz, director of taproom operations, are behind the brewery-in-planning.

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


Anonymous said...

How disgusting ! You can see that some vandal smeared feces all over that sculpture ! Awful !

Anonymous said...

Do they teach the Chinese immersion students how to prepare cat recipes. I mean if they are going to be in an immersion program they might as well. Chinese people eat cats.

Anonymous said...

Tell Lady Gaga how emotionally troubled you are and she'll even let you touch her titties.