Chanukah starts at sunset and in our own stupid way we offer tribute to our faithful readers by paying respect to 22-year-old pr0n hottie Abella Danger and all of the horrible things she's had to do in order to earn a modicum of fame.
And then there's some local links worth a click:
High Tech Gives Back To KCMO
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Sheffield Place is being transformed into a Winter Wonderland thanks to Amazon's "sleigh," a truck that was holding roughly $15,000 worth of gifts for families. "We are here to really spread love and cheer from Amazon to the community that serves us," Amazon Director of Operations Nikki White said.
Secure Discounts Before TrumpCare
Shawnee Mission Health is now covered by one of the Affordable Care Act insurers selling plans in the Kansas City area, and another insurer is offering plans with no premiums to some customers. Shawnee Mission Health was among several major medical systems left with no coverage after Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Kansas City decided to get out of the ACA, commonly called Obamacare.
Sparks Fly In Meth Town
The driver hit stop sticks, but was still able to drive the vehicle into Lee's Summit on rims.
More Deets On Local Tribute
HELD OVER! BIG SONIA has broken all FINE ARTS records for ticket sales for opening week!
Celebrate Kansas City Strange Brew
Brewery Emperial (1829 Oak St.) now offers "hot worties," fresh from the brewing kettle. A hot wort, similar to a hot toddy, is free while supplies last only on brewing days, starting at 4 p.m., with the purchase of a beer. Brewers Keith Thompson and Sterling Holman make wort for a new batch of beer on brewing days.
Another Festival Of Lights
Look! Up in the sky! It's the Geminid meteor shower!Up to 120 meteors per hour could be visible during peak periods of the annual space show.Peak time: around 2 a.m. Thursday morning. But weather conditions could be better around the same time Wednesday morning.
Here's Why This Night Different . . .
The eight-day Jewish festival has begun, here's the story behind the religious event and why candles are lit Happy Hanukkah! Millions of Jews around the world are celebrating the start of the festival, also known as Chanukah, by lighting a candle a day for eight days.
And this is the OPEN THREAD for right now . . .