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Kansas City Council Lady Heather Hall Champions EPIC Sonia Survivor Story

Local Holocaust survivor's story inspires in award-winning documentary

A multiple award-winning documentary at Glenwood Arts Theatre in Overland Park is setting records for ticket sales as the subject of the film is being called an inspiration. "Big Sonia" showcases the life of Sonia Warshawski, a 91-year-old holocaust survivor. Before being liberated by the British from Bergen Belsen she was held captive in three concentration camps.

Kansas Hates Your Comments

School Board Limits On Public Comment May Face Legal Challenge In Kansas

The former legal director for the American Civil Liberties Union of Kansas thinks a practice among some school boards of restricting patron complaints at public meetings eventually will end up in court. Doug Bonney, legal director emeritus for ACLU Kansas, said if barring complaints about school board members, the superintendent or employees is common, that doesn't make it right.

Pizza Hard Times In Kansas City

Little Caesars in Kansas City closes, lays off a dozen employees with no warning

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Employees at a Kansas City pizza store are heading into Christmas without a job or a paycheck. At least a dozen workers at the Little Caesars, located at 8793 Blue Ridge Blvd., were informed Saturday that their services were no longer needed and the store was closed.

Golden Ghetto Suspect Doc???

Prosecutors: Man posed as doctor, treated patients is arrested in Overland Park

A man who prosecutors say posed as a physician and treated patients in southeastern Virginia has been arrested in Kansas. The U.S. Attorney's Office for the Eastern District of Virginia says in a news release that 30-year-old Vishal Patel of Glen Allen Was arrested Tuesday by Drug Enforcement Administration agents in Overland Park, Kansas.

Show-Me Guv For Firefighters

Firefighter cancer presumption bill gains steam in Missouri - Business Insurance

Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens on Wednesday announced his support for a bill that would clear the way to provide workers compensation benefits for firefighters who get cancer. H.B.

Kansas City X-Mas Weekend

6 Historical Things To Do In Kansas City This Weekend

History may not actually repeat, but it absolutely echoes. Catch some worthwhile reverberations this weekend at happenings focused on five millennia of Chinese history, the Russian source of a 19th century ballet classic, a 1970s punk rock icon, the past importance of playing marbles, the splendid tradition of being an entertaining married couple and, perhaps most important of all, our historical victory-seeking Kansas City Chiefs.

Kansas City Super Fan Finale

Last Wish: Terminally-ill California man sees Chiefs play, dies next day

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - It didn't matter that he lived more than 1,700 miles away from Arrowhead Stadium, Felipe Lopez loved the Kansas City Chiefs. "He had always supported the Chiefs," his stepson Steve Vargas told 41 Action News. "He loved the Chiefs through the thick and thin."

Panic! At The Disco - Feels Like Christmas is the song of the day and this is the OPEN THREAD for right now . . .


  1. Sad about little Caesar's. Same thing happened to a local sandwich shop. Except the employees weren't told anything at all. They showed up the next day for work to find the place cleared out. Got mailed their final checks and that was it. You find this a lot with small franchise-purchased stores. The Owner will try to make money until the next franchise payment comes due, then close it up the day of. It sucks all around. Employees who counted on a paycheck, the Owner who put their money and time into it. I'm watching another local shop that I frequent go down the tubes. Every time I go in, it's the two Owner's working with some low-paid help. That's never a good sign. You couldn't pay me enough to get into that business, brutal.

  2. There were no homicidal gas chambers at any concentration camps during World War Two. There has never been a single microbe of physical evidence to prove the existence of homicidal gas chambers in concentration camps during World War Two. Sonia Warshawskie is a sad, attention-$eeking old woman and her"filmaker" daughter is just another greedy Jew attempting to profit from the Hoax of the twentieth (and twenty-first) century. Heather Hall believes that piggy-backing this pathetic White Guilt Circus is politically expedient. Apparently, Heather Hall wants to be Governor. Beyond pathetic.


    When Joey said, "stick it in your ear!" once too often!!!

  4. Heather Hall should run for mayor!

  5. LMFAO......Doctor ! Yeah right. And the Polar Bear is black.

  6. Sonya is another nickle chasing Dr Seuss


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