These midday links are inspired by Angela hotness as we continue our bloggy journey for right now.
Take a look:
Growing Kansas City Biz
The Edgerton City Council on Thursday will consider the annexation of 575 acres that may be part of a plan to expand Logistics Park Kansas City - one of the most successful industrial parks in the nation over the past three years. At this point, however, no one is acknowledging an expansion of the 1,700-acre development.
Ruckus Near Westport
Police are working a standoff in the 3600 block of Pennsylvania in Kansas City.
KC Shout Out From Snoop
KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- A popular rapper recently showed his support on social media for Kansas City's Negro Leagues Baseball Museum. Snoop Dogg posted a photo Tuesday wearing one of the museum's new bomber jackets. The jacket features the museum's logo on the front and patches of Negro Leagues teams throughout.
Fear Season Of Busted Pipes
Breaking News Kansas City, MO - As temperatures continue to stay well below freezing across the KC Metro, it's a good time to see to your home's water pipes.
KC Brew Debut For Ambitious Drunks
The Roasterie collaborates on limited-release beer with Epic Brewing Co. - Kansas City Business Journal
Through the years, The Roasterie has collaborated with a number of local companies, but its latest collaboration shows its reputation continues to spread. Salt Lake City-based Epic Brewing Co. approached The Roasterie earlier this year about a potential collaboration and flew to Kansas City to sample the coffee roaster's array of coffees.
KCUR Question: What Happened To Making America Safe Again???
President Trump took office in January vowing in a dark-toned inaugural to end what he described as "this American carnage" fueled by gangs, drugs and street violence. America did see historic carnage in 2017, but critics say it had far less to do with gangs and drugs than with disturbed individuals with easy access to firearms. October saw the deadliest mass shooting by an individual in modern U.S.
And this is the OPEN THREAD for right now . . .