Saturday, December 02, 2017

The Kansas City Saturday First Look

We start the morning with Leanne hotness getting us in the holiday spirit and then move forward from there . . .

Take a peek:

The Sound Of Classy Kansas City

A Kansas City Ensemble Eager To Play New Music Has Premiered 80 Compositions ... And Counting

For 25 years, Kansas City's newEar contemporary chamber music ensemble has been performing brand new music - some of it by composers who live here - in what has become a long and productive conversation between area musicians and composers.

Meth Town Gunfire Overnight

Police investigate after shots are fired in Independence near 40 Highway, Noland Road

Shots were fired on Friday evening outside an Independence lumberyard, causing police officers from two cities to converge on the area. The incident happened in the area of 40 Highway and Noland Road. Luckily, no one was injured. Police from Independence and Kansas City are still trying to find out what went wrong as those shots were fired.

Kansas City Traffic Trouble

Neighbors want a change at dangerous, busy Kansas City intersection

KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- A busy, dangerous intersection in Kansas City has some nearby neighbors calling for a change. "It's really scary for a lot of drivers," Joshua Jackson said of the busy intersection at East 35th Street and Euclid Avenue. "Somebody needs to do something about it."

KC On Track For Holiday Cheer

Kansas City Southern brings the 17th annual Holiday Express Fundraising Campaign to Shreveport

(SHREVEPORT, LA) - The Kansas City Southern Holiday Express has arrived in Shreveport. You can see it this afternoon at the KCS Yard, 4500 North Lakeshore Drive, Gate 5 beginning at 4 p.m. The train will distribute a total of $172,500 in gift cards to The Salvation Army at stops all along the express route.

Kansas City Survivor Story

'Big Sonia,' film about local Holocaust survivor, premieres to sold-out crowd in Overland Park

OVERLAND PARK, Kan. -- A long line nearly extended out the door Friday night at the Glenwood Arts Theatre in Overland Park for the world premiere of "Big Sonia," a documentary about 92-year-old Holocaust survivor Sonia Warshawski.

Sporting Kansas City Breaks Ground

Sporting KC appoints Meghan Cameron as Assistant Director of Player Personnel

Sporting Kansas City announced on Friday that Meghan Cameron has joined the club's technical staff as Assistant Director of Player Personnel. Cameron will work directly with Sporting KC Director of Player Personnel Brian Bliss, specializing in roster and budget management while also holding a

Kansas City Chiefs QB Crisis

Alex Smith's up-and-down past, uncertain future, and what's next for the KC Chiefs

8:06 AM ET Elizabeth MerrillESPN Senior Writer Close Elizabeth Merrill is a senior writer for and ESPN The Magazine. She previously wrote for The Kansas City Star and The Omaha World-Herald. He danced awkwardly as he ran down the field, and no one could believe what they just saw.

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Anonymous said...

I just love the fucking KC media. They write four paragraphs of shit to tell you they know absolutely nothing and are too fucking stupid and lazy to find out. So all we know is there was a shooting near a lumber yard - no motive - no names of suspects - no names of victims - no information on damage - no information about witnesses - no fucking nothing. This story obviously deserves a Nobel Peace Prize.

Anonymous said...

Leanne asks "am I wearing panties? I can't see!"

Anonymous said...

Is Jack Cashill going to write a review of Big Sonja, his readers are Holocaust denier's.