Monday, January 29, 2018

Kansas City Monday Back To The Grind


We start Monday's just a bit late with Miranda and her international modeling hotness and move forward from there with the top Kansas City MSM links worthy of consideration.

Take a peek . . .


Kansas City Highway Of Death ID After Deadly Pedestrian Weekend

Police identify woman killed in hit-and-run crash Friday, still searching for SUV involved

Authorities are still searching for an SUV involved in a Friday night hit-and-run that killed a pedestrian. Police said a woman was crossing 71 Highway at Gregory in the crosswalk when a southbound vehicle in 71 struck her, and kept going. The woman, identified as Jyra D.

Show-Me KCMO State House Rep

Quite A First Month On The Job: Kansas City's Newest Missouri State Representative

Last November, Representative Barbara Anne Washington became the newest legislator to represent Kansas City in the Missouri General Assembly. An attorney and former journalist, she has long been engaged with politics, but nothing could have prepared her for the onslaught of legislating, which she says is a full-time job, not to mention the political turmoil of her first month in office.

Meth Town Burns This Morning

Multiple injuries reported after Independence house fire

Fire officials are investigating what caused a fire that injured multiple people and forced six people into the cold early Monday morning.

Tiny Life Rescue For KCMO Homeless Vets

13 local homeless veterans and their families will have a place to call home when community of tiny homes opens

Watch live: KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- A handful of local homeless veterans who've needed help putting a roof back over their head will have finally have a place to call home Monday. The Veterans Community Project has spent the past two years planning and constructing a village of tiny homes at 89th and Troost, and a group of local veterans are ready to move in.

Kansas City Doggie Style Party!!!

Year of the Dog celebrated at Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art's Chinese New Year event

The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art kicked off the Chinese New Year Sunday by celebrating the Year of the Dog. Chinese art and culture were on display, including a drum and lion dance, acrobats, a traditional dress show, other dance performances, a Tai Chi demonstration and Chinese tea tasting.

The Weather This Week

This week's temperature roller coaster starts cold on Monday

We'll see a light warm up Tuesday, before being cold again Wednesday.

Kansas City Events Inside The Loop For The Deplorable Corporate Class

Dance, Dinosaurs & Bernstein set the urban beat this week

A Modern Night at the Folly, Discover the Dinosaurs, a tribute to Leonard Bernstein and a flourishing First Friday top a colorful stretch of arts and entertainment in Downtown KC over the week ahead - Monday to Super Bowl Sunday, Jan. 29-Feb.

Bruno Mars - That’s What I Like is the song of the day and this is the OPEN THREAD for right now . . .


Anonymous said...

Miranda booty is a bit of a "classic" but I can understand.

Anonymous said...

So what exactly does Barbara Washington want to raise the age of being tried as an adult to? I think what she wants is to cover for black thugs to be able to do the crime without doing the time.

Anonymous said...

...and in regard to the 'artsy' content- if it ain't Berstein Bears, I ain't interested.

Anonymous said...


Miranda misunderstood when I invited her to a Western Hoedown!!!