Right now we offer tribute to Lady Gemma and move along with this afternoon collection of all the top Kansas City MSM news links. Take a look:
Kansas City Tax Help Info
The Library wants to make filing taxes as clear and easy as possible, offering free, walk-in tax preparation assistance and resources. Representatives from Volunteer Income Tax Assistance will be at our downtown Central Library and North-East, Plaza, and Trails West branches during specific time periods from January 29 to March 28 to assist patrons with their federal and state (Missouri and Kansas) income tax returns.
Followup On TKC Discussion
Two of those drivers fled the scene.
KCK FD Hero Rescue Aftermath
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Three KCK firefighters were hurt during a fire at a house on the city's demolition list. The demolition program said it has about 200 buildings on its list. Three KCK firefighters hurt in a fire at a home set to be demolished. One of 200 buildings backlogged on that list.
Old School Blight Demolition Report
A fixture of Waldo for decades, Waldo Antiques and Furniture closed last year. Driving by this spot at 226 W 75th St, just east of Wornall, was a visual treat--there was usually a few eclectic pieces of furniture or odd painting on display right there on the sidewalk.
Celebrate Kansas City Whoopie Tech
Millions of women struggle with infertility, but for some, a bracelet could be the answer. It helped Kansas City's beloved bachelor couple Jade Roper and Tanner Tolbert grow their family. "I'm 31, so we kind of wanted to have kids fairly quickly," said Roper, who met her husband Tanner on the reality show "Bachelor in Paradise."
Kansas City Kills Another Career
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Comedian Kevin Hart is bringing his "Irresponsible" Tour to Kansas City in April. Live Nation announced on Monday morning that Hart would be adding more than 100 new dates to his tour. Hart will be at the Sprint Center at on Friday, April 27.
New Journalism From The Pitch
Brewery Emperial turns one, Wings Cafe goes whole hog for the Super Bowl, and more: Kansas City food and drink events, January 29 through February 4
Zach Bauman Tuesday, January 30 The first in the new series of "Raven's Nest" wine dinners at Corvino Supper Club and Tasting Room (1830 Walnut Street) is tonight. The dinners feature up to a dozen wines from selected winemakers, and chef Michael Corvino is creating a specialty five-course menu to accompany the selections.
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