Tonight we start off the evening link blast with tribute to Beyoncé booty and then move forward with the highlights of the local news cycle. Checkit:
Kansas City Fanboys Love The Familiar
There's no news here at all. There's no rumor either. There's not even the prognostication from someone who could remotely be considered an "insider," so we're not even in the realm of educated guess. This is complete conjecture, a strand of pasta flung against the wall, and you should treat it as such.
Dead-Tree Catches Up With TKC Blog Community Saturday Headlines
Plans for the new single terminal at Kansas City International Airport have rekindled tensions between two groups with a long and unhappy history: construction trade unions and the city's minority community. Labor is pushing Edgemoor, the Maryland developer selected by the city to lead the $1 billion project, for an agreement to use only unionized workers on the job.
Kansas City News Checkup
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Have you ever heard of tonsil stones? Well, they're more common than you may think. They're soft lumps of debris that form in the crevices of the tonsils. They're becoming more common as more people aren't getting their tonsils removed. Tonsil stones are harmless but can stink.
Rock Chalk Blaze Aftermath
A Lawrence, Kansas motel is likely a total loss after a massive fire Monday. Lawrence firefighters originally received a call to respond to the America's Best Value Inn off of McDonald Drive around 11:48 a.m. The structure was evacuated, and no injuries were reported to anyone inside that motel.
Even More Pitch Promo Content
Food and drink events for January 15-21: Lawrence joins the Restaurant Week action, plus Hopcat celebrates an anniversary
Courtesy Downtown Lawrence Restaurant Week Monday, January 15 Kansas City Restaurant Week will continue to plow along through Sunday.
Cold Lesson For Youngsters
The temperatures currently in the low teens will quickly fall into the single digits Monday evening and eventually below zero overnight.
No Soup For You Kansas City
It's definitely soup and stew season. And there are plenty of both on local menus. Whether you're in the mood for a hearty bowl of burnt end chili or a brothy pho, you can find something lovely and warm to ward off the frigid temps.
And this is the OPEN THREAD for right now . . .