Sunday, January 28, 2018

The Kansas City Sunday Collection



We start with lingerie hottie angelic inspiration and more than a few Kansas City MSM links to begin the day. Take a peek:

Kansas City Hype Cycle Cont'd

The mayor behind Kansas City's data revolution | Bloomberg Philanthropies

By Sly James, Mayor of Kansas City, Missouri When I became Mayor of Kansas City in 2011, residents were eager to see local government become more efficient, accountable, and responsive to their needs. They didn't want rhetoric. They wanted facts. And they deserved to see progress. That's why we started KCStat that December.


Global Warming Ruins Tradition

Take 5 to Care: Polar Plunge raises money for Special Olympics

It was a perfect day to jump into a pool, at least if you ask hundreds of people with really good hearts. Today was the Polar Plunge for Special Olympics across the metro. KCTV5 was there for the Take 5 to Care Event: The Polar Plunge and 5k Strut for Special Olympics Kansas.


Highway Tragedy Overnight

Pedestrian hit, killed by vehicle on I-435 near Grandview Rd.

KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- A person was hit and killed by a vehicle on I-435 near Grandview Rd. Saturday night. Officers were called to the area just after 8 p.m. on the report of a person hit in the eastbound lane of traffic.


Old School Creative Class Icon Tribute

'Beetle Bailey' cartoonist and KC native Mort Walker dies at 94

LOS ANGELES - Comic strip artist Mort Walker, a World War II veteran and Mizzou grad who satirized the Army and tickled millions of newspaper readers with the antics of the lazy private "Beetle Bailey," died Saturday. He was 94. Walker died at his home in Stamford, Connecticut, said Greg Walker, his eldest son and a collaborator.


Even Less Of An Irish Bar

The Relaunched O'Dowd's Gastrobar Takes Irish Favorites to a New Level

When O'Dowd's Little Dublin opened on Country Club Plaza in Kansas City more than 20 years ago, it was one of the few casual spots in the area, focused on just a great pint and a good time.


Fun & Games @ Union Station

Art of the LEGO brick display opens through at KC's Union Station

A new exhibit opens Friday at Union Station that features some of the world's most iconic sculptures made entirely out of LEGOs. Photographs of "Art of the Brick" are impressive but it must be seen in person to fully appreciate, said Nathan Sawaya, the artist behind the exhibit.


Celebrate Ned Yost Renaissance

Yost's recovery 'way ahead of schedule' as spring training approaches

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Ned Yost strode through a ballroom inside Bartle Hall, where the Royals were having their annual fan festival, unsure of who will be in his lineup when spring training begins next month. The often-crusty manager was smiling, anyway.


Norman Greenbaum - Spirit in the Sky is the song of the day and this is the OPEN THREAD for right now . . .

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

Here is some important city data that didn’t receive mention. Sly is a fat lying turd and is a thief who doesn’t care about anything other than making sure he and his friends get plenty taxpayer money.

Anonymous said...

+1000000000

Anonymous said...

By Sly James,
Mayor of Kansas City, Missouri When I became Mayor of Kansas City in 2011, residents were eager to see local government become more efficient, accountable, and responsive to their needs. They didn't want rhetoric. They wanted facts. And they deserved to see progress. That's why we started KCStat that December.

He wrote this article because he couldn’t get anybody else to write these bald faced lies, gay sLIE actually believes his own lies now. This guy is a raging alcoholic and is mentally unstable, he needs help, please James family, get him the help he needs, it’s time for an intervention.

Everything he wrote above is completely opposite of what he’s doing, classic signs of alcoholism and bi-polar diesease.

Anonymous said...

Sly James, aka Mayor Bullhorn, aka Big Money Grip from Sanford and Son.

Anonymous said...

Pedestrian: What the F*** were you doing being a pedestrian on an Interstate highway? Didn't you realize that people driving that highway don't watch anything except their cell phones?

Don't be a pedestrian on an Interstate highway!

Anonymous said...

It is not an interstate highway at Gregory. It turns into I-49 further south. My question: there is a stoplight at that intersection. Who had the green light?