Thursday, February 01, 2018

Kansas City Thursday Morning Spotlight



Right now we start our morning with classic Candice in her glory days before she decided to selfishly start a family and then we move forward with some of the top news stories of the morning.

Take a peek:

Kansas City Tech Scene Hype Redux

ScaleUP! KC expands impact with 18 entrepreneurs in latest class

In announcing its latest class, the ScaleUP! KC embraced its track record of helping Kansas City entrepreneurs develop the business skills needed to take the next steps on their journeys. "ScaleUp KC is a program designed to help entrepreneurs rapidly scale their businesses," said Jennifer Rosenblatt, co-founder of recent graduate MusicSpoke .


Local Sports Rehab

County hopes to turn flood-damaged Blue River Parkway ball complex into soccer fields

The only things salvageable after severe flooding - the restrooms and the lights.


Kansas City Morning Crash Report

Driver hospitalized, NB I-35 closed past Mission after semi crashes and catches fire

A truck driver has been hospitalized and northbound Interstate 35 is closed after a semi crashed and caught fire early Thursday morning.


KCMO Hipster Weekend Starts Now

Farmers & Friends Meeting & Other Weekend Possibilites

Meet a farmer this weekend. Or meet someone who wants to meet a farmer. Cultivate Kansas City is holding its 13th annual Farmers & Friends Meeting from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday at the Second Presbyterian Church (318 E. 55th St.).


Kansas City Supports The Troops

'It's a life-changing thing': Tiny houses give second chances to homeless veterans

Thirteen homeless veterans are getting new leases on life. The Veterans Community Project provides housing and resources for homeless veterans. The charity hopes to end homelessness among retired members of the military. "It's a life-changing thing for me, I've lived pretty hard for some years now.


Kansas City Rendering Great War

Huge painting 'Gassed' is installed at KC's National World War I Museum and Memorial

It took a crew of 10 on Wednesday to lift the gargantuan painting onto wall brackets and secure it with screws to become the centerpiece of a new gallery at the National World War I Museum and Memorial.


Local History This Week

1978 fire still deadliest in city history

Michael Bushnell Northeast News Forty years ago on Jan. 28, 1978, as hotel guests slept in their roughly $1.75 per night beds, fire broke out in the historic Coates House Hotel. It would be almost four hours until the Kansas City Fire Department brought the tragic fire under control in the frigid January temperatures.


McFadden & Whitehead - "Ain't No Stoppin' Us Now" 1979 is the #TBT song of the day and this is the OPEN THREAD for right now . . .

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Still waiting for a racial breakdown on what Veterans go to move into these houses.