Monday, February 05, 2018

The Kansas City Cold Monday First Look

Right now we share visions of classic Candice for the early morning given that her reign of hotness seems to rule over every season . . . And then we round-up just a few links for the very early morning denizens of our blog community braving this arctic weather.

Take a peek:

This Week Inside The Loop

KC jazz, Harlem dance, Arctic art & PBR are HOT in Downtown

Kansas City jazz, Harlem dance, Arctic images and Bull riders will take center stage for a thrilling week ahead for arts and entertainment in Downtown KC - Monday to Sunday, Feb. 5-11 KC Tornados - the newest professional sports franchise in Kansas City will be at home for a showdown with the Kentucky Thoroughbreds at 2 p.m.

Local Prof Talks Divorce Tough Times

Loss of alimony tax break in GOP bill may force unhappy couples to stick it out

Wavebreakmedia Ltd. | Getty Images Figuring out alimony has always been difficult for divorce lawyers, mediators and couples trying not to be couples. Thanks to the new tax code, it's even tougher. In previous years, the pain of alimony stemmed in large part from each state having its own set of rules.

Kansas City Footballer Victim

Kansas City Chiefs: Kareem Hunt gets robbed at NFL awards show

Kareem Hunt did something only one other player had ever done in 2017. As a rookie he rushed for over 1,000 yards. The Kansas City Chiefs running back led the entire league in rushing. He broke records the first seven weeks by having over 100 scrimmage yards in each of those games.

The Kansas City Plunge

First Alert: Temps drop into single-digits overnight, more snow coming Tuesday

Keep those bitter temps in mind for kids at bus stops.

KCK Burned Body Housefire Aftermath

Body discovered following KCK house fire

KCK Police Officers assisting firefighters with investigation

Dead-Tree Question To Nobody

Three Light luxury apartments are headed downtown. But where's the affordable housing?

This week, the Kansas City Council will consider public subsidies for Three Light, a 300-unit high-rise apartment building planned for downtown. The city will borrow $17.5 million for the project, mostly to pay for a parking garage. Kansas City provided similar subsidies for One Light, a 307-unit building downtown, and Two Light, a 295-unit structure at Truman Road and Grand Boulevard.

Best Kansas City Hard Time Headline

Born to be Fired: Harley Davidson Plant Faces Layoffs, Closure

Some extremely unpopular news has hit the employees of a Harley-Davidson motorcycle manufacturing facility, as the publicly-traded company will close its Kansas City powertrain assembly plant next year, according to WDAF-TV in Kansas City, Missouri. Over 800 workers will be sidelined when the plant shuts down, a significant economic hit to the breadwinners and families in the central US city of about 500,000.

Spring Training Hype Underway

Kansas City Royals release commercial celebrating 50 years of baseball

Kansas City Royals SOURCE: Kansas City Royals If this doesn't get you excited for Royals baseball season - check your pulse. The Kansas City Royals are celebrating 50 years of baseball in 2018. They just released a new commercial getting ready for the 2018 season. The hashtag stays the same - #RaisedRoyal.

Don Diablo - People Say ft. Paije is the song of the day and this is the OPEN THREAD for right now . . .


Anonymous said...

There is no good reason for taxpayers to subsidize alimony payments - which is really what a deduction amounts to. That is particularly true when the divorced payer is rich or very well off, which is usually the case when alimony is ordered.

Anonymous said...

Yup, Corporate Welfare is a lot better use of that money!
Alimony doesn't bring a Congressperson any Campaign Contributions.

Hyperblogal said...

Surprises just keep coming. One Light, Two Light, Three Light... in a few years we'll have a marquee.

Anonymous said...

Make up ya minds Bitches. Do you want respect and equality or do you want alimony?