Hottie Erin turned in her wings as an "angel" whilst she was on top in the aftermath she has confronted some biz trouble and had to dump her lavish NYC condo. Nevertheless, she continues to work behind the scenes in the industry and we expect this modeling impresario raised in a Jewish family from humble Skokie, Illinois will soon launch her comeback.

Also, if you hadn't guessed by now . . . This is our dumb way to wish the local faithful a happy Passover and Good Friday.

Closer to home, here are the top news links we're checking right now . . .

"She's A Pistol" Survivor Statement

Widow to man convicted of murdering her husband: You didn't break me

A judge sentenced Nicquan Midgyett to life in prison, without the possibility of parole for 25 years, plus an additional 48 months, for his role in the homicide at She's a Pistol. Jon Bieker was killed at the She's A Pistol gun store in Shawnee, Kansas on January 9, 2015.

Drone Footage Required In Buyer's Market

Residential agents embrace new technology to reach sellers - Kansas City Business Journal

It comes as no surprise that the real estate market is hot in Kansas City. With more market pressure than before and an ever-growing number of websites to help find a potential home, real estate agents have had to adjust to new methods to sell homes.

Inner Suburban Blight Fight

Blue Springs residents want inn closed down after recurring issues

Residents in Blue Springs are saying enough is enough after repeated issues at a local motel. While the city has issued some citations for the business, some are saying that's not enough. Residents and businesses nearby told KCTV5 News that the police are there almost daily and it's a big concern for their safety.

Dead-Tree Prize After TKC First News

The Star's Dave Helling earns recognition for editorial leadership on KCI contract

Kansas City Star editorial writer Dave Helling has earned a national editorial leadership award for his work involving Kansas City's handling of a contract for a new airport terminal. The American Society of News Editors will present the 2018 Burl Osborne Award for Editorial Leadership to Helling in September.

Rock Chalk Old School Record

KU researchers discover mystery tyrannosaur fossil

LAWRENCE - For now, there are just a few things researchers and students at the University of Kansas want people to dig about the new dinosaur they recently excavated in Montana's Hell Creek Formation. First off, it's a "fabulous" complete section of the upper jaw with all of its teeth intact, along with bits of the specimen's skull, foot, hips and backbones.

Kansas City High Art Conversation

Ellen Harvey and Tally Sessions Open Sweeney Todd at Kansas City Rep | Playbill

Ellen Harvey and Tally Sessions Open Regional News Sweeney Todd at Kansas City Rep Chris McCarrell and Emily Shackelford are also featured in the production that officially opens March 30. Kansas City Repertory Theatre closes its mainstage season with Sweeney Todd , which officially opens March 30 for a run through April 15.

Classy Kansas City Shuffle

How One Kansas City Ballet Dancer - Among Many - Learns Balanchine's Choreography

When the Kansas City Ballet performs George Balanchine's "Diamonds" for its 60th Anniversary Dance Festival next weekend, Alysa Hotchkiss will be in one of 17 couples on stage. "You feel a lot of breath and a lot of movement, and see the stage moving as a whole in this ballet because there's so many of us on stage moving as one," she recently said of Balanchine's choreography.

Crossing A Line - Mike Shinoda is the song of the day and this is the OPEN THREAD for right now . . .


  1. Weather is clear today; nordEaster this weekend.

  2. RE: "The Star's Dave Helling earns recognition for editorial leadership on KCI contract"

    Congratulations Dave!
    ----Rachel Maddow

    P.S. How come TKC was first and best?


  3. Congrats to Dave Helling and the Star. How about investigating the details of the cost of refinancing the Baltimore Cordish P&L bonds in 2014 as a lead-up to Sly's re-election in 2015? Reportedly fifteen million annual subsidy lowered in 2014 and 2015 to five million dollars. Why? Only apparent reason was to help Sly's re-election in 2015. Reported cost of extending was to extend bond repayment and increase debt. Was $36 million added to $297 million Cordish P&L debt? Who besides the bond dealers benefited from this ploy? A Pulitzer Prize may await.

  4. 11:03. The standard response to questions of bogus bond re-financings is that they were "taking advantage of lower interest rates."

  5. ^^^ Knowledgeable person right there @11:07.


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