Friday, March 02, 2018

Kansas City Friday Afternoon Link Pool

Right now we contemplate hottie reality pr0n star Farrah, her new beau and her body of work which inspires this compilation of all the Kansas City news . . .

Kansas City Artsy Middle-Class Culture War

Ahead Of 'Rigoletto,' Lyric Opera Of Kansas City Calls Out The Canon's Treatment Of Women

Carmen, Mimi, Norma, Tosca, Violetta, Cio-Cio-San, Medea, LiĆ¹, Aida, Lulu: Being an opera heroine is harrowing work. For hundreds of years, opera's women have suffered: on stage from dishonor, ruination, madness and death; off stage from harassment, abuse, degradation, threats, and coercion. A season of rising allegations against high-profile abusers has not spared the world of opera.

Show-Me Rising Tide Risk

Study shows more Missourians are vulnerable to river flooding than previously estimated

More people in Missouri are at risk of experiencing damage from heavy rainfall and river flooding, according to a study released Wednesday. Researchers from University of Bristol, The Nature Conservancy and the Environmental Protection Agency found that about 41 million Americans are vulnerable to river flooding.

Sunflower State Data Disservice

Kansas Aging Agency Spills Personal Information of 11,000 People

Officials with the Kansas Department for Aging and Disability Services said Thursday that a staff member improperly disclosed personal information for 11,000 people in an email sent to multiple addresses. Angela de Rocha, a KDADS spokeswoman, said the disclosure includes Social Security numbers, birth dates and other personal details of Medicaid recipients and potential recipients of the health care program.

Lost Boys Forgotten In WyCo

Hundreds of kids in foster care without homes in Wyandotte County

WYANDOTTE COUNTY, Kan. - There aren't enough foster parents to care for children needing temporary homes in Wyandotte County, according to child welfare services. KVC Kansas, a private nonprofit child welfare organization, is responsible for finding foster homes for children in 30 counties across Kansas.

Golden Ghetto Training Day

Shawnee Mission elementary school focus of beefed up security Friday

Crestview Elementary in the Shawnee Mission School District was the center of an increased security presence Friday. The Merriam Police and SMSD Police were notified by Kansas City Police there were reports from unidentified students claiming they were "going to shoot up Crestview."

Unhappy Meals In South Kansas City

Four McDonald's in south KC are closed during health department investigation

McDonald's has temporarily shut down four of its south Kansas City locations. A sign on the location at 8326 Wornall Road says: "Due to an administrative error, three of our locations are temporarily closed. We were alerted by the KCMO Health Department that a required permit, which we had on file at our organization's office, should have been posted inside three of our restaurants.

Friday Fun Fact: Kansas City Royals Aren't The Worst Cheapskates In The MLB

What are teams spending on players in relation to revenues?

The MLBPA filed a grievance this week against the Athletics, Rays, Pirates, and Marlins for failing to spend their revenue-sharing money to improve their on-field product. According to the Tampa Bay Times, the Rays receive around $45 million in revenue sharing, but are projected to have a payroll this year of around $77 million.

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