Friday, March 02, 2018

Kansas City March First Friday News



Quick review of all things Kansas City as we admire the fitness of hottie Fern and move forward . . . Checkit:

McTavish Kansas City Weekend List

6 Last-Chance Things To Do In Kansas City This Weekend

A last chance can pass you by before you even knew you had a chance. So as a public service - that's right, folks, I'm not only in this for the glory - allow me to share a weekend's worth of soon-to-be-here-and-gone attractions involving music, comedy, fast cars, fleeting celebrities and the tantalizing yet imperfect dream of eternal youth.


Dead-Tree Courthouse Demand

Setting an expiration date: Term limits are needed for Jackson County officials

Jackson County voters may get to decide in August if they want to limit terms for members of the county legislature and for the county executive. It's a welcome development, one county residents should encourage. Legislator Greg Grounds said this week he's working on a measure that would put term limits on the August ballot.


Deadly Suburban Crash Report

2 dead after crash closes ramp at Grandview Triangle

Authorities in Kansas City are investigating what caused a crash at the Grandview Triangle that took the lives of two people early Friday morning.


More Deets On Plaza Bad Date Shooter

25-year-old Lee's Summit man charged with overnight shooting on the Country Club Plaza

A Lee's Summit man has been charged in connection with an overnight string of incidents that left a woman injured with gunshots to her legs. Police were dispatched early Thursday morning to the 600 block of Ward Parkway to investigate a shooting. A woman had sustained non-life threatening gunshot wounds to her legs.


Local Merch Biz Inspiration

Morning Joe: How a happy accident sparked success at Made in KC

A happy accident, that's how Made in Kansas City's co-owner Keith Bradley describes his success. For those who have ever wondered what Kansas City has to be proud of, a trip to the shop could help.


Guv Building Nasty

Bed bug infestations increasingly reported in public buildings

Exterminators in the Kansas City area say they are receiving more reports of bed bugs in work environments and other public places. "I have seen horrible infestations that folks were just clueless about," said Cat Heisler, general manager at Pete's Pest Control in Lenexa. Bed bugs are active only at night, usually just before dawn.


Kansas City Housing Hand-Up

Fundraiser held for Habitat for Humanity

Habitat for Humanity is getting help finding homes for a growing list of people in need. Right now, the non-profits wait list tops 13,000 people.


21 Savage, Offset, Metro Boomin - Ric Flair Drip is the song of the day and this is the OPEN THREAD for right now . . .

4 comments:

Anonymous said...


The women from Lee's Summit who was shot has no one to blame but herself! This guy has a three pages of recorded trouble that is public information and if she knew him from being kids together she would know this isn't the first time he's been in trouble and that it's obvious he has some mental issues.

She needs to learn, if you play with shit, you're going to get some on you!

Anonymous said...

That's what coprophilia boy likes!

Anonymous said...

Damned dintdo Amish. Stay away from Plaza and Westport or the Amish will shot you!

Anonymous said...

^^No. You stay away. We are fine down there.