Kansas City Memorial Day 2018 News Links

One of our favorite pop stars reminds us that there's no such thing as etiquette in the social media era and recently offered a bold reality check to a fan with bad form.

TMZ: Lana Del Rey Gets Buyer's Remorse Mid-Selfie

Closer to home, here's a glimpse at some important, bittersweet and interesting news links for today:

KCMO Downtown Agenda This Week

Jazz legends, First Friday festivities set the pace for the week ahead

The fifth annual American Jazz Walk of Fame and the summertime return of Friday Fridays - featuring the kickoff of the Art in the Loop season - top the highlight reel of what's cooking in Downtown Kansas City this week, Monday, May 28 to Sunday, June 3.

Naming Latest Local Dead

Police identify 57-year-old man killed in Kansas City Saturday

The Kansas City Police Department has identified the man killed in Kansas City on Saturday. Authorities were originally dispatched to the 5200 block of Lawn Avenue in Kansas City around 4 p.m. Saturday. When they arrived, they found a man, deceased. He was identified as 57-year-old Charles Wofford.

Weekend Crash Aftermath Report

KCK man, 75, dead after wreck in Parkville

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Kansas City Sacrifice Honored

Gold star families remember lost loved ones at 'Celebration at the Station'

KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- The 16th annual Celebration at the Station wrapped up on Sunday, May 27, but Memorial Day was just getting ready to begin. The Kansas City Symphony puts on the event to honor our fallen heroes through music.

Locals Betwixt Rock & Hard Place

Group of KC climbers working to teach others the joy of the sport

In Northeast Kansas City, a group of climbers have been scaling rock off of Cliff Drive for decades. "It's in our backyard, so why shouldn't we use it?" Dan Allenbaugh said. Allenbaugh, who is the Interim Director of nonprofit Exploring Roots, wants to teach young people who live in the area to climb, too.

Lame-Ass Jurassic Park Debuts In Kansas

Dinosaurs Take Over Derby In 'Extravagant' Dino Theme Park

Dinosaurs have risen in Kansas and are taking the city of Derby by storm, the Wichita Eagle reports. No need to worry though, as these dinos are all animatronic and have been awoken to entertain the public and brief them on an ancient history lesson that really puts Kansas on the map as an invaluable paleontological site.

Kansas City Fighting Legacy
Morrison earns first-round TKO in Kansas City
Otis Redding - I Got Dreams To Remember is the song of the day and this is the OPEN THREAD for right now . . .


  1. Cool - more rubber dinosaurs - and did you catch the fact that Union Station is going to be moved to Kansas this Summer?


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