Kansas City Midweek News Link Look

Whilst our admiration of hottie Josie remains constant, the world of panties is going through a tumult. Take a look:

These up-and-coming lingerie brands should terrify Victoria's Secret

In news closer to home, we start the day with a quick glimpse at some of the top news links that don't (directly) involve disgraced politicos. Take a peek:

Celebrate Hunger Helper Local Walkabout

Hunger strikes passion in man to hike from Topeka to Kansas City

KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Scott Kellough has been a regular volunteer at Harvesters for years, but one night, while sorting through cans of non-perishable food, he wondered if he could do more. That was how the "Hunger Hike for Harvesters" was born. Kellough decided that he would walk from the Harvesters warehouse in Topeka, Kan.

White Ally Talking Testimony

Seg. 1: Unconscious Bias And Being A White Ally. Seg. 2: Is NASCAR For Sale?

As more than 8,000 company-owned Starbucks coffee shops close their doors this afternoon for racial bias training, we took the opportunity to discuss unconscious bias and how to be a good white ally. We also learned about the Implicit Association Test, which can help measure attitudes and beliefs that people may be unwilling or unable to report themselves.

Saving Kansas City Baseball History

Negro Leagues Baseball Museum hopes home of legend Satchel Paige can be restored after fire

KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Bob Kendrick, the president of the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum in Kansas City, hopes there's a way the former home of pitching legend Satchel Paige can be saved. The home, near 28th and Prospect, was severely damaged by a large fire that erupted around 2 a.m.

Local Good Cause Starts Now

2018 Big Slick online auction open

The 2018 Big Slick Online Auction is open, and there are many once-in-a-lifetime experiences up for bidding. Bid on items such as tickets to shows by Jimmy Fallon, Stephen Colbert, Jimmy Kimmel or James Corden; a VIP meet and greet experience with Weird Al; a trip to LA to tour the set of NFL GameDay; beers with George Wendt; and signed Big Slick memorabilia.

Kansas City Stormy Surprise Win

Royals win in the most unpredictable fashion

Up until the final plate appearance, this contest was about as uneventful as a game can get. Ages ago, in the top of third inning, the Twins dinked together a few hits that resulted in a Miguel Sano RBI single to give the Twins a 1-0 lead (not 2-0 thanks to the golden arm of Alex Gordon).

Cardi B, Bad Bunny & J Balvin - I Like It is the song of the day and this is the OPEN THREAD for right now . . .


  1. 'How to be a good white ally.' In other words, 'How to virtue signal in the perpetual grievance market.' Nauseating.

  2. ^^^ Excellent title remix. May not agree but damn if that's not fair play.

  3. WTF do they want to restore that SP house for? Its a semi-crappy little home in a crappy lil' 'hood. He played when athletes were paid what they were worth, that is to say an honest days pay for a couple games. Unlike the play a season and make more than a working stiff will in their lifetime we have now. Bottom line, nothing in or around that house worth restoring as some sort of shrine.

  4. ^^Your opinion, and thankfully you don't matter.

  5. ^^^ It isn't like the home was a museum, most people in Kansas City didn't even know about it before hand. And if it gets restored who lives in it. My guess it will be a family that has political connections.

  6. ^^And you do?


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