The Kansas City #TBT Morning Look

We start this morning playing a bit of ketchup with one of our all time faves and a hottie who remains newsworthy long after the death of the lad mags.

A quick Brit tabloid peek:

Daily Star: Kelly Brook brandishes whip as she becomes kinky rider in enormous cleavage exposé

The Sun: Kelly Brook admits boyfriend Jeremy Parisi forbids her from eating dessert two nights in a row

Express UK: Kelly Brook looks mortified as she flashes her knickers during filming for new commercial

Closer to home these news links are nearly as captivating but not quite curvy enough to merit a full post. Checkit:

Kansas City Convoy Help Wanted

Online shoppers, tough work conditions, create shortage of long haul truckers

The United States has more than 1.4 million truck drivers who move products around the country, and companies are having trouble keeping enough long-haul drivers. The job can be dangerous, exhausting and low-paying, which leads to high rates of turnover when the romance of the road gives way to frustration and tedium.

Golden Ghetto Drive Time Hype

Johnson Drive businesses see hope coming down road

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Kathy Gates is expanding her Missouri-based store, The Running Well Store to Mission on Johnson Drive just east of Lamar. "I started recognizing Mission last year. I came down and had my eye on it. Recent developments with recent things that are going into town definitely sparked something in me," Gates said.

Latest Local Runaround Report
Police looking for suspects following pursuit that crossed state lines
KCK Towering Inferno FAIL

'High-rise hell': Tenants at KCK apartment complex go month without A/C

KANSAS CITY, Kan. -- Tenants at a KCK apartment complex were hot, sweaty and fed up when they contacted FOX4 for help. They went without air conditioning all month. This has been the second hottest May on record, according to the National Weather Service. The average high this month was 84 degrees.

Kansas City Foodie Spring Mix

4 Must-Try Spring Menus in Kansas City

While unseasonably scorching temperatures make it feel like summer is already here, spring menus are still in full force in Kansas City for at least a few more weeks. The early growing season means a respite from root vegetables and heavy, hearty fare in favor of fresh greens and herbs.

Don't Call It A Comeback

Seven-run second inning, Dozier's first career homer power Royals to 11-8 victory

Alcides Escobar is a bad hitter. Even if you love the guy, you've got to admit that much. And putting a bad hitter second in the lineup...yeesh. Unforced error. And doing that whilst also resting the very good Whit Merrifield for the decidedly not Ryan Goins, and doing that while also playing the offensively-challenged Abraham Almonte?

The KC Hipster Booze Agenda

Tap List | Beer, Buns, Brilliant

It's a solid four-pack of beer. Literally a solid. Farm to Market Bread Co. has teamed up with Boulevard Brewing Company to make Boulevard Unfiltered Wheat Hot Dog Buns, which are out now and will be available until Labor Day. "Boulevard was gracious enough to work with us," Farm to Market Vice President John Friend said.

Bésame Mama - Poncho Sanchez is the song of the day and this is the OPEN THREAD for right now . . .


  1. Mission is the last place I'd ever move a business to. Retail wise it is dead, and I mean damn dead.

  2. Get CPA certified.


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