Farrah & Kansas City 1st Friday June 2018

Hottie Farrah is an inspiration to all single-moms and we would be remiss if we didn't share this headline from not so long ago . . .

Teen Mom OG: Farrah Abraham shares vaginal rejuvenation treatment and jokes about getting machine at home

Closer to home, here's a KCMO 1st Friday afternoon roundup:

Serious Summer Prank Warning

KCPD, FBI warn not to point lasers at aircraft

Kansas City police and the FBI are warning residents not to point lasers at aircraft. Authorities said the pilot of a Kansas City police helicopter was hit directly in the eye with a laser pointer while on routine patrol over east Kansas City last month. Police arrested one person.

Urban Core Critique
It's time to talk about art in the Northeast
Latest Kansas City Close Call

Shots fired into KC home narrowly miss teenager, child

Kansas City police are investigating after shots were fired into a home early Friday narrowly missing a teenager and child. Police said they were called at 12:47 a.m. to the 1700 block of East 80th Street. A teenager told investigators that he was lying down, trying to get a small child to sleep when he heard several gunshots.

Kansas Gets Curiouser and Curiouser

Dental activist, horse lover Vermin Supreme files for Kansas attorney general

A boot-wearing, pony-loving political satirist who runs for president every four years has filed for Kansas attorney general. Baltimore native and political performance artist Vermin Supreme filed Friday. Supreme announced his plans to run for Kansas governor in an interview Thursday.

Show-Me Bad Numbers

Missouri report: Black drivers 85 percent more likely to be stopped

ST. LOUIS (AP) - Nearly four years after protests in Ferguson raised concerns about racial profiling of blacks in Missouri, a report from the state attorney general shows that African-American drivers are 85 percent more likely to be pulled over than whites -- the highest level in the 18 years the state has compiled data.

Unlucky Odds After Water Park Decapitation

7 rides allowed to open at Schlitterbahn Water Park

Seven rides are now allowed to open at Schlitterbahn Water Park. Eleven rides were shut down last week after a Kansas audit found several safety violations. The Wyandotte County District Attorney's Office announced Friday that the seven rides -- Bahnzai Pipeline Tube Slide, Black Knight Tub Slide, Blitz Falls Aquaveyor, Cyclone, King Kaw Aquaveyor, Storm Blaster and Twister -- are now in compliance.

The Big Shows Tonight
June 2018 First Friday Radar
Diverse Sound Of Kansas City

There ain't any lip-syncing on Miss Daisy Buckët's debut album

Zach Bauman It's a chilly, late-March afternoon up on the roof of the new Messenger Coffee headquarters in the Crossroads. Spencer Brown is sipping coffee and wearing a hoodie over a denim jacket covered in enamel pins - a far cry from the ornate gowns and fancy cocktails favored by Brown's alter ego, the drag performer known as Miss Daisy Buckët.

And this is the OPEN THREAD for right now . . .


  1. Of course black drivers are 85% more likely to be stopped by police. They’re more than 85% more likely to be criminals.

  2. 100% likely to live in shitty trailer ^^^

  3. Now a St. Louis TV station implying a racial quota on traffic stops.

  4. Anybody how Great Wolf Lodge did in their audit of compliance with the Kansas Amusement Ride Act?


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