The Kansas City Midday News Rinse

First, we contemplate local trends in advertising . . .

SAWFIRST: Trista Mikail at 138 Water Bikini Photoshoot in Calabasas

Then we check some of the top news stories in Kansas City right now . . .

Enjoy It, You Paid For It

This Year, Art In The Loop Turns Downtown Kansas City Into One Big Playground

When you see a stranger on public transit, what's your usual reaction? Do you make eye contact, even small talk, or studiously ignore them and play Pokémon Go on your phone? Traveling with Megan Karson's The Stranger on the Train, reactions are a little different.

Airport Nightmare Continues

KC airport committee green-lights $14.28M contract with Paslay - Kansas City Business Journal

Paslay Management Group will act as the owner's representative for the city during the $1 billion single-terminal modernization of Kansas City International Airport. Its initial contract includes $11.9 million for one year of work and $2.38 million to cover contingencies.

Perfect Village Ruckus Report

Police: Alcohol, speed could be factors in Prairie Village rollover crash

Police in Prairie Village believe alcohol and speed were factors in an early-morning rollover accident on Friday.

Stay Cool Kansas City

Hospitals plan for influx of patients with heat-related ailments

Doctors in the Kansas City area are preparing for a surge in patients as a heat advisory goes into effect Friday afternoon, and remains in active through the weekend. When high heat and humidity occur, hospitals see more patients with heat exhaustion and heat stroke, said Dr. Stefanie Ellison, with Truman Medical Center.

Celebrate Kansas City Booze Fest

Boulevardia beer and music festival returns: Here's what's new and what you need to know

KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Boulevardia returns to the metro for its fifth year this weekend, and more than 40,000 people are expected to attend. It's a two-day beer and music festival held this Friday and Saturday in the Stockyards District of Kansas City.

Kansas City Tradition Cont'd

Taps at the Tower returns for a week at Liberty Memorial, picnics welcome

Taps at the Tower returns to the Liberty Memorial on Sunday, June 17, and will repeat daily about 8:45 p.m. through Saturday, June 23. This year there will be a $100 prize package drawing for people who post photos of the event on social media.

Tough Home Stand Ahead

Royals look to snap Astros' winning streak at The K

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - The Kansas City Royals eliminated the Houston Astros in the 2015 postseason while on their way to winning the World Series. The two clubs have taken different paths since. The Astros, who are the 2017 World Series champions, bring an eight-game winning streak Friday to Kansas City for the opener of a three-game series.

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


  1. 14 mil to be an owner rep LOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOL all you bitches insane not just the 1/2 naked dead one with sword you descended upon in masse. Pretty sure I know folks who can do these jobs cheaper and more effectively.


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