Thursday, August 09, 2018

Kansas City Thursday Morning News Look



We start the morning by catching up with one of our favorite Internets-focused hotties who joins Team Trump by proxy.

Checkit:

Peeps: Ivanka Trump Calls Karlie Kloss Her 'Sister' After Model Gets Engaged to Josh Kushner

Page Six: Karlie Kloss converted to Judaism to marry Josh Kushner

VF: Karlie Kloss Surprises Joshua Kushner and Flips Off the Paparazzi

Closer to home we offer glimpse of the top morning news links to start the day . . .

Celebrate Luxurious Kansas City Boozy Accommodations

In Kansas City, You'll Soon Be Able to Sleep in a Former Brewery

It doesn't get much more 'Heartland' than that. Kansas City is so hot right now. On the heels of the Queer Eye news (the Fab Five will film season three there) and the 21C opening, Aparium, one of the boldest American hotelier groups out there, has announced that they, too, are moving into Missouri's largest city.


Local Tech Talk Lineup Debuts

Techweek KC speaker lineup spans blockchain and 3D printing to fintech and inclusion

Techweek KC has released a diverse docket of events, panels and speakers that aim to inspire and mobilize the area's tech and entrepreneur community. Now in its fourth year, Techweek KC returns Oct. 8-12 with national tech, venture capital, nonprofit and blockchain leaders, said Drew Solomon, senior vice president of business development at the Economic Development Corporation of Kansas City.


Kansas Teen Political Prank Worked
No laughing matter: GOP teens garner 3,700 votes in tight KS gubernatorial primary
Kansas City Money Pit Feeding Time

'Zoo View:' Feeding Kansas City's hippo

KMBC 9 brings you "Zoo View," a behind-the-scenes look at what's happening this summer at the Kansas City Zoo. Our 11th edition allowed us to go behind the s...


EPIC Home Team Debut

Fillmyer earns first major league win as Royals topple Cubs 9-0

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Heath Fillmyer allowed three singles over seven innings for his first major league win, Adalberto Mondesi and Drew Butera each drove in three, and the Kansas City Royals beat the Chicago Cubs 9-0 Wednesday night.


Cream - Politician (Farewell Concert - Extended Edition) is the #TBT song of the day and this is the OPEN THREAD for right now . . .

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

The teens getting 3700 or so votes are just other high schoolers throwing their votes into the perverbial trash can. The parents of the teen candidates were idiots for urging their sons to pull this prank and make a travesty of the political system.
The right to vote is important. Many of the 3700 or so votes could have made a difference in the real gubernatorial election, but it didn't because they threw their votes away. Shame on them and the parents that didn't teach them better. I'll bet a couple of these ignorant candidates were in Mr. Niermans class.