Sunday, October 14, 2018

Kansas City Sunday News Collection

Sunday morning insight courtesy of hottie Taylor and just a bit of news on the topic of fashion and biz. Take a look:

Elle: Victoria's Secret Angel Taylor Hill's Morning Routine Is Full of Positive Vibes

OK: Victoria's Secret Model Taylor Hill Is Treated Like Royalty In Tokyo

MarketWatch: Victoria’s Secret parent L Brands’ shares jump on search for ‘alternatives’ for La Senza

Closer to home, we're also drawing inspiration from these local morning news links:

Kansas City Helping Hand Home Repair
Local volunteers make over several homes for those in need
Dead-Tree Grocery Journalism

Two Kansas City Sun Fresh grocery stores differ vastly in availability of fresh, healthy food | The Kansas City Star

Aaron Randle looks at how two Sun Fresh stores in Kansas City serve grocery customers. Westport customers see fresh, healthy food at the front, while Blue Parkway shoppers are met with sugary, salty, fatty foods.

Ending Two Party Tyranny

With Voters Sour On Major Parties, Group Recruits 'None Of The Above' Candidates

In the middle of a fiercely-fought election between Democrats and Republicans, one group is trying to encourage voters to pick candidates from outside of the two-party system. The effort comes at a time when voters are dissatisfied with both major political parties.

Golden Ghetto Burns

3 injured in Sunday morning house fire in Lenexa

LENEXA, KS. (KCTV) -- Three people were hurt in a house fire Sunday morning in Lenexa. The initial fire call came out around 12:53 a.m. on Sunday morning in the 9700 block of Redbird Street. One of the victims is in critical condition, while the other two victims are in stable condition.

Classic Kansas City Real Estate

Kansas City Houses, 1885-1938

In an illustrated discussion marking the launch of his book Kansas City Houses 1885-1938, local scholar Michael C. Kathrens spotlights the golden architectural age in which our once rough-and-tumble town evolved into a fashionable city with exclusive neighborhoods on both sides of the Missouri-Kansas line.

Kangaroo Lady Drama
UMKC Theatre presents "Women"
Home Team Hype Hints

Kansas City Royals: Which player could help better the 2019 Royals?

There is no doubt that the 2018 season for the Kansas City Royals is not one that fans were extremely happy about. I am a huge fan of fantasy baseball (as well as fantasy football), but before fantasy sports began kids would gather at the playground and swap baseball cards for their favorite players.

John Legend surprises Baptist Church in West Philly ("How I Got Over") is the song of the day and this is the OPEN THREAD for right now . . .


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Anonymous said...

The red star is now mad at sunfresh grocery stores? Jesus Christ who’s running the paper nowadays, if that’s what the coloreds want to eat that’s their problem, hell, theyre lucky sunfresh is even there, god damn the red star is full of idiots, if you’ve ever had the unfortunate luck of being around colored people at the grocery store then you would know that’s all they eat is junk food. Why not write an article on why coloreds eat, behave and talk so poorly. If the red star did that, that would keep them busy with years worth of articles all by it self!

Anonymous said...

^^^ Omg whats next woo boy

And may all your council folks beeeeeeee..................


Anonymous said...

Excuse me kcur, I’m extremely satisfied with the Republican Party, it’s the other two that are extremely incompetent and extremely dangerous, even deadly with their violent protests so don’t dare disagree with them or they could kill you.

Anonymous said...

KCMO politics is entirely left wing lib/prog driven isn't it about time people take a stand and end this shit before they bankrupt this city and everyone in it?

Anonymous said...

It's amusing how representatives of a failing business (the Star), nevertheless think they know enough about business success to tell grocery store owners how to run their stores. Zero points for self awareness.

Anonymous said...

Every election cycle sees "Fringe" and "Third Party" candidates, but isn't it odd that, only when the Republicans are in power and nervous about losing some of it, that there is this large a number of extremely well-funded "Alternatives", receiving this much publicity?

One would almost think that Orman and his ilk were "straw men" deliberately being funded and created to draw anti-GOP votes away from real office seekers.

Anonymous said...