Tuesday, November 20, 2018

The Kansas City Tuesday Morning Look

A Tuesday morning study of life and ladies amid the current pop culture . . .

Stella Maxwell and Irina Shayk in Madame Figaro – November 2018

Widows Proves That Women Don't Have To Be Best Friends All The Time

Women Prefer Their Friends To Their Husbands, According To A Study & Yay For BFFs

Women Discussing Sex With Their Friends Is Associated With Increased Sexual Health & Well-Being, Study Finds

No female friends, no social media: Woman sparks huge online debate with list of strict rules for husband

Closer to home, we're getting friendly with these local news links:

Old KCI Still Going Strong
October Traffic Reaches an All-Time High at Kansas City International Airport
Channel 5 Touts Greatest Hits

KCTV5 News Investigates: In-depth stories that impacted you, where they stand now

KCTV5 News goes in-depth on some of our biggest investigations that impacted you the most. We begin with a major report from investigative reporter Angie Ricono: Now to a report that had one of the biggest responses we've ever seen.

Family Need Help Finding This Dude
KCPD asking help locating missing 28-year-old man
Upbeat Internets Celeb

Olathe 'motovlogger' finds success by spreading positivity in YouTube videos

Walteriffic is a name that does not ring a bell among most parents, but their kids probably know him. Walteriffic, as he calls himself on his YouTube channel, makes videos with a small GoPro camera attached to his motorcycle helmet. The 26-year-old rides around town, talking to people he meets and commenting on things he sees.

Hope Floats: Survivor Story

Bonner Springs woman finds clarity in chaos after surviving boating accident

BONNER SPRINGS, KS (KCTV) -- As we approach Thanksgiving, we have found a local woman who has found a way to be thankful despite an unbelievable "blip" in her life-plan. An accident almost claimed Lindsey Roy's life but ended up giving her a grand perspective.

Golden Ghetto Remembers???

Johnson County Library searching for owner of old family photo

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - The Johnson County Library is searching for the owner of an old family photo it believes was mistakenly left at the library. A library employee found the photo in the donation bin at the Lackman Library in Lenexa.

Kansas City Eternal Tribute
Man who set winery and self on fire eulogized in Kansas City
Elle King - Shame is the song of the day and this is the OPEN THREAD for right now . . .


Anonymous said...

Jesus what a fucking asshole to take someone's business down with him.

Anonymous said...


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