Quick peek at all the news on this old school hottie who remains on the national media scene . . .
UST: Jennifer Lopez keeps that iconic Versace dress she wore to the Grammys on a mannequin at home
Peeps: Jennifer Lopez on Blending Families with Alex Rodriguez
EOnline: Jennifer Lopez's Red Carpet Dress Will Leave You Breathless
Jezebel: This Week in Tabloids - Jennifer Lopez Keeps Rubbing It In
Grazia: Jennifer Lopez’s Second Act - How Her Body At 49 Is Better Than Her Body at 20
Closer to home, here are the news links that are worth a week this morning:
Kansas City Police Save Suspected Kidnapping Victim Overnight
KANSAS CITY, MO. - UPDATE: Late Wednesday night, Kansas City police say they found the possible kidnapping victim. Officers say she is safe and the man involved has been identified. Officers say the investigation is ongoing. PREVIOUS COVERAGE: Kansas City police are looking for a woman who was seen being forced into a car.
Redrawing Kansas City History
Everything about Walt Disney is legendary, especially in his hometown of Kansas City where a mythology has grown up around the young ad man who created the world's most-beloved character. But, what does anyone really know about that mouse? "How can the most popular fictional character in the world be someone that no one knows anything about?"
River Market Rescue
Woman cut out of car after vehicle strikes pole at 3rd and Grand
Old School Imaging Endurance
At Dereninger Camera Repair, there's no internet, no computers - just a landline, and it doesn't even have long-distance. Archie McGhee has been working here for over forty years, and he still comes in seven days a week, even when the East Brookside shop is closed to the public.
Southland Refugee Reprise
New salon opens in the metro after 2017 floods destroy former location
Fanboy Fashion Statement
KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) -- If you're planning to buy a Patrick Mahomes jersey, you might be out of luck. Managers at Rally House say they've been out of Mahomes jerseys since the beginning of November. But it's not just there, number 15 is hard to come by across the city!
KCMO Old School Endurance
This Max Bernstein pre-linen style postcard, circa 1925, was sent to Miss May Clifford, R.F.D. of Sedalia, Mo., on Aug. 5, 1925. It reads, "Greetings from the heart of America. Hope Dad and all keep well. Frequently we visit you in spirit. Devotedly, S. M. L & Co."
Barbra Streisand Neil Diamond - You Don't Bring Me Flowers is the #TBT song of the day and this is the OPEN THREAD for right now . . .