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SunUK: FOXY LADY Sam Fox says Love Island inspired boob jobs and fillers have left young women ‘looking exactly the same’ and reveals pictures of her ‘double chin’ drove her to seek treatment
Closer to home, news links dominating our tonight . . .
Salad For The Community!!!
A group in Kansas City, Kan., is getting community members involved in the planning for a mobile grocery truck that would sell healthy and affordable food in neighborhoods that lack good grocery stores.
Tech Office Space Dreamz
Editor's note: KCultivators is a lighthearted profile series to highlight people who are meaningfully enriching Kansas City's entrepreneurial ecosystem. The KCultivator Series is sponsored by WeWork Corrigan Station , a modern twist on Kansas City office space. MECA Challenge and Startland News are both programs of the Kansas City Startup Foundation, though the content below was produced independently by Startland.
Newspaper Wants You To Quit
A case study of a couple who decided retirement was in the cards.
Ex-Burb Angst Cont'd
BLUE SPRINGS, Mo. -- Homeowners in a Blue Springs neighborhood are furious about what they call sloppy construction work. "Really no notice. Nobody said anything. Then all the sudden I get home from work one day and there's holes in the yard," homeowner Steve Gwadera said.
Burnt Steak For Dinner
A Northland restaurant had to be evacuated after fire broke out Thursday afternoon. Firefighters were called to the Longhorn Steakhouse on Northeast Barry Road Thursday. When they arrived on scene, flames were shooting from the roof. Fire crews were able to extinguish those flames.
Kansas City Foodie Conversation
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - This week Chew Diligence co-hosts Lindsay Shively and Jill Silva are joined by Chef Michael Foust, founder of The Farmhouse in the now-teeming City Market district, and Black Sheep + Market on 39th Street.
Latest Cowtown Forecast
We'll struggle to approach freezing in the KC area Friday
And this is the OPEN THREAD for right now . . .