Monday, December 17, 2018

The Kansas City Afternoon Roundup



As always, panty news comes first . . .

Saw1st: Lorena Rae lingerie photo shoot

Guardian: Underwear revolution- how lingerie grew up and put women’s comfort first

Maxim: 5 Great Lingerie Gifts For Her

Closer to home, here are the news links that count . . .

Kansas City Hipster Agenda For Christams

The Rieger and Crane Brewing Company celebrate anniversaries, 'phish tacos,' and more: KC's food and drink events for December 17-23

April Fleming Monday, December 17 Culinary adventurers Elise Landry and Adam Wagner (formerly of Ça Va, the Antler Room and more) have spent the past couple of years traveling the world and learning about different cuisines. The couple have returned to Kansas City for a brief spell, and while they're here they are hosting a multi-course, specialty pop-up dinner at Bluestem (900 Westport Road).


Fear The Future In KCMO

Seg. 1: Stories From Solitary Confinement. Seg. 2: Will Social Security Be There For You?

The punitive practice in the United States of placing prison inmates in solitary confinement is being challenged as a moral and civil rights issue. The punishment where convicts are isolated with minimum human contact has been viewed by those fighting to end it as cruel, inhuman, and unnecessary.


Local Foodie Pr0n Celebration & Suburban Store Grand Opening

St. Louis chain Mission Taco Joint opens second KC site - Kansas City Business Journal

St. Louis-based Mission Taco Joint has opened its second Kansas City location in the South Plaza area at 5030 Main St. The first Mission Taco Joint opened in 2013 in St. Louis' Delmar Loop. The chain now has six locations, all in St. Louis and Kansas City, featuring West Coast-style street tacos.


Cowtown Doggie Tech Winning

Best-in-show FitBark pet tech now groomed for 2019 launch on FitBit

Kansas City-bred FitBark is set to unleash a new partnership with industry-leading fitness wearable FitBit in early 2019, the company announced Monday. "For many of us, happiness is about helping others achieve their goals," said Davide Rossi, CEO and co-founder of FitBark.


Kansas City Giveaway Redux

KC Council takes up KCATA River Market project - Kansas City Business Journal

The Kansas City Council on Thursday is scheduled to take up a long-discussed project that would turn a block of surface parking in the River Market into a transit-oriented development. On the council's agenda is an ordinance authorizing the city manager to to negotiate a development agreement with the Kansas City Area Transportation Authority (KCATA) and Briarcliff Development Co.


Local X-mas Good Deeds

Kansas City-area business donates $12,000 in mattress sets to kids in need

LIBERTY, MO (KCTV) -- Crowley Furniture and Mattress donated $12,000 worth of mattresses on Monday to help Kansas City area children and families in need. The company delivered 60 brand new mattress sets on Monday to Sleepyhead Beds' facility near 56th Street and Troost Avenue.


Kansas City Destiny???

Chiefs playoff picture: Steelers beat Patriots edition

It's been a long few days for Kansas City Chiefs fans. Following their 29-28 loss to the Los Angeles Chargers on Thursday night, the Chiefs (and their fans) had to wait almost three days to get any good news about their hopes for the postseason.


And this is the OPEN THREAD for right now . . .

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

Yes the tourists will flock here by the billions for this smorgasbord of Midwestern flair.

Anonymous said...

KCMO has become like a North American penal colony with gnashing of teeth where people basically devote themselves to screwing each other over in one form or the other.

Anonymous said...

"On the council's agenda is an ordinance authorizing the city manager to to negotiate a development agreement with the Kansas City Area Transportation Authority (KCATA) and Briarcliff Development Co."

After this passes KCMO will be the big loser because Troy boy will lose the negotiating game.

Anonymous said...

Just what the struggling merchants in the City Market need, less customer parking.