As always, morning panty news comes first . . .
Inquisitr: Elsa Hosk Goes Topless For A Bathroom Selfie On Instagram
Page6: How to get Elsa Hosk’s party-ready red lips
Glossy: As Victoria’s Secret’s dominance wanes, more inclusive bra brands are swooping in to pick up the pieces
Closer to home, these news links dominate our morning . . .
Get Well Soon Granny!!!
Kansas City grandmother shot 21 times while battling gunman faces long recovery
Tech Credit To Mama
Grit and the gridiron might have helped shape Parker Graham's business acumen, but it's the influence of his coach in the game of life who inspired Destiny Wealth - his fintech startup that soon will move to Kansas City.
Radio Daze Playlist
Breaking News If you've not heard Will Sterrett deploy his magic during Jam or No Jam on the Dana and Parks Show... you really must. Typically he only needs to hear about a third of a second of a song and he can identify both song name and artist.
Show-Me Bovine Photo Bomb
COLUMBIA, MO (AP) - University of Missouri students were stunned when a towering dairy cow appeared on campus to make a cameo in a graduation photo shoot. The Columbia Missourian reports that senior animal sciences major Massimo Montalbano brought 3-year-old Amelia on campus Thursday to join his commencement photo shoot.
Kansas City Artsy Guide
Today's show: "Structured Vision: The Photographs of Ralston Crawford" is on view at the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art in Kansas City, Missouri, through April 7. The solo exhibition presents the late artist's photographs, which "provide an essential look at a vital era of abstraction in American art, and at the cultural scenes and subjects from which that creative sensibility arose," according to the museum's website.
KC Take On Christmas Comet
'Christmas comet' - the year's brightest - to pass by Earth this weekend
Sound Of KCMO History Tribute
Fifty years ago on Christmas Eve, the astronauts of Apollo 8 - the first humans to leave Earth's gravity - orbited the moon, photographing its dark side and witnessed the first view of an earthrise. Broadcasting back to Houston, they offered a Christmas greeting to those on Earth, where one in four people were watching the televised event.
Kodak Black - Gnarly is the song of the day and this is the OPEN THREAD for right now . . .