Friday, January 11, 2019

Kansas City Red Friday News Start



To begin this ULTIMATE KANSAS CITY RED FRIDAY we're inspire by hottie Arianny and just a few news items from the national scene . . .

ABS: Stepping outside octagon, Arianny Celeste bares plan to become a singer

BizInsider: Instagram has completely replaced TV as the most important way for advertisers to reach young people

Bloomberg: Instagram's Digital Ad Share to Double Despite Facebook Issues

Closer to home, here's a quick list of news worth watching right now . . .

Kansas City Life Lesson In Renewal

Lincoln Prep to get new football field and track

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Students at Lincoln Prep High School will soon get a new football field and full track. The KCPS Board of Education approved field renovations Wednesday night, which allows Lincoln Prep to have a competition field and host football and soccer games as well as track events at the school.


Newspaper Developer Promo

KC advances River Market, downtown Strata office projects | The Kansas City Star

The Kansas City Council on Thursday passed ordinances kick-starting negotiations on two office projects: a downtown tower called 'Strata' and a River Market development. Kansas City may guarantee debt on Strata.


Celebrate Habit Of Hype

Faithful Chiefs fans make pun-filled banners

KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) - KCTV5 is your Home of the Chiefs and we've introduced you to the artist who painted a massive "Pat" painting. Now, we're introducing you to two sisters who sent up a good luck prayer at the spot known as the "Shrine of Mahomes."


Fair Weather Fanboys???

As snow chances rise, Chiefs ticket prices drop but few left

Hide Transcript Show Transcript WEBVTT WHETHER THERE IS, TOMORROW AND SATURDAY. HALEY: THE WEATHER FORECAST IS HAVING AN IMPACT ON TICKET PRICES FOR THIS WEEKEND'S CHASE PLAYOFF GAME. -- CHIEFS PLAYOFF GAME. WILLIAM: MOST OF THE DIEHARD FANS ARE NOT GOING TO BE WORRIED ABOUT WHETHER.


Local Doggie Health Check

Titer testing offers alternative to annual vaccinations for dogs

KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) -- KCTV5 is investigating how often we vaccinate our pets. One local woman says she believes over-vaccination led to her dog's death. Vaccination has been proven to save animals lives, and experts say it has helped to eliminate many diseases in the United States.


Another Kind Of Kansas City Drama

Photo Flash: Kansas City Actors Theatre Presents DEATH AND THE MAIDEN

Kansas City Actors Theatre has completed casting for its production of Ariel Dorfman's Death and the Maiden, which will run from January 9th to the 27th at the City Stage in Union Station. The production will be directed by Cinnamon Schultz and will star Vanessa Severo, Robert Gibby Brand, and Rusty Sneary.


McTavish Morning List

6 Must-Do Things To Do In Kansas City This Weekend

Call it fierce fascination, powerful preoccupation or utter obsession, but we do what we must to absorb ourselves. To that engaging end, this weekend's go-and-do roundup offers assorted activities for people whose passions have a way of winning out. More power to them. But what if you're not really into any of what's shared below?


Backstreet Boys - No Place is the song of the day and this is the OPEN THREAD for right now . . .

6 comments:

Anonymous said...


Chiefs fans bar none? More like geeks bar none. How dumb, and to think these people aren't embarrassed.

Anonymous said...

^^Yet here you are on a blog for dying geriatrics at 8:18AM on a Friday. Yea, I'd take them over you any day. You couldn't be a more pathetic loser!

Anonymous said...

Cleaver speaks to With Dancing College Boobs Cortez!

“I’m sure Ms. Cortez means well, but there’s almost an outstanding rule: Don’t attack your own people,” said Rep. Emanuel Cleaver (D-Mo.). “We just don’t need sniping in our Democratic Caucus.”

Anonymous said...

Nobody listens to the cleave anyway, the sniping began along time ago, shows you how out of the loop the cleave is

Hyperblogal said...

The city is likely to guarantee the loan for the Strata development. This just proves the council is collectively insane.

Anonymous said...

I think you mean the TAXPAYERS OF KC will likely guarantee the loan. All city funds are extracted from the folks.