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Hottie Mariah has taken her magazine model game to Instagram with great success like so many other fashionistas. A few examples to offer insight on this newsworthy tech trend and the last social media platform to garner real public interest . . .
Daily Mail: Facebook and Instagram delete Tommy Robinson's profiles because the EDL founder broke social media giant's rules on 'organised hate'
Yahoo: £3m lost to Instagram 'get rich quick' scams in less than 6 months
Mashable: Ariana Grande is now the most followed woman on Instagram
Closer to home these local links inspire more contemplation . . .
Lesson In Playful Public Radio Headlines
Kansas City's tangled school boundaries will make the mayor's pre-K plan difficult to administer, opponents argued Monday at a news conference in the Northland. "North Kansas City as a whole has 14 different municipalities, causing huge concern for our board of education and our community that only one of our 14 municipalities would be eligible for resources within the mayor's plan," said North Kansas City Superintendent Dan Clemens.
Kansas City Turns Into A Dump???
Kansas City spends almost $11 million a year for trash and recycling services from private companies. that often have failed at the job. The City Council should consider citywide public garbage collection.
Ike & Grant Life Lessons Shared
One of the nation's top military historians, John McManus of the Missouri University of Science and Technology, examines the influence of Ulysses S. Grant on the military and presidential leadership of Dwight D. Eisenhower. It continues a series of events coinciding with the exhibit Eisenhower's Middle Road.
Visit KC Celebrates Fake Numbers!!!
KANSAS CITY, Mo -- Cranes are decorating the cityscape as they build new hotels downtown and bookings at Bartle Hall are on the rise. They're all indicators that convention business in Kansas City is making a comeback.
Golden Ghetto Fights To Save History
Some Overland Park residents are upset with the city's plan to replace the bandstand gazebo at Santa Fe Commons Park."It's probably one of the last remaining gazebos of its type in Johnson County," resident Ralph Beck said.Supporters of the old gazebo said they do not really have an issue with
Hipsters Schedule This Week
Birthdays at Ça Va and Tannin, fermentation discussions, and more: KC's food and drink events for February 25-March 3
Courtesy Tannin Wine Bar and Kitchen Monday, February 25 Opt for a Tequila Ocho dinner at Waldo Thai (8431 Wornall). Chefs Pam Liberda and Kevin Foster, and mixologist Darrell Loo, will be creating a four-course meal with drink pairings (the third course being a family-style meal with multiple options).
Kansas City Winter Persists
We'll see a huge temperature divide across Kansas City Tuesday
Kehlani - Nunya (feat. Dom Kennedy) is the song of the day and this is the OPEN THREAD for right now . . .