Monday, February 18, 2019

Kansas City Monday Morning Sit Down

Hottie Josie inspires this morning blast a glimpse of a struggling lingerie maker going high-end to help sagging profits:

Biz Insider: Victoria's Secret is now selling high-end lingerie from Paris that costs up to $200 for a bra

Closer to home, we're starting our day with these local news links:

Presenting The Kansas City Downtown Classy Agenda This Week
Ballet, Mardi Gras, Michael J. light up Big Town this week
Local Heart Healing

Tiny device packs big punch for heart failure patients

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - A sensor smaller than a dime is helping doctors keep heart-failure patients out of the hospital. Abbott's CardioMEMS is a device that measures pulmonary pressure. The new technology is being used at Saint Luke's Mid America Heart Institute, where 41 Action News met one patient benefiting from the sensor.

Kangroo Tribute

UMKC basketball retires Michael Watson's jersey number

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Former University of Missouri-Kansas City men's basketball player Michael Watson is a living embodiment of hard work yielding a dream come true. Watson became the third player in Kangaroos history to have their number retired Saturday, when the his No. 22 jersey was retired during an on-court ceremony at Swinney Rec Center.

From Food To Friends!!!

Local group rescues half dozen Greyhounds from China

LENEXA, KS (KCTV)-- A local group just returned from a long trip where they rescued a half dozen Greyhounds. The pups arrived in the metro on Sunday all the way from China.

Celebrate KC Baseball History

Negro Leagues Museum to celebrate league's 100th anniversary

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) - The Negro Leagues Baseball Museum is celebrating the 100th anniversary of a Kansas City meeting that sparked the league with a yearlong celebration. The Kansas City Star reports that the museum in the 18th and Vine District has announced the festivities will begin Feb. 13, 2020.

Kansas City High Art Review

Can't Buy Me Love: Kansas City Ballet's "Lady of the Camellias" - KC STUDIO

Kansas City Ballet's "Lady of the Camellias" is gorgeous. The costuming, the dancing, the sets and lighting evoke a shimmering dream world, enhanced by the romantic music of Frédéric Chopin. Saturday's performance at the Kauffman Center earned resounding praise from the audience. Choreographer Val Caniparoli used the popular and familiar (and semi-autobiographical) story by Alexander ...

Home Team Keeps Rebuilding

Kansas City Royals: The end of the Alcides Escobar era

Alcides Escobar was acquired by the Kansas City Royals after the Royals agreed to trade Zack Greinke and Yuniesky Betancourt to Milwaukee for Escobar, Lorenzo Cain, Jake Odorizzi, and Jeremy Jeffress during the offseason in 2010. Little did we know, this trade would completely change the way fans view the Royals.

Hozier - Almost is the song of the day and this is the OPEN THREAD for right now . . .


Anonymous said...


Give a Woman a Fish, and You Feed Her for a Day.
Teach a Woman To Wear Fishnets, and You Feed Her for a Lifetime!!!

(I might go to Hell for that one)

Anonymous said...

^^^^ Well, have a "100,000+" on the way!