On the topic of world-class hotties trying to shape up their image and sell more panties . . .
Daily Caller: Victoria’s Secret Angels Will Appear On ‘Family Feud’
CNN: Target tries to capitalize on Victoria's Secret's struggles
Adweek: Amid Declining Sales, Victoria’s Secret Is Bringing Back a Once-Sure Thing - Swimwear
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Changing Sign Of The Times In KCMO
City workers put up the first street sign in Kansas City honoring Dr. Martin Luther King today. The ceremonial installation made concrete the city council's decision to rename Paseo Boulevard to honor the civil rights leader. The sign is at the corner of 34th Street and the renamed street, still called by many "the Paseo."
Kansas City Gift Of Life Needed
KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) -- Due to winter weather and the holidays, area hospitals and the Community Blood Center are operating in a blood emergency. CBC's inventory took a large hit during the height of the holiday season and continues to see a significant drop in donations due to the cold and flu season, and winter weather, including the snow and ice storms that canceled local blood drives over the past three weeks.
KCK Families Need Better Foodie Options
It's still about a year out, but there's a new grocery store coming to downtown Kansas City, Kansas, and Katherine Carttar, director of economic development for the Unified Government of Wyandotte County and Kansas City, Kansas, said it's long overdue. "We've had a food desert in this area for far too long," Carttar said.
Lady Meetup Inspiration Monday
The Kansas City Business Journal hosted its sixth-annual Mentoring Monday at the Overland Park Convention Center on Monday morning. The event brings together Kansas City's top businesswomen, who serve as mentors, and women seeking career advice. Those who attended - the mentees - had the opportunity to talk with the mentors in a fast-paced, one-one-one setting and participated in a variety of roundtable discussions.
Expert Kansas City Biz Dude Warns: Youngster Tech Targeted
Editor's note: The opinions expressed in this commentary are the author's alone. This piece follows a limited series by Startland exploring parent advocates' objections to 1:1 technology initiatives. Click here for more on that topic.
Golden Ghetto Earns More Time
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Olathe high schools will lose a day of spring break to make up for snow days, the district announced Monday. Students will now return from spring break on March 18, which was originally scheduled as a professional day, Olathe Public Schools said in a letter to parents.
Kansas City Coldness Approaches
Clouds will be on the increase for your Tuesday. We'll see a high of 41 degrees. Drizzle is possible Tuesday evening.
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