Wednesday, March 06, 2019

Kansas City Early Wednesday Lineup

The panty game thinks inclusive branding is profitable . . . Here's the economic take as we follow a higher calling for ass Wednesday . . .

Biz Insider: An activist shareholder is urging Victoria's Secret parent to update 'tone-deaf' brand image to boost sales

But we know better as this morning starts with eliminating the fluff and focusing on (slightly) more important local news offerings:

Confronting The KCMO Gang Crisis

Neighborhood leaders, organizations address gang violence in the Northeast

Kansas City Police Department, neighborhood leaders, and crime reduction organizations met Thursday, Feb. 28, to dig deeper into the roots of gang violence afflicting the Northeast community. Leaders and representatives unpacked the issue from a holistic perspective, as various departments spoke about their approach and specific roles in tackling violent crime.

Saving The Local Small Time

A small town community is fighting to save their historic town

Iatan, MO - The Village of Iatan, just North of Weston Missouri, used to be a bustling shipping port town alongside the Missouri river. It was a steamboat stop and a regular train stop, but flooding in 1881 moved the trajectory of the river west, moving business elsewhere.

Tech Crime Talk

KCPD solving crime faster with new technology, community partnerships

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - The largest police department in the United States is influencing how cops solve crime right here in Kansas City. "The technology that we have at our disposal makes it more likely that if you choose to commit a crime in our city, we will catch you," Kansas City Police Sergeant Jake Becchina said.

KC Sign Of The Times

A devastating fire burned a church down. Not a single Bible was touched by the flames

When firefighters arrived at Freedom Ministries Church in Grandview, West Virginia they were left stunned by what they saw. A devastating fire -- so hot that firefighters had to back out at one point -- was ravaging through the building, the Coal City Fire Department said in a Facebook post.

EPIC Drama Debuts Locally

Tony-Award winning play 'The Humans' at Unicorn Theatre

KANSAS CITY, MO - 'The Humans' is the winner of the 2016 Tony Award for Best Play and was a finalist for the 2016 Pulitzer Prize. It is about the Blake family, who gathers for Thanksgiving dinner in lower Manhattan at their daughter's new apartment.

Front Office Envy Check

Kansas City Royals: Do the Royals spend wisely?

In today's baseball, how much money you spend and who you spend it on are more important than ever for small market teams. These teams can't afford to sign A list free agents or overpay for under-performing players.

Kansas City Coldness Considered

Was this winter as cold as it seemed?

As the saying goes, "perception is reality," but is it? Let's use this past winter to test that theory. I know technically winter doesn't end until March 20 at 4:58, but seasonal winter records are kept from December 1 to February 28.

Post Malone, Swae Lee - Sunflower
is the song of the day and this is the OPEN THREAD for right now . . .


Anonymous said...


It makes no difference if you're black or white
When you're a Victoria's Secret girl
Your legs start strutting
While the music's pumping
You're a superstar, yes, that's what you are!

Beauty's where you find it
Not just where you bump and grind it!!!

MDLQ said... why did 'god' burn down that church?
maybe.......divine intervent. ..?