Wednesday, March 06, 2019

Kansas City Midday News Look



Ass Wednesday continues with this pop culture reminder that swimsuit season is one of many ways MSM will prey upon lady insecurities. Also, here's an update from one of the world's greatest models, biz ladies and hottie . . .

Daily Mail: Emily Ratajkowski proudly flaunts pert derriere in skimpy swimwear from her own range

Fox News: $14 ‘Amazon Swimsuit’ gets rave reviews

HB: Here’s How Emily Ratajkowski Got Out of Paying Her $5k Rent

Closer to home, here are the top local news links we're checking right now . . .

Prepping Kansas City Growing Season

Urban farmers in Kansas City stay active in winter

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Community gardens and urban farming plots in Kansas City may look brown and lifeless right now, but there's still a lot these farmers can do in the winter. "Farmers don't just stop working during winter, especially small-scale organic growers.


Immigrants Work Harder

Most People In Kansas And Missouri Fail History In U.S. Citizenship Test, Survey Shows

Most people in Missouri and Kansas could not pass the history portion of the U.S. citizenship test, according to a survey released in February. Neither could most Americans. The survey, conducted by the Woodrow Wilson Foundation in Princeton, New Jersey, polled 41,000 people in all 50 states, and 60 percent of them failed the exam.


Local Morning Infrastructure FAIL

I-435 back open at Truman Road after water main break

Crews have reopened I-435 northbound at Truman Road after a water main break forced closure of the interstate early Wednesday. KC Water inspectors said a break in a 12 inch water main caused flooding in the northbound lanes of the interstate Wednesday morning.


Season Of Scamming Guests From Iowa

With big basketball tournaments coming to town, beware of 'March Madness' ticket scams

OVERLAND PARK, Kan. -- It's the most exciting time of year for college basketball fans. But experts warn, for many people every year, "March Madness" becomes March sadness.


Local Lady Biz Winning

WIRED together: How mentorship led 22 women to a multimillion-dollar investment

Collaboration among like-minded women forms a dangerous advantage, said Sheryl Vickers and Audrey Navarro. The duo helped found WIRED - Women in Real Estate Development - to foster mentorship and investment among women in the male-dominated and individualistic commercial real estate world.


Considering Front Office Mistakes

Kansas City Chiefs: Re-Drafting biggest misses of past decade

This time of the year, it's all about the NFL Draft, the best and most economical way for teams to build their teams, whether it's in the search of a franchise quarterback or plugging holes to keep open a window of opportunity.


Kansas City Warmup Forecast

Temperatures expected to break freezing, barely

Snow is possible north of the metro area


And this is it the OPEN THREAD for right now . . .

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

"Barely"? Upper forties and fifties are "barely"? Guess it's all they've got to work with, since they can't predict another 'snowmaggedon' at this point.