Quick look at the world's biggest panty merchant refusing to change with the times for better and and worse. Take look:
Daily Record: Victoria's Secret recruits first ginger angel Alexina Graham - and she stuns in tartan
UsMag: Who is Alexina Graham? 5 Things to Know About the First Red-Haired Victoria’s Secret Angel
Fashionista: VICTORIA'S SECRET'S NEWLY CHOSEN ANGELS PROVE THE COMPANY REALLY, TRULY DOESN'T GET IT
Closer to home, these news links are worth a look tonight . . .
Cleaning Up The Neighborhood
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Eleven of the most dangerous neighborhoods in Kansas City, Missouri, got a spring cleaning Saturday as volunteers picked up trash in an effort to improve the communities in some small way. It's called the Urban Core Cleanup and, in addition to picking up trash, the group's goal also is to sweep away crime.
EPIC Crash Scene Today
KANSAS CITY, MO. (KCTV) --- Three people were hurt following a crash involving a semi-truck and car on Interstate 70 and Blue Ridge Cutoff. The wreck happened on I-70 westbound around 5 a.m. on Saturday morning. According to police, an investigation determined a westbound Ford Focus left the road and struck a barrier in the area.
Many Parking Lot Mistakes This Spring
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - It was a cold and rainy Saturday for tailgaters at the Kansas City Royals game. But that didn't stop one couple's family and friends from gathering for what they thought was a gender-reveal party in the parking lot before a game against the Chicago White Sox.
Downtown Loves Fanboys
There was an unusual combination of people roaming KC on Friday as the worlds of several fandoms collided.
Classy Cowtown Dancing
The 2019 New Moves show of the Kansas City Ballet once again brings us an impressive display of works by new and emerging choreographers.
The Best It Will Get
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) - Jorge Soler had three hits and three RBIs, Alex Gordon scored three runs despite not getting a hit and the Kansas City Royals defeated the Chicago White Sox 8-6 on a wet, cold and windy Saturday.
Meet The New Kangaroo Honcho
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Missouri-Kansas City officially introduced former Northwestern assistant Billy Donlon on Friday. Donlon will take over its men's basketball program, which has never qualified for the NCAA Tournament at the Division I level. At the press conference, Donlon expressed his gratitude for being hired and his goals for the future.
And this is the OPEN THREAD for right now . . .