Thursday, March 21, 2019

The Kansas City #TBT Morning Layout



One of our favorite old school hotties inspires a #TBT glimpse at girl power among mature ladies. Take a peek:

DM: Heidi Klum, 45, is TOPLESS as she shows off her pert derriere while looking over Hong Kong skyline with fiancé Tom Kaulitz, 29

Fem1st: Heidi Klum encourages daughter not to 'pile on' make-up

CC: Invisible no more: the growing power of women over 60

Closer to home, we're giving these local news links a look for right now . . .

Kansas City Contracting For Old School Airport Terminal Destruction

Edgemoor announces local contractors for KCI terminal demolition - Kansas City Business Journal

The team behind the $1.5 billion single-terminal project has selected subcontractors for the early work on the project. Nine of the 10 are local minority- or women-owned businesses and 55 percent of the contract dollars on this portion of work will go to those nine businesses.


Watching Waters Rise Near KCMO

Congressman Cleaver tours flooded farms east of Kansas City

ORRICK, Mo. - It's a scene now common across Nebraska, Iowa and Missouri: Farm lands have turned into what looks like rivers. On Wednesday, Tom Waters, chairman of the Missouri Levee and Drainage District Association, gave a tour to U.S. Rep. Emanuel Cleaver (D - Missouri) of flooded farm lands near Orrick, Missouri, east of Kansas City.


Show-Me The Future

Looking To 2030, Gov. Parson And Tech Leaders Aim To Put Missouri On Top

Gov. Mike Parson set the bar high for the technology sector in the state during the Missouri Chamber of Commerce and Industry 2030 Technology Conference on Wednesday. According to the Missouri Chamber Foundation's Technology 2030 report, technology is one of the greatest areas of opportunity for the state and is growing in a way that opens the door for Missouri to be recognized as a leader.


Rock Chalk Tax Talk

Gov. Kelly says tax cuts 'would be a U-turn' for Kansas

TOPEKA, Kas. - Kansas Gov. Laura Kelly said Wednesday that a proposed tax relief bill would be a U-turn for Kansas, leading the state in the wrong direction as it continues to work to recover from financial issues. Tax cuts under former Gov. Sam Brownback left the state cash-strapped.


Here's How To Help Flood Vicitms

Salvation Army seeks donations to help with flooding relief

The Salvation Army is asking for donations to help flooded communities asking for supplies.Since Monday, the organization has collected 200 cases of donated bottled water, which has been delivered to communities up north."We have currently provided assistance to date for 100 individuals.


KCK Mexican Cuisine Tour

Where to eat on Central Avenue, quite possibly the most exciting culinary thoroughfare in the metro

Chase Castor Cruise down the seventeen or so blocks that make up Central Avenue, near downtown Kansas City, and you'll see what can happen when an immigrant community finds a welcoming home. This commercial stretch is largely free from the dull and oppressive hand of corporate influence.


Kansas City Living In The Past

Royals are brimming with optimism despite 100 losses last season

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Few teams coming off 100-loss seasons head to spring training full of confidence. The Kansas City Royals are an exception. Fresh off a strong finish to 2018, and after a quiet offseason for the first time in years, the Royals believe they are poised to take another step toward contention.


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3 comments:

Anonymous said...

TOP PHOTO -- STOLLEN OPPORTUNITY

When Heidi turned to admire the skyline, I blitzkrieged her Black Forest!!!

Anonymous said...

tear down that terminal, the less gates at the airport the better, and then connect it to union station with light rail, idiots!

Anonymous said...

and then the corridor to the airport and downtown will undergo a renaissance of unparalleled proportions, drawing an even greater population of international travelers, like the employees and consultants of Edgemoor, traveling specifically between downtown and union station, and the airport will need to be expanded with a special shuttle to the hoppin' Zona Rosa, known for its exquisite landscapes.

I think that worked somewhere else but i can't remember where.