Monday, April 15, 2019

Back To The Kansas City Grind Monday


Hottie actress/model Kimmie at the Ivy inspires a bit of pop culture news contemplation that speaks to our blog community:

Federalist: In The Era Of Niches, Pop Culture Is Starting To Feel More Mysterious Than Ever

Closer to home here's a peek at some nice news:

Hipster Agenda From The Pitch

Easter brunch, a Waldo seafood boil, and more: KC's food and drink events for April 15-21

Courtesy Waldo Thai Monday, April 15 Waldo Thai (8431 Wornall Road) and Crane Brewing Company are teaming up tonight for a generous, one-off seafood boil. Chefs Pam Liberda and Kevin Foster are preparing several seafood courses, which will be paired with beer from Crane and cocktails by Darrell Loo and Mari Matsumoto.

City College Combos

Two academic mergers within UMKC

Not one, but two mergers of academic departments have recently taken place at UMKC. The Department of Theater has joined together with the Conservatory of Music and Dance, and the Department of Chemistry has merged with the Department of Biological Sciences. Chancellor Mauli Agrawal revealed this development in a letter sent to all staff and students in late March.

Fake Gronk Comeback Underway???

Travis Kelce doesn't know when he'll be 100% back from ankle surgery - but can't wait

Phase one of the Kansas City Chiefs offseason program got underway on Monday with meetings, strength and conditioning and physical rehabilitation. And on the first day... media appearances, too. Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce took to the podium and talked about the ankle surgery he underwent about six weeks ago.

Local Tribute To Victims

KC community will remember crime victims long after national week

KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Saturday marks the end of National Crime Victims Rights Week, but a local agency doesn't want people to stop talking when the week is over. Healing Pathway Victim Service Agency invited family and friends of crime victims to the Gregg/Klice Community Center.

College Fakeout Winning

Coyote decoy saves Park weeks of work, thousands of dollars

PARKVILLE, Mo. - A simple tool used to keep geese away is turning heads in Parkville, Missouri. Park University uses a coyote decoy to keep the geese of their soccer field. "It's working, so we are going to keep doing it," said Jay Griggs, sports field specialist for Park University.

Kangaroo Break Time Advice

Five nature getaways to get your hike on near Kansas City

There is more to Kansas City than tall buildings, busy sidewalks and the sounds of city life. If you want a nature get-away close to home, there are plenty of nearby hiking trails to give you a much-deserved break to enjoy the beautiful weather.

Local Forecast For Now

Looking ahead to a slight risk for thunderstorms Wednesday night

Large hail and damaging winds are the largest threat. Warm and windy Monday and Tuesday ahead of the expected storm system.

La Romana Feat. El Alfa - Bad Bunny is the song of the day and this is the OPEN THREAD for right now . . .


Anonymous said...

"The Medium Is The Message"

Anonymous said...

At least Kimmie isn't a Kardashian - hell, she's not even a quarter of a Kardashian!

Anonymous said...


Good dental health says one should use (and then throw away) a Toothpick after every meal.

Anonymous said...

Never heard of her but she makes me happy in pants.