We have always focused on hotties in our link compilations but let's not forget that political involvement is also very sexy and power is the ultimate aphrodisiac . . . Because most men find smart women, opinionated and accomplished women so very attractive. And so we give a brief tribute to AOC and her ground breaking hotness.
Closer to home, here are a few news links to start the day . . .
KC Remodeling Gone Wrong
KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) - Police are investigating after a vehicle crashed into a house Sunday night. Kansas City police are investigating after a vehicle crashed into a house located in the 400 block of North Jackson. Police are talking with neighbors and witnesses to find out how the incident happened.
Big Pharma Forgoes Profits
MO HealthNet, Missouri's Medicaid program, is offering new treatment options for patients with chronic pain. "Physical therapy, cognative-behavioral therapy, mental health therapy can sometimes help with pain, chiropractic and also accupuncture" said Todd Richardson, MO HealthNet director. MO HealthNet will cover a variety of therapies with the goal of giving people alternatives to opioids.
Good Times NEVER End In KCMO
OMAHA, Neb. (AP) - A new report says a March survey of business supply managers is signaling solid economic growth over the next three to six months for nine Midwest and Plains states. The report issued Monday says the Mid-America Business Conditions Index hit its highest level since August, 58.2, compared with 57.9 in February.
Local Concerts TOTES Worth It
KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- There are hundreds of bands and musicians coming to Kansas City in the next 100 days. This post includes a list of 100 artists coming to our area up till July 9, 2019. It includes bands that are household names, bands you most likely won't know, symphony performances, and Broadway musicals.
Many Crooks Find Salvation, Accept Jesus, Turn In Illegal Guns And Change Ways
KANSAS CITY, KS (KCTV) -- On the heels of a violent weekend in the metro, one Kansas City, Kansas church community wants to send a message of peace and hope. When Pastor Glenn Brady asked the congregation at Bethel Church who has lost a loved one to violence, there was a staggering number of people who rose to their feet.
Working-Class Waldo Loves Diversity And Spicy Food From Exotic Lands
Zach Bauman Since August, friends and enemies in the service industry have been telling me the same thing: You gotta go to Waldo Thai Place. Their passion surprised me, as did the marks their fingernails left in my arms. I've enjoyed the Liberda family restaurants, and mourned the 2015 closing of their Westport Thai Place along with every other Midtowner.
Kansas City Rises Above Global Climate Change Trends
We're watching rain chances starting on Wednesday
Kissing A Fool by George Michael is the song of the day and this is the OPEN THREAD for right now . . .