This evening we finish this Friday with tribute to hottie Joey Fisher and just a few Kansas City MSM nice news links that provide a glimpse of local good life in this town for our beloved late night info-junkie denizens. Take a look:
Kansas City Doggie Relief
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Final exam time is probably the least favorite time of the year on most campuses. Cleveland University - Kansas City has instituted the "Paws and Relax" program to deal with exam stress. They have invited Pets for Life to bring their therapy dogs to various locations around campus in the week leading up to finals and during finals week.
City College Deep Thoughts
Have you ever been exposed to an opportunity that you wish you would've accepted? UMKC Enactus provides you with an opportunity to get more involved with your community and the environment, as well as participate in hands-on learning experiences in a welcoming space and at your own pace.
Hipster Dream Delayed
The Sundry relocated from the Crossroads to midtown's Plexpod Westport Commons in late 2017. It recently closed but a new tenant is expected to open in the space soon. email@example.com A move from a large freestanding Crossroads building to a midtown coworking facility with some built-in customers wasn't enough to save The Sundry cafe and marketplace.
Local Street Inspiration
BikeWalkKC's partnership with Hope Faith (formerly Hope Faith Ministries) began in 2016 with an Earn-A-Bike course. As a day center providing services for homeless and at-risk adults and children, Hope Faith's goal was to offer their guests an opportunity to build riding skills and get basic bike ma
Celebrate Kansas City Marathon Man
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Taking it in strides, a Kansas City man finally reached his goal of running 50 marathons in all 50 states. Jon Fizette wrapped up his last race at the Boston Marathon on Monday. In high school, Fizette was on the track and cross country teams. After graduating, he said he would run three to four miles here and there.
Crunching The KC Schedule Again
The Kansas City Chiefs will be celebrating their 60th season in style, hosting two home primetime games on Sunday Night Football and traveling to Mexico City in November to play the Los Angeles Chargers on Monday Night Football. Compared to last season's schedule, 2019 has a lot of similarities.
The Sacred Hipster Weekend
Food Truck Friday returns to Union Cemetery (227 E. 28th Terrace) from 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. this Friday. The initial lineup for the monthly food truck series, put on by the Union Cemetery Historical Society, is The Waffler, Taste of Brazil and Bop N' Bowl (Korean bowls, fried rice and potstickers).
And this is the OPEN THREAD for the overnight . . .