Tuesday, April 16, 2019

Kansas City Tuesday Nice News Look



Right now we have a quick collection of pop culture goodness along with an important look at health news for Tuesday . . .

Daily Star: Kara Del Toro says mega curves are ’100%’ natural - and reveals how YOU can be her man

Ref: Why Spring Is The Perfect Time To Get An Under-Boob Tattoo

News4 Reminder: Men battling breast cancer need to know they're not alone

CNN: Surgery tied to 44% increased survival in women with advanced breast cancer

Closer to home, here are a great many nice news links that are local and also deserve a peek. Checkit:


Hyping Kansas City Springtime

As quickly as flowers, spring excitement is growing in KC

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Spring is finally here after one of the longest, coldest and snowiest winters in recent Kansas City memory. "It's just great to be outside, it's time for new plants," said Anne Wildeboor, a horticulturist at the Overland Park Arboretum. "Seeing those things emerge, when they are coming up gets me so excited.


Locals Share Fond Memories

KCMO church reflects on Notre Dame Cathedral fire

KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) - Several people who worship at Brookside's Visitation Church have ties to the French cathedral, many have been there. And when they installed a beautiful organ in 2004, it was dedicated with a performance by Notre Dame's organist. Visitation rehearsed Monday for its Easter Sunday Mass.


Building South Kansas City

Cerner's newest phases at Innovations Campus push ahead - Kansas City Business Journal

Construction on phases three and four of Cerner Corp.'s $4.5 billion campus in south Kansas City continues full-steam ahead. The $220 million phase of the project will nearly double the amount of office space on the Innovations Campus, with 777,000 additional square feet and room for 3,000 more employees.


Local Rugrat Event Announced

The iconic Muppets are coming to Kansas City

KANSAS CITY (AP/KCTV) -- The nonprofit Sesame Workshop said Tuesday a selection of Muppets will take part in a 10-city trip including Kansas City. The trip is to celebrate the show's 50th anniversary campaign with free park festivals, live performances and kid-friendly activities.


Kansas City On Call Dedication

KCPD honors dispatchers during National Telecommunicators Week

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - It's National Public Safety Telecommunicators Week, and the Kansas City Police Department has a special dispatcher kicking the celebration off. Carrie Brown celebrated 28 years as a KCPD dispatcher on Monday. She still remembers her first days on the job.


Football Fanboy Line-Up

Single-game tickets for the 2019 Chiefs season go on sale Thursday

KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Set your alarms, Kansas City! Single-games tickets for all 2019 home Chiefs games season go on sale Thursday at 10 a.m. Season ticket holders have access to a special presale that starts at 8 a.m. Also beginning at 8 a.m., Jackson County, Missouri, tax payer will have access to a special ticket allotment.


Kansas City Family Freebie

'Sesame Street' hosting free festival for families in Kansas City at Theis Park

"Sesame Street" will be hosting a free family festival in Kansas City in July.The festival, which is part of "Sesame Street's" first-ever nationwide road trip, will be in Kansas City on July 13.It will be held at Frank A. Theis Park from 10 a.m.


Liberty Po-Po Safety Check

Leave your garage door open in Liberty? You might get a visit from police

THE 9:00 P.M. ROUTINE. MARTIN IT IS A CONCERN ABOUT GARA DOORS BEING LEFT OPEN. IF YOU LEAVE YOUR GARAGE DOOR OPEN, IT IS AN INVITATION FOR TROUBLE. LAST NIGHT POLICE OFFICERS AND VOLUNTEERS PAID AN EVENING VISIT TO FOLKS WHO STILL HAD THEIR GARAGE DOORS OPEN.


Witness Springtime Bloom

Monarchs To Flutter Through Kansas, Catch Them While You Can

The annual spring migration of monarch butterflies from Mexico northward could reach Kansas in the next few weeks. The monarchs are important pollinators across the U.S. but have seen large declines in their numbers due to habitat loss and climate change.


Talking Platforms

Twitter Is For Pitching Journalists And Instagram Is For Listening To The Public

As we reflect back on what Twitter has become over its 13 short years and how its evolution has been so dramatically different from its peers, one particularly stark finding is that Twitter has become a platform to listen and talk to elites.


Social Media Hates You

Is your vacation beautiful enough for Instagram?

How do you decide where to go on personal trips? For most Americans, that choice could hinge on how they think the destination will look on their Instagram feed. The poll of 8,000 U.S. and European travelers commissioned by the big European online travel company eDreams found that 52 percent of U.S.


JoCo Talks Equal Access

Breastfeeding coalition pushes for change in Johnson County

FAIRWAY, KS (KCTV) -- The Johnson County Breastfeeding Coalition is inviting local businesses to become more family friendly by providing a comfortable, clean place for mothers to breastfeed. It's all part of an initiative called 'The Breastfeeding Welcome Here' program. A decal will be given to businesses that pledge to support breastfeeding.


Kansas City Weather Newsies Share Somewhat Obvious Words Of Wisdom

When thunder roars, go indoors

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Lightning is 5 times hotter than the surface of the sun, reaching temperatures of 50,000° F. It's powerful, dangerous and can be deadly. The United States had 17 lighting fatalities in 2018, two of which occurred in the Kansas City area.


Hozier - Almost is the song of the day and this is the OPEN THREAD for right now . . .

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