Monday, April 29, 2019

News Links & Back To The Monday Grind



AND WE'RE BACK!!!

Hotty Abby and her booty make headlines whilst we take an educational peek at booty culture . . .

Engadget: The UK’s butt-shaped blimp could come back as an EV

PopSugar: These Are the Butt Exercises You're Doing Wrong and What to Do Instead, According to 4 Trainers

Not Abby But Related To Insta: This Influencer Had a Surgeon Certify That Her Butt Is Real

Closer to home, here are the more important local news links for right now . . .

More Locals Powerless In KC

Over 1,000 without power in Kansas City metro

KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) -- Over a thousand KCP&L customers were without power Monday morning. The largest concentrated number of outages were in Jackson County between Kansas City and Blue Springs. There were also several outages south of the metro into Mound City, KS and Mapleton. KCTV5.com is now with you on the go!


Good Cause Sacrifice

Golf course in heart of KCMO expanding

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - A Kansas City, Missouri, man is making a big sacrifice to expand his dream of building a golf course in the heart of the neighborhood where he grew up. Monday, crews will demolish Chris Harris' home.


Toy Train Construction Continues Despite Fed Funds Cut Under Prez Trump

Construction begins on shelters for streetcar's North Loop stops - Kansas City Business Journal

The Kansas City Streetcar Authority will begin construction on Monday or Tuesday at its North Loop stops near Seventh and Main streets. When the streetcar line was originally designed, it included sixteen streetcar stops but only thirteen had shelters.


Baseball Glory Awaits Locals

Kansas City T-Bones hold open tryouts

KANSAS CITY, KS (KCTV) -- If you think you have the skills to be a professional baseball player, you can have your shot right here in Kansas City. The Kansas City T-Bones are holding open tryouts for the 2019 season. To register on-site for tryouts it'll cost $105 per player.


Local Broke-Ass Freelancers Stay Winning

WeWork report links coworking space to startups' success

Nearly two years after it made its Kansas City debut, WeWork is delivering a measurable impact on the startup ecosystem, the company said Monday. A first-of-its-kind WeWork research project - the WeWork Global Impact Report - examined the scope of the Crossroads Arts District co-working site and its influence on entrepreneurs metro-wide.


New Digs For Useless Degrees

Kansas City Art Institute Adds New Liberal Arts Building In $30M Campus Overhaul

The Kansas City Art Institute kicked off construction on Friday of a new liberal arts building, part of a $30 million campus building program that's creating a new future for the 134 year-old school. "This is a pivotal moment in our college's history," said Tony Jones, the Nerman Family President of KCAI.


Greater KC Forecast For Now

Rain done for Monday, severe thunderstorms possible Tuesday

Hide Transcript Show Transcript DISTRICT HAS A CULTURAL EXCHANGE PROGRAM WITH THE SISTER CITY IN JAPAN. ALL PROCEEDS FROM THE FESTIVAL GO TOWARD THE PROGRAM. DONNA: HOPEFULLY ALL OF THIS RAIN WILL MAKE SOME THINGS BLOSSOM. NICK: WE GOT A LOT OF RAIN. THAT WILL POLLINATE WEDNESDAY INTO THURSDAY.


And this is the OPEN THREAD for right now . . .

3 comments:

Common Sense said...

Toy Choo Choo is biggest rip off of city taxpayers ever. And folks thought Penergast was a crook.

Anonymous said...

TOP PHOTO -- FLOORED BY HARDWOOD

After an interlude on the Big Deck, Abby was spent and barely able to drag herself back inside!!!

Anonymous said...

^^^ Aces.