Tuesday, April 23, 2019

The Kansas City News Link Layout



Water promo puts drinking & advertising game on our mind . . .

Newsweek: Americans More Concerned About Pollution in Drinking Water Than Climate Change

Atlantic: The Instagram Aesthetic Is Over

Closer to home, these news link are on the top of our agenda:


Season Of Football Hype Cont'd

Chiefs' defense can challenge Patriots with addition of Frank Clark

11:03 AM ET Adam TeicherESPN Staff Writer Close Covered Chiefs for 20 seasons for Kansas City Star Joined ESPN in 2013 If there was any doubt that the Kansas City Chiefs were going for it in 2019 -- and as recently as a few weeks ago, there had to be -- they erased it on Tuesday with yet another bold move.


Local Ruins Stay Winning

Quindaro, once a stop on Underground Railroad, gets new life with federal designation

Dedication of the Quindaro Townsite as a National Commemorative Site brought out supporters and elected officials Tuesday. Speakers (from right) included former Rep. Kevin Yoder, Rep. Sharice Davids, D-Kansas, Rep. Emanuel Cleaver, D-Missouri and U.S. Sen. Pat Roberts, R-Kansas. . jtoyoshiba@kcstar.com Despite the unseasonably chilly April day, the atmosphere at the Quindaro overlook was warm and cheerful Tuesday afternoon.


Afternoon Roundup

KC police take 1 in custody following pursuit of vehicle tied to shooting

KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) - One person is in custody following a shooting and pursuit by officers in Kansas City's east side Tuesday afternoon. The vehicle being followed by police, a gold-colored minivan, was stopped in the area of 12th and Woodland after officers began pursuing it in the area of 19th and Vine.


This Turkey Captured, Too

Wild turkey caught in River Market

A wild turkey took a stroll through the River Market Tuesday morning before animal control officers picked up the confused bird.


Progressive Hip-Hop Hype

Why 'Hamilton' Matters, And How To Get Tickets For The Kansas City Run

As of today, Kansas Citians who've been eager to see the Pulitzer and Tony-winning musical, "Hamilton," can register for chance to buy tickets. Since the show's opening in 2015, tickets have been hard to come by in any city where it plays, and the ever-growing fanbase is willing to pay just about anything for a seat.


Big Buck For KC Tech Firm

After $1.25M seed round, Sprint alumni credit KC for Rogue Games' hustle

At just over 2 years old, a formerly indie mobile game publisher is rocketing to the top of its industry, with one of its founders attributing LA-based Rogue Games' success to its origins in KC.


Serving Up More Kansas City Taxes

PIEA, J. Rieger & Co. seek to create East Bottoms CID - Kansas City Business Journal

As the $10 million redevelopment of the new J. Rieger & Co. distillery continues to move forward, the Kansas City-based company, in conjunction with the Planned Industrial Expansion Authority, has filed a request with the City Clerk's office to establish a Community Improvement District, or CID, around the area to improve landscaping and infrastructure.


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

6 comments:

Censored Citizen said...

Since the CID worked for the failed fair weather toy train other people are wanting the same privilege for improving their area.
Hopefully this is defeated as we do not need a million and one CID's.

Anonymous said...

^^^^ +100

It's Free. Trust Us. said...

A dog collar company that's going broke in Silicon Valley.

Not Amazon but I suppose it's something.

Anonymous said...

how does the bike plan and the green new deal coordinate with this development?

Anonymous said...

The east bottoms where this is desperately needs improvements, if you know where knuckleheads is you’ll know where I’m talking about.

Anonymous said...

Screw this, is was a dumpy area when they moved into it so the can deal with it. This CID shit is getting old and abused to much.