Quick peek at celebrity guide to modern day life . . .
Saw1st: Anne Hathaway in Harper’s Bazaar Magazine
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MSN: Anne Hathaway plans to keep son away from social media
Closer to home, here's a glimpse at issues impacting the lives of local plebs . . .
Second Helping For Upscale Restaurant
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Plate is days away from returning to East Brookside. Fire closed the restaurant in its original location at 62 nd & Oak in April 2017. The new restaurant, a few blocks west on 63 rd Street, is a much larger space on the first floor of a former chiropractic college building.
Kansas City Snack Cake Winning!!!
Hostess Brands LLC plans to open a distribution center at Logistics Park Kansas City in Edgerton. The Kansas City-based snack cake company (Nasdaq: TWNK) will move its prime distribution operation from Illinois to a new building next year.
Meth Town Struggles To Stay Afloat
INDEPENDENCE, Mo. - Thelma Jordan, who owns Fairmount Liquors on U.S. 24 and Northern Boulevard in Independence, 41 Action News has talked to her at least six times about flooding. "Four years later, eight floods, and it's crazy," Jordan said. She puts up a clever, if not sarcastic, sign every time there's heavy rain.
Golden Ghetto Domestic Resources
OLATHE, Kan. -- Domestic violence is in on the rise in Johnson County, and it's depleting the county's only domestic violence shelter's resources. Now, the Johnson County District Attorney's Office is helping with a plan to make it easier for victims to get help.
Happy Rock Needs Trim
GLADSTONE, MO (KCTV) - Is the city of Gladstone shaming homeowners into keeping their yards presentable by leaving notices in their yard? Previously, the city only mailed you a letter if your property is a nuisance, but this year, it's trying something new and planting reminders in yards that need to be addressed.
Kansas City Life Lesson: Tech Game Powered By Game Show Style Cash Prizes
Student startups are growing rapidly on the University of Missouri-Kansas City campus, said Bryan Boots. Such acceleration has been further propelled thanks to the recent distribution of $75,000 in prize money, awarded to a series of winners of the Regnier Venture Creation Challenge Competition May 2-3, split across events at the Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation and UMKC.
Kansas City Soggy Weather Promise
(KCTV) - Spring rains can be heavy. Consider that May and June are the rainiest months of the year in Kansas City! It's not often we get a whole months' worth of rain in just over a week, but that just happened.
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