Quick double take at pop culture news and hottie Kim:
TMZ: Kim Kardashian Helped Free 17 Inmates in 90 Days ... Reuniting Them with Families
Peeps: Kim Kardashian Is 'Wet, Dripping' at the Met Gala in Mugler Dress that Took 8 Months to Make
Cosmo: Kim Kardashian's Personal Trainer Defends Her Cinched Waist at Met Gala 2019
Closer to home, here's a glimpse at Kansas City news from around the soggy metro:
Local Hipsters Prep For Mommy's Day
Courtesy Social Power Hour Monday, May 6 Chef Jasper Mirable recently returned from an Italian vacation eager to share some fresh springtime recipes with his customers. He'll do so during tonight's "Springtime in an Italian Piazza" dinner at Jasper's Restaurant (1201 West 103rd Street).
Local Driver Gambit Announced
CarMax's rollout of its buying experience continues. In December, the company announced a program it describes as a customer-driven buying experience in which customers can buy a car completely from home, in-store, or a combination of both. CarMax said it plans to make the program available nationwide to most customers by early 2020.
Kansas City Kitty Booze News
The Crossroads is really going to the cats. Caturday in the Crossroads, a benefit for KC Pet Project, is from noon to 4 p.m. on Saturday, May 11. The pub crawl, which has nine stops (five breweries and a winery), includes prizes for the best cat-themed outfit.
Media Move For Sports Newsies
Fox Sports Florida among 21 networks acquired by Sinclair Broadcast Group - South Florida Business Journal
Sinclair Broadcast Group on Friday announced it entered a definitive agreement to acquire 21 regional sports networks from The Walt Disney Company (NYSE: DIS), including Fort Lauderdale-based Fox Sports Florida. Sinclair agreed to buy the networks and Fox College Sports in a deal worth $10.6 billion, according to a news release.
Kansas City Chiefs After Draft Update
A number of Kansas City Chiefs roster moves (all of which we already noted here at Arrowhead Pride) officially hit the NFL transaction wire Monday afternoon. WR Josh Crockett, DT Henry Mondeaux and RB Aaron Ripkowski were released.
Eco-Idea In KCMO Flood Zone
KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) -- All the recent rain and flash flood warnings have businesses in flood-prone areas of Kansas City on edge. Kansas City Water Services purchased the entire strip mall along Indian Creek where Coach's Bar & Grill was once located. In the next six weeks or so, they'll demolish the buildings.
Kansas City Rain Delay Cont'd
Additional flash flooding is possible.
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