Early morning news look at the persistent problems of the panty game . . .
Barron's: Victoria’s Secret Bras Are in a Bear Market
Closer to home, these local somewhat nicer news links help us find perspective . . .
Insight Into Local Drama
Funny what a difference just a few words can make. Not long ago Sidonie Garrett, executive artistic director of the Heart of America Shakespeare Festival, and the organization's board of directors agreed to alter the theater company's mission statement. It marked a major shift.
Springtime KC Camp-out
There were 72 players on the field Saturday afternoon at Chiefs rookie minicamp
Kansas City Wine Review
In 1996, Jerry Eisterhold was running Eisterhold Associates Inc., his design firm, when he became fascinated with the idea of growing native grapes in Missouri for winemaking. He soon got his hands on cuttings from 60 grape varieties native to North America, largely identified by Thomas Volney Munson, an early 20th century viticulturist, and launched a vineyard with those unique - and almost forgotten - varietals.
Royals Need Youth Movement
As of Saturday morning, the Kansas City Royals are 11-22. Even though the calendar has barely turned to May, they are already 9.5 games out of first place in the AL Central. Quite obviously, this is going to be a long year for the Royals, at least in terms of wins and losses.
Tragic Conclusion This Weekend
WATERLOO - Family and friends of Micalla Rettinger, who grew up in Lenexa, Kansas, and who was the victim of a seemingly random shooting in Waterloo, gathered Friday to remember the young woman known for her caring spirit. The funeral Mass was held at Holy Trinity Catholic Church in Lenexa.
City College Study Guide
With finals fast approaching and stress mounting, the last thing any college student wants to do is make their finals season worse by not properly planning to face it head-on.
Kansas City Winning Whip Legacy
Believe it or not, back in 1938, a horse from Kansas City won the Kentucky Derby.
The Who - Who Are You is the song of the day and this is the OPEN THREAD for right now . . .