Wednesday, June 19, 2019

Kansas City Leg Up News Links Tonight



The fashion world is evolving or simply just getting a bigger market share. Take a peek:

Saw1st: Ashley Graham in Allure US Magazine – July 2019

CNN:Plus-size mannequins reveal our warped perception of 'normal'

Yahoo: Investors Catch On to Plus-Size Fashion: The Broadsheet

Closer to home these news links inspire a peek tonight . . .

News Now Sells Real Estate

In Focus: The Grand Apartments go back in time to become new again

The downtown housing market is booming, and new apartments are being built every day.KMBC 9's Katie Horner is focusing on how one Kansas City building went back in time to become new again. Today, we're focusing on The Grand Apartments, which provides luxury living in an historic bank building.


KC Biz Across Borders

Kauffman Foundation's Erin Jenkins bounces between contrasting cultures, startup life

"I'm proud that in the States we've developed a culture where tolerance is higher for going out on a limb, having an idea and putting it all on the line, and figuring out how to make it a reality," Erin Jenkins said.


Kansas City Burger Review

McDonald's UK has a Kansas City-themed burger, and we need to talk

McDonaldsUK SOURCE: McDonaldsUK OK, McDonald's. We need to have a little chat. Here in Kansas City, we're accustomed to having our food imitated all the time.


Own Your Alcoholism!!!

Ready to put your name on a Boulevard beer? Now's your chance - Kansas City Business Journal

Boulevard Brewing Co., the largest brewery in the Kansas City area, is giving customers an opportunity to put their name on the neck of bottles of Pale Ale. In return for a $60 contribution to one of five charitable organizations, up to 1,000 people will have have their name and hometown printed on the neck labels of hundreds of bottles of special 30th anniversary Pale Ale bottles.


Nearly Classic Kansas City

The Shakespeare fest's fun Shakespeare in Love raises the Bard at Southmoreland Park

Brian Paulette The long cold winter of our discontent has blossomed into glorious summer, and the Heart of America Shakespeare Festival, now in its 27th year, is a poetic proclamation of the season. Even the show's prologue has become a ritual, the opening pronouncements by its veteran Beggar for the Bard (Steve Loethen) a familiar singalong.


Making Losing Safe Space

Royals evaluate safety measures while Chicago White Sox adds more netting

KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) - The Kansas City Royals say they are evaluating their safety standards concerning netting at Kauffman Stadium. "Fan safety is of great importance to the Royals as evidenced by our being one of the first teams extending the netting to the ends of the dugout, which was well beyond the MLB standard at the time," according to a statement given to KCTV5 by Toby Cook, Vice President of Publicity for the Royals.


Starting Muggy Summer

Bulk of Thursday will be dry with high near 83 degrees

Stray rain showers are possible late Wednesday night. Thursday will be mostly dry with a high near 83 degrees. There's a 20 percent chance for rain toward the e...


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3 comments:

Anonymous said...

On the burger topic... That may be the best comment to come from Sly in the past eight years. He must be feeling liberated or something.

Anonymous said...

stfu already, just get rid of mannequins. Nothing warped about 5 feet 3.5 inches tall, 170.5 pounds.

Anonymous said...

none of the skinny bitches i fucked shopped at victoria secret