Tessa quit the hottie Instagram game but her body of work lives on in the hearts of her fans.
This inspires a quick pop culture consideration:
Yahoo: Daisy Ridley has cut off social media 'like a Skywalker limb' after trolling made her quit
PopMattes: Is Social Media Facing Its Biggest Existential Threat?
NYPost: Gen Zers struggle to save their sanity with social media breaks
Closer to home, these news links inspire us right now . . .
River Market Crowding Cont'd
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - A developer who has transformed a three-block section in Kansas City, Missouri's, River Market neighborhood announced plans to build a five-story, $25 million office building as his next project. This week, Craig Slawson with Epoch Developments unveiled renderings for the building which will replace a parking lot at the intersection of 3 rd and Delaware streets.
Jazz Man Endures
At 74 years old, Kansas City pianist Jay McShann was still performing the joyous music that had entertained audiences around the world for decades. One of those concerts was in Tokyo, Japan, in 1990, where a woman named Yoko Takemura was in the audience.
Segment 1: Now that controversial diversity training has been approved, embattled superintendent is "just ready to move forward on behalf of young people." When Lee's Summit R-7 District Superintendent Dennis Carpenter proposed diversity training for the staff, he received backlash from some in the community and among employees.
Kansas City Dude For Prez
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - A Kansas City attorney has thrown his hat in the race to represent his community in the Missouri House, promising to be "a new voice for progress." Drew Rogers, a Democrat, has announced his candidacy to be the state representative for HD 25.
Lost & Found Pussy
"I instantly started crying," Jezik told the Star, describing her reaction when an animal control officer sent her pictures of Meow. "Hyperventilating and trying to tell my son the good news, we immediately left and went and got her."
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - A large hill greets the Kansas City Chiefs before each of their practices during training camp. The players, in pads for the first time in the season, walk down the hill toward the practice fields and are welcomed by fans.
Summer Sizzle Forecast
By the time Kansas City sees some rain, we might actually need it.
And this is the OPEN THREAD for right now . . .