Monday, June 24, 2019

Kansas City Monday News Link Pool Now



More afternoon "back to the grind" news link hotness . . .

Inq: Alexis Ren Is Soaking Wet In Sexy New Snapshot

FC: If you’re going to work on vacation, here’s how you should do it

24/7 WallSt: Is Vacation Good For Your Heart? Yes

Closer to home, these links dominate our afternoon . . .

Pricey Downtown Kansas City Flashcube Place Coming Soon

Berkadia finances Kansas City's Flashcube apartments

Berkadia finances Kansas City's Flashcube apartments- Berkadia recently closed the financing of Flashcube Apartments, a high-rise multifamily property being redeveloped in Kansas City, Missouri. Managing director John Schorgl of Berkadia's Kansas City office originated the $32.95 million redevelopment...


High-Flying Sharks

Husch Blackwell lawyers assist on American's $7B A321XLR purchase - Kansas City Business Journal

Attorneys from the area's fifth-biggest law firm represented American Airlines Group Inc. in negotiating its purchase agreement for 50 Airbus A321XLR passenger jets, announced at the Paris Air Show on Wednesday. Fort Worth, Texas-based American Airlines (Nasdaq: AAL), a longtime client of Husch Blackwell LLP, was the first U.S airline to acquire the newest and longest range passenger plane manufactured by Airbus.


KC Boozy Good Vibes

See your name on a Boulevard beer bottle for $60 donation

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - For $60, you could soon see your name on a bottle of Boulevard beer. In honor of its 30th anniversary, Boulevard Brewing Company announced that it would print the names and hometowns of customers on specialty six- and 12-pack boxes of Boulevard Pale Ale for a $60 donation to one of five nonprofit organizations.


Suburban Crime Fight
Mayor Announces Formation Of Community Inspired Violence Reduction Ad Hoc Committee
Hope For Tiger Coach

Former Missouri football coach Pinkel says cancer returned

Former Missouri football coach Gary Pinkel says he is being treated for cancer again.Pinkel told ABC17 TV in Columbia Saturday that he had treatment last month after his cancer came out of remission for the first time in four years.Pinkel retired after the 2015 season after announcing that he had non-Hodgkin lymphoma.


Cowtown Shipping Talk

Q&A: Founder Jy Maze on the industry that runs the world (and delivers the toilet paper)

Everything has to ship, said Jy Maze. From the microphone in her hand to the stool where she sat to the shoes on the Maze Freight Solutions founder's feet, it all comes with mileage and a cost, she said.


Kansas City Big McD's Haul

Ronald McDonald House Garden produces 10,000 pounds of food

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - When you combine America's Heartland with the American company known for messages from the heart, you have a very productive combination. The partnership between Hallmark and the Ronald McDonald House Charities in Kansas City, Missouri, reached a milestone last week.


CONFIRMED: KANSAS CITY CHIEFS FANS AMONG WORST!!!

New academic report lists Chiefs fan base among last in NFL

On Monday, Emory University's Goizueta School of Business released its latest NFL Fandom Report. It ranked Kansas City Chiefs fans as 31st in the NFL. The Chiefs didn't rank well in 2017 or 2018, either. The team was 30th in these rankings in 2018, and 32nd in 2017. All right...


And this is our OPEN THREAD for right now . . .

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

Chief fans always have been assholes.

Anonymous said...

Raytown is a real treat.
Give away your tax base to WalMart;
Drastically downsize your police department due to budget shortfalls.
Form a "task force" to try to figure out why crime is increasing.
Intelligence and expertise like this just shouldn't be wasted on a little burg like Raytown.
This would fit right in at 12th and Oak.
Looks like a farm team for KCMO bush league incompetence.

Anonymous said...

The professor is educated beyond his intelligence level.

Anonymous said...

Good Luck in your cancer fight coach Pinkel