A quick glimpse at the good life, the fight for brand survival and hottie inspiration amid pop culture transition . . .
Inq: Victoria’s Secret Swim Yacht Party Pic Goes Viral
Forbes: Celebrities Are Loving The Beauty Sandwich
Yahoo: Will L Brands' Revival Plans Help to Keep the Stock Afloat?
Closer to home, here are just a few of the nicer news links worth a look on Sunday morning:
Urban Core Ritual Cleanse
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - People who live in Kansas City, Missouri's Marlborough East know they have a trash problem. "Every time we clean up, three days later somebody has dumped again," Mike McCormick, Vice President of the Marlborough East Neighborhood Association said. So, they took action Saturday morning.
Kansas Treatment Travel
One Monday in February, 65-year-old Karen Endicott-Coyan gripped the wheel of her black 2014 Ford Taurus with both hands as she made the hour-long drive from her farm near Fort Scott, Kan., to Chanute. With a rare form of multiple myeloma, she requires weekly chemotherapy to keep the cancer at bay.
KCK Pop Star Roots Report
Janelle Monae grew up working class and her parents encouraged her to "be better"
Kansas City Soccer Costs
The early 2019 MLS salary data was released about three weeks ago and the data for Sporting Kansas City was included. We found out the team has a new highest paid player (Johnny Russell) and 10 players making above the max budget charge for MLS.
Kansas City Royals fans love Danny Duffy. He was preaching "Bury me a Royal" before players were proud to be a part of this organization. He's just a really, really nice guy. With all of that said, however, the Royals really need to trade Duffy while they still can.
Hope For The Future
Kansas City Chiefs fans know that as long as Patrick Mahomes remains healthy (and interested in playing football rather than trying other sports just because he can), the team is in great hands. That seems like an understatement, and it certainly is compared to what NFL.com columnist Adam Schein has to say about him, but it's the new, exciting baseline in Kansas City.
Slight Sunday Simmer
Sunday's forecast calls for more sun and heat, but it will not feel as oppressive as it did Friday and Saturday. The high will be 93 degrees, but the heat index will be 97, compared to well over 100 the past few days.Monday through Wednesday look for more of the same, but the heat index will drop into the upper 90s.There's a 30% chance of scattered showers on the Fourth of July.
The Band - The Last Waltz - The Weight feat. The Staples Singers is the song of the day and this is the OPEN THREAD for right now . . .