Wednesday, July 17, 2019

The Kansas City Midweek News Look

The social media pr0n game inspires this quick pop culture contemplation . . .

Insider: Scientists scanned people's brains while they watched porn and found that men and women got equally turned on

Indie: “Is porn beginning to change us?”

Fox News: Former porn star set to lead XXXchurch as founder focuses on 'Christian Cannabis'

Closer to home, we talke a look at somewhat nicer news links for the evening hours . . .

Most Adorable News In KC

KC Pet Project expects to take in overheated pets

With kennels close to capacity, the intense heat threatens to bring even more dogs here to KC Pet Project.

Tech Game Profile

CBRE tech talent report: How Kansas City compares - Kansas City Business Journal

CBRE released its annual Tech Talent report of the top 50 technology markets. Kansas City showed gains in several key categories.

Rock Chalk Booze Losing

You can get beer or wine at a KU football game this fall

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - If you're attending a football game at the University of Kansas' Memorial Stadium this fall, you'll be able to buy beer or wine. Kansas Athletics announced Wednesday it will begin alcohol sales in August. This comes after the university earlier introduced the sale of beer and wine to test the products' viability.

KC Zoo Old School Captivity

'Zoo View:' Meet Aldabra and African Spurred tortoises, Kansas City's living fossils

Chip and Riley put on a show by cowing down on apples and watermelon.

Limiting Kansas City Weed

73 apply for 24 licenses to sell medical pot in Kansas City

KANSAS CITY, MO (AP) - Most people who have applied to sell medical marijuana in the Kansas City area won't be granted licenses this year. The Kansas City Star reports that the director of Missouri's new medical marijuana program Lyndall Fraker says the Kansas City-area congressional district will get 24 licenses, but 73 have applied.

Southland Suffering

Broken AC leaves south KC woman, kids hot amidst heat wave

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - With the metro under an Excessive Heat Warning through Saturday , one woman is still fighting a two-month battle to get the air conditioning fixed in her south Kansas City apartment. Tiyonna Watkins lives in the Ruskin Place Apartments off of Blue Ridge Boulevard and Longview Road in KCMO.

Kansas City Inferno Outlook

Hotter days still ahead

Excessive heat warning remains posted through Saturday because of the dangerous heat. We're looking at temps in the upper 90s through Saturday.

And this is the OPEN THREAD for right now . .

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