Thursday, August 15, 2019

Kansas City Morning News Link Pool Layout



Hottie Audrina is a "ripe" 34 which equals about 78 in any other part of the world yet she still dominates recent pop culture headlines, here's a few links inspired by her hotness . . .

Radar: Audrina Patridge Shows Off Sexy Bikini Body Amid Custody Battle With Ex

Page 6: Audrina Patridge spends weekend before custody hearing out partying

Considerable: ‘Gray divorce’ rates are growing, leading to unique challenges

Closer to home, here are the nicer news links we're checking right now . . .

City College Cash Winning

Foundation gives $21 million to Missouri-Kansas City school

KANSAS CITY, MO (AP) - The University of Missouri-Kansas City has received a $21 million gift for its business school. The university said Wednesday the donation from the Marion and Henry Bloch Foundation will be divided between for three projects.


Building Better Meth Town

Truman Heritage Habitat for Humanity needs more volunteers

INDEPENDENCE, Mo. - In hopes of building more houses in the Kansas City metro, the Truman Heritage Habitat for Humanity in Independence needs the public's help. The organization has a large list of projects, and in order to finish, officials say they want to triple their volunteer workforce.


KCK Foodie Revival

The Merc Co+op breaks ground on new downtown KCK grocery store

KANSAS CITY, KS (KCTV) -- It's an empty lot now, but after the city breaks ground Thursday, the corner of Minnesota Avenue and Fifth Street will be transformed into a full-service grocery store. The Merc Co+op signed an agreement to open a 14,000 square foot grocery store.


Doggie Style Second Chance

Dog who was shot, owner killed, has new chance at life and justice with Lee's Summit family

LEE'S SUMMIT, Mo. -- Last week, FOX4 told you about Isabella, a dog who's owner was murdered and then she was found weeks later. Now Isabella has a new chance at life. Last month, a double homicide left more than just two people gunned down.


Local Pool Party
Longest mat racing water slide in Midwest coming to Oceans of Fun
Biz Before Hipsters

Ghost (Signs) of KC's Past

The past fades, but it doesn't disappear. The same is true of those old painted advertisements still faintly visible on buildings throughout Kansas City, including in the River Market and West Bottoms. These are the billboards of yesteryear, and their random placement creates a checkerboard of the city's rich business history.


Kansas City Storm Prep

Rain chances increase starting Thursday afternoon

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Richard Marx - Right Here Waiting is the horrible #TBT song of the day and this is the OPEN THREAD for right now . . .

7 comments:

Smiling Jack said...

Good for UMKC!
Now they can use the Bloch Foundation Grant to hire some more Chinese Professors who can get the Bloch School back at its "No. 1 Nationally" status (temporarily).

Anonymous said...

9:52am. That’s racist. Why is this comment allowed?

Anonymous said...

^^ Get off your high horse Nancy.

Anonymous said...

@9:52 The comment is allowed because TKC respects the first amendment for free speech. One of the last places to do so. If you don't like it don't read the comments. Pretty simple even for a liberal.

Anonymous said...

^^Umm no it doesn't chud. Tony regulatory deletes posts he doesn't like. So really, you have no idea what the fuck you're talking about. Typical repubturd.

Anonymous said...

Uh, bLIEron, your frequent hate-whiteys racist rants aren't deleted. So, you're talking hypocritical shit. Typical Dung-o-crap!

Anonymous said...

Maybe the pussy's at 10:48 & 1:36 need to go find a safe space. God help you. It's a cold, hard world out there. Good luck dingleberries.