Monday, September 09, 2019

Kansas City Monday Grind Aftermath



AND WE'RE BACK!!!

We usually take it kinda slow on Monday but we're happy to share newsworthy Iggy hotness along with these pop culture items that are still worth a peek for locals at the outset of the work week. Take a look:

Daily Mail: 'It crawled up the inside of my pant leg!' Iggy Azalea is stung by a hornet FOUR times... as her comeback album flops the charts

NYPost: Broke men are hurting American women’s marriage prospects

AmMag: Should Catholic women preach at Mass? Here’s a better question.

Closer to home, here's our collection of nicer local news that's still worth a peek . . .

Legend Returns To Kansas City

Music legend Bob Dylan to play in Kansas City

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Kansas City music listeners will get a treat next month when music legend Bob Dylan swings by. Dylan announced a multi-city tour this fall to promote his upcoming album, "The Rolling Thunder Revue: The 1975 Live Recordings." Dylan will take the stage on Sunday, Oct.


JoCo Cash Conversation

Over 100 metro churches teaching money management, in city-wide effort

LENEXA, Kan. -- More than 100 local churches are banding together to help teach people how to pay off massive amounts of debt. It's an inclusive city-wide effort, that organizers hope will change thousands of lives. Services at Westside Family Church in Lenexa, looked a little different on Sunday.


New Digs In JoCo

Jewish Community Center plans $11M expansion - Kansas City Business Journal

The project, which will expand the Johnson County center's footprint by about 30%, will include a second gymnasium space and an indoor turf soccer field in addition to other spaces such as a yoga studio and a ceramics room.


Traffic Hot Mess Cont'd

I-70 lanes back open, some ramps remain closed

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - All lanes of Interstate 70 have reopened after a seven-mile stretch was closed over the weekend. Both eastbound and westbound lanes opened just before 10:30 Sunday night. MoDOT said Monday morning that crews were able to complete a year's worth of work thanks to the closure.


Touch & Go

Report: Chiefs "may take a couple days" before deciding what to do with Tyreek Hill

The Kansas City Chiefs may "take a couple days" before deciding what to do when it comes to wide receiver Tyreek Hill, per NFL Network's Ian Rapoport. Update on injuries from Jacksonville: #Chiefs may take a couple days before deciding WR Tyreek Hill's fate, with options ranging from missing a few games to IR/designated to return.


Local Lunch Good Cause

Pita for Good Kicks Off 17th Street "Nooner" Block Party Every Wednesday in the Westside

Cheryl Hartell has worked as a professional chef on and off for most of her life. This summer, she took over as chef and manager of Pita for Good, a Mediterranean food truck in Kansas City, after owner Mark VanBlaricum and his family relocated to California.


Forecast For Now

Tuesday temps above average again

RAIN AND THUNDERSTORMS WILL STAY FOR YOUR EVENING HOURS. TEMPERATURES GRADUALLY COOLED THROUGH THE 80'S BECAUSE IT IS HUMID. AT HEAT INDEX TO CONTEND WITH MIDDLE 90'S AT 6:00, FEELING LIKE 86 AT 8:00. WE WILL HAVE THE SOUTH BREEZE WHICH WILL HELP THINGS OUT. OVERNIGHT LOWS, LOWER 70'S.


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

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

Here's what you do with Tyreek Hill.......

Fire Him!

Anonymous said...

^^^ +1

Anonymous said...

So Hill got a taste of what it's like. Karma sucks.