Saturday, September 07, 2019

Kansas City Saturday Morning Covered



Quick look at pop culture hotness in repose . . .

Page Six: Irina Shayk stripped down to her Calvins for her latest campaign.

Peeps: The supermodel's latest global fashion gig comes three months after her split from Bradley Cooper

HuffPost: 17 Times Famous Women Gave Really Great Breakup Advice

Closer to home, here are the somewhat nicer news links we're checking right now that mostly focus on artsy interest, sad doggie memorials and the sporting future. . .

Uplifting KC Artsy Mentor

Meet The Master Printer Who Quietly Helps Kansas City Artists Look Their Best

Mike Sims is a bit emotional. As he prepares to celebrate 40 years of working with an array of acclaimed artists, the master printer admits it's overwhelming. "Huge memories, yeah," Sims says, shaking his head. "The biggest memories are the relationships with the artists, many of whom are dead and gone now."


Help Find Doggie Killer

Dog attacks, kills smaller dog at Heritage Park in Olathe

OLATHE, Kan. - Johnson County Park Police are looking for the owner of a gray pit bull-type dog after an attack at Heritage Park in Olathe. "Tough day yesterday, definitely," Mitch Wiles said. Wiles had to make the difficult decision to put down his six-year-old dog, Ranger, on Thursday.


Kangaroos Roll With Freebies

New semester, new bike: UMKC Clean Commute lets students rent bikes for free

UMKC has a new program to help you get around campus this year. If you are a student, faculty or staff member, you can rent a free bike all semester long from Swinney Rec Center as part of it's Clean Commute program. "I'm happy I found out about it on Roo Groups," said student Cynthia Anyaso.


KC Help On The Right Foot

Nonprofit Donates 200,000 Pairs Of Socks To Make Sure People In Need Can Protect Their Feet

Socks are a clothing necessity that we take for granted. In family and homeless shelters across the country, socks are in short supply. Community Services League - a nonprofit in Kansas City, Missouri - is helping to fill that need by making sure everyone in the area has access to this often overlooked piece of...


Support Troops With Art

3 of 4: Operation Art using art to help veterans find passion and purpose

WE GO INTO THE 80s IN THE EXCLUSIVE NINE-DAY FORECAST IN A FEW MINUTES. ROB HUGHES IS SPEAKING TO THE VETERANS WHO WILL BE SHOWING OFF THEIR ARTWORK AT FIRST FRIDAY'S TOMORROW. HERE'S HIS REPORT. CASEY VALENTINE IS JOINING US. THANKS FOR YOUR SERVICE. THANK YOU.


Latest Vape Danger Rescue

Local teen hospitalized for 10 days after using THC-infused vape

KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) - National headlines are hitting closer to home now that a local teenager has been rushed to the ER for vaping-related injuries. The 17-year-old spent 10 days at the University of Kansas Hospital recovering from what happened. She has since been released and the vape she used has been turned over to the CDC.


New Local Artsy Space Debuts

Arts News: Charlotte Street Announces Capsule Performance Space Events - KC STUDIO

Charlotte Street Foundation never rests. The organization has begun construction on its new headquarters at 3333 Wyoming St. in the Roanoke neighborhood and announced the 32 artists for its 2019-20 Studio Residency Program in the Town Pavilion building downtown. Fall brings a full roster of events at the foundation's new Capsule performance space at 1664 Broadway Blvd.


Weekend According To Katie

Rain expected to move in Saturday night and into Sunday

NO WEATHER-RELATED PROBLEMS FOR ANY OF THE GAMES AROUND HERE. TEMPERATURES WILL BE SEASONABLE. USUALLY WE HIT AROUND 86 TO 87 FOR THIS TIME OF YEAR. THE HIGH WILL BE 83, WHICH SHOULD BE COMFORTABLE. THIS IS AN UPDATE FROM THE STORM PREDICTION CENTER.


Miley Cyrus - Slide Away is the song of the day and this is the OPEN THREAD for right now . . .

11 comments:

Anonymous said...

We have not been getting the number of murder we need to set a new record. Our hood rats need to step up their game.

Anonymous said...

SLIEs Shit Hole of The Plains

Anonymous said...

you know what is great about Penn Valley dog Park? The little dogs get their own separate space to play, as they should.
Little dog owners are often naive about dogs, think their little dogs are harmless, cute little things that can run around anywhere and it's all good.

Arnaldo Ziffel said...

Give the new art area at 3333 Wyoming 5 years before KCMO ruins it like they did the crossroads district.

Anonymous said...

i saw an off leash cat chase an unsupervised, unleashed, little dog down the street last night, it was great! I said "hey, good kitty cat!"

Anonymous said...

i've been bit by a little dog, more than once, chased down the street multiple times by little dogs, had a little dog try to bite me in the nose before it got chucked across the room, gotten tripped by a little dog, while on roller blades, causing my hip to hurt for 5 years.... i could go on.

Anonymous said...

how is that vaping article not ridiculous.

Anonymous said...

what is the term for that generation?

Anonymous said...

Some call them Gen Z.

Anonymous said...

Welcome to We Heart KC

Now hand over your wallet and bend over.

Anonymous said...

Keep your shitting pissing dogs out of our parks for people and they won't get eaten.