Tuesday, September 10, 2019

Kansas City Tuesday Night Link Pool



Pop culture double take for tonight . . .

HT: Dua Lipa Needs To Work On Her Tongue

FC: Coffee, travel, and skincare are among 12 industries millennials are boosting

Forbes: Are Millennials Preparing For Retirement?

Closer to home, here are some of the nicer the news links we're checking for tonight . . .

Celebrate Kansas City NextGen Gentrification Promo!!!

KC housing study shows where millennials desire to live

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - - "Up and coming neighborhoods," like downtown Kansas City, Kansas, and the Troost Avenue corridor, could become popular places for millennials to live in future years, according to a new housing study recently released by Highline Partners.


Local Prison Redux

On his first birthday as a free man in 23 years, Ricky Kidd sees a transformed Kansas City

KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- A lot has changed since Ricky Kidd was locked up and then released into what seems like a whole new world. It's been three and a half weeks since he walked out of the Western Missouri Correctional Center.


Cowtown Opportunity

UPS to hire 1,100 employees in KC area for holiday season

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Ahead of the holiday season, UPS says it will hire more than 1,100 people in the Kansas City area for both seasonal and permanent jobs. In a news release, UPS said it will be hiring in Kansas City for package handlers, delivery and tractor-trailer drivers, and driver-helpers.


JoCo Traffic Warning

Overland Park blind spot crash caught on camera

OVERLAND PARK, KS (KCTV) -- Ask Overland Park police and they'll tell you turns like the one at 77th and Metcalf are the greatest causes for motorcycle accidents. A crash occurred on Monday morning. Video shows a car crossing two lanes of traffic, smacking directly into a motorcyclist.


Local Teachable Moment

KC Fed: We can fix the digital divide (and solutions come without a high cost)

Editor's note: The opinions expressed in this commentary are the author's alone. Jeremy Hegle is senior community development advisor at Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City. Some issues affecting the digital divide are complex - expanding availability of affordable broadband, for example, requires government policy, technology, and lots of money.


Kansas City Sound Off

More musicianship, more new works, more 'in-the-roomness': New artistic director Stuart Carden on his plans for the KC Rep

Kansas City Repertory Theatre audiences are about to see a new face beneath the house lights. Stuart Carden has joined the Rep as artistic director-and he's committed himself to being at every performance of the first two shows this season to greet the community.


Sept. Stays Hot

Warm Wednesday ahead

AREA, WE ARE MAINLY DRY. AIMING FORECAST WILL CONTINUE WITH PARTLY SUNNY SKIES, HUMID AND THE SOUTH BREEZE, TEMPERATURES COOL THROUGH THE 80'S TO NEAR 80 DEGREES AT 9:00 P.M.. THE HUMID AIR DOES NOT COOL OFF FAST SO THERE ILL BE A SLOW COOL DOWN 78 HEADING TOWARD 11:00 TONIGHT.


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

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

Dua Lippa ? / 5 BUSSES LATER... What everrrrer

Anonymous said...

Dua Lipa's tongue is just fine, ask Miley.

Anonymous said...

What digital divide? Every hood rat has at least one, usually more than one, Obamaphone. And they're nicer models than owned by people who have to use their own money to buy them.

Anonymous said...

^^Ugh huh. Did you read that on Infowars?

Anonymous said...

Nah, @11:26 can't read, he just makes up shit, sort of like his "Beloved Leader, President PAB" does.