Sunday, September 08, 2019

The Kansas City Sunday Night Look

Like nearly everybody else on the planet, hottie Kelly is struggling to finish up home repair as her angelic hotness inspires this evening news link look at the pop culture:

Fox News: Chinese pastor shared Christian faith with 1,000 North Koreans before execution, defector claims

WashEx: Liberal pastors optimistic Democrats can rebound with faith voters after lackluster display in 2016

Deadspin: Drew Brees Appears In Video For Gay Conversion Therapy Sickos, Doesn't Understand What The Big Deal Is

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

Kansas City Kindness Cuisine

Fill the Fridge raises more than one million meals

OVERLAND PARK, Kan. - Fill the Fridge started in 2012 with the idea of making sure no one in the area goes hungry. Each year of the event, the number of pounds of food donated to Harvesters grew. 41 Action News along with Price Chopper and Harvesters hit a big milestone in 2019.

Measuring Latest Win

Five winners and five losers from the Chiefs' 40-26 win over the Jaguars

The Kansas City Chiefs defeated the Jacksonville Jaguars 40-26 on the road to open the 2019 season. Here are five winners and five losers from the game: The Chiefs offense started out blazing hot - and wide receiver Sammy Watkins was a huge part of that.

Kansas City Carries On

Hundreds walk to remember those lost to suicide

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Suicide rates around the nation are rising. As more lives are lost, more people are affected by the tragedy. Suicide Awareness Survivor Support is a group that was started by Bonnie Swade and her husband to help families affected by suicide in the Kansas City area.

Local Gold Rush Remembered

Small Vibrant Windows on an American Dream Defined by Gold - KC STUDIO

Gold. Forever a symbol of wealth and human desire, it's also a source of folly and madness. It has been a catalyst of enormous historical force. It can spell cataclysm and doom. And, beginning in September, it's the subtext of a haunting exhibit of historical photographs at the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art.

Katie Hotness Considered

Heat returns after showers on Sunday

The heat remains through Wednesday with highs in the lower 90s.

And so . . .

As always, thanks for reading this week. We hope to have even more news, insight, analysis, opinion, jokes and all kinds of goodness for the morning update . . . STAY TUNED!!!


Anonymous said...

always wondered by local Tv totally ignores any kind of faith news. They report on many church efforts but never any dedicated section. For all the hate on this blog against the star. I did really enjoy their faith news. Something that did inspire a lot of discussion among the readers.

Anonymous said...

more humidity and higher temperatures aren't good for our crime rate. I hope the criminals don't get back to it this week, the weekend was relatively quiet in KCMO.

Anonymous said...

10:07 Bill Tammeus used to be in charge of of the Faith section...and he allowed complete free speech to atheists who LITERALLY threatened people. Of course, defenders of religion were frequently deleted. But then he left the Star...retirement he said...and blocked comments on his blog. And they main blocked to this day. Strangely, this all happened after a commenter pointed out that if someone carried out the threats there could be legal consequences. And that is how Billy became the chuck he is today.

Anonymous said...

^^Wow. Who cares. Grow up.

MDLQ said...

What kind of god gives birth defects to babies?.......continuously?