Monday, October 07, 2019

Kansas City Back To The Grind



AND WE'RE BACK!!!

For the midday, hottie Vida inspires this pop culture peek on the topic of healthy living . . .

W&G: The Mckenzie Method For Stretching Will Have Your Back And Neck Thanking You Forever

MH: Everything You Need to Know About Your Hamstrings and the Stretches to Keep Them Healthy

Big Issue: Homelessness Reduction Act ‘creating paperwork and stretching councils’

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

Classy KC Autumn Debuts

Ballet (KC), Bacon (Kevin), Bela (Fleck) and blues (Fish) to light up the 'town

Roll the highlight reel for what's cooking in a HUGE week of arts and entertainment in Downtown Kansas City - Monday to Sunday, Oct. 7-13: City Market, 20 E. 5th St. This week, Jump into fall with Bounce-tober Fest - two great events joined together from 5-10 p.m.


Police Ask: Have You Seen This Local Lady???

KC police ask for help finding 22-year-old woman missing for a week

KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Kansas City police are asking for the public's help to locate a 22-year-old woman who hasn't been seen in a week. Stejona J. Bowden was last seen between 8:30 and 9 p.m. October 1 near East 23rd Street and Monroe Avenue, which is just off of I-70.


Westside Gentrification Pix

Rochester Brewing & Roasting Co. combines coffee and beer - Kansas City Business Journal

Rochester Brewing & Roasting Co. combines a brewery, taproom, roastery and café under one roof in Kansas City's West Side Neighborhood at 2129 Washington St. The company describes itself as "four friends passionate about the art and science of brewing beer and roasting specialty coffee from all over the world."


Kansas Biz Plan Redux

Governor Kelly launches design of economic development strategy for Kansas

TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) - Kansas Gov. Laura Kelly says she's launching the state's first formal strategy in 30 years to strengthen economic development. Kelly pledged Monday to work with industries and economic development specialists to write a comprehensive plan to speed economic growth. A report is expected by March 2020.


Show-Me School Fight

Does Missouri care about college? Funding for higher education hangs in the balance

The state of higher-education funding in Missouri is worrisome. Each year, Missouri legislators decide how much of the state budget to allocate for higher education. While there are constraints that dictate how much the state can spend, primarily that only one-third of the total state budget is discretionary, funding has consistently lagged behind national standards, as seen in the State Higher Education Finance (SHEF) report.


Country Playlist Starts

Dan + Shay bring arena tour to Kansas City next year

KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) -- Dan + Shay are continuing their rapid rise and taking the music world by storm with a first-ever arena tour. The duo is scheduled to make a stop in Kansas City at the Sprint Center for their The (Arena) Tour. The show is scheduled for April 9, 2020.


KC 2nd Spring Forecast

Fall-like through Thursday, cold front rolls through Friday

RIVER. 48 DEGREES WITH A LIGHT BREEZE. LOTS OF SUNSHINE. CHILE THIS MORNING. WARMING UP QUITE NICELY THIS AFTERNOON. 70 DEGREES FOR KANSAS CITY, CHILLICOTHE, MARSHALL, OVER TO ALETHA AND LAWRENCE. THE CHANGE DOES NOT COME IN UNTIL THURSDAY WITH A STRONG COLD FRONT, SO WE WILL HAVE THE PRESSURE REALLY FALLING IN THE PRESSURE IS GOING TO RAPIDLY RISE.


Dan + Shay, Justin Bieber - 10,000 Hours is the song of the day and this is the OPEN THREAD for right now . . .

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

There are way too many state schools. It's probably not politically feasible to shut any of them down, but they could be made smaller by getting rid of little used courses and departments, and by concentrating subject areas (engineering, sociology etc.) in one location and offering only intro courses at the other campuses. Don't worry about the laid off professors. They are so smart (just ask them), they will have no trouble learning to code.

Anonymous said...

^^Terrible take...just terrible. It reads as if written by a low IQ geriatric with zero comprehension of issues. Get back to watching Faux News all day...don't comment any more> In addition to being really ignorant, you're really boring too.

Anonymous said...

^^^Please try harder to expand your limited repertoire of insults. You have been really boring for a very long time.