Apropos for #TBT. hottie Simona is a 46-year-old actress who has recently risen to international prominence and right now she inspire our evening pop culture peek . . .
Saw1st: Simona Krainova in 2020 Calendar Photoshoot
Guardian: This brutal judgment on pensions is blind to the reality of older women’s lives
MStudy: Older women are consuming more alcohol
Closer to home, these news links offer an informative peek at Kansas City life right now . . . Take a look:
Hope To Clean Up This Dump
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Illegal dumping is a problem costing millions of taxpayer dollars to the city. It's something the Kansas City, Missouri, City Council discussed Thursday during it's weekly meeting.
Vaporware Pitch Persists
Report: KC tech industry brings in $12B, attracts Hyperloop, but city still struggling to fill talent pool
Despite facing a shortage of skilled talent, the tech industry in Kansas City contributed roughly $12 billion - or about 10 percent - to the local economy in 2018, according to an annual report released by the KC Tech Council, a nonprofit that aims to spur tech growth in the city.
KANSAS CITY FIGHTS FIRE!!!
If you see a plume of smoke or what appears to be an aircraft on fire near Kansas City International Airport today, the Kansas City, Missouri, Fire Department says not to be alarmed. It is just a drill for the department's Aircraft Rescue and Fire Fighting Unit.
Kansas City On Track For More Railroad Jobs?!?!
KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) - KCTV5 News is keeping a close eye on the future of Kansas City's railroad operations. Union Pacific confirmed to KCTV5 that they are streamlining operations and KC is a focus of those efforts. They said: "Union Pacific continues streamlining operations as part of our Unified Plan 2020 operating plan.
Social Media Bullying Works???
Editor's note: This interview contains a homophobic slur. Growing up as a member of the Westboro Baptist Church, Megan Phelps-Roper was taught that God hated gay people. The church, which was founded by Phelps-Roper's grandfather, Fred Phelps Sr., became infamous for picketing the funerals of U.S.
Visit Your Granny!!!
KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) -- Alzheimer's disease and dementia can make everyday tasks difficult, especially when it comes to eating. Now, one nursing home in the Northland is using food to foster independence. People living with Alzheimer's often lose weight because medications can affect their appetite or the disease will make them simply forget to eat.
Hipster Weekend Starts NOW!!!
There are about 48 hours between leaving work on Friday and the time you start thinking about work once again on Sunday night. Weekend Possibilities is your roadmap for food, drinks and fun for the perfect Kansas City weekend. Friday, Oct. 11 4 - 11 p.m.
And this is the OPEN THREAD for tonight . . .