Monday, October 07, 2019

Kansas City Evening Nice News Look



As we continue along our blogging journey we realize these nicer news and pop culture stories actually do serve a purpose inasmuch as providing a welcome respite from a litany of bad news and a more complete glimpse at the lives of Americans . . . And so here's a pop culture peek for tonight:

Saw1st: India Reynolds in “Pour Moi” Lingerie Photoshoot

SunUK: HOME FROM HOME Inside new Love Island girl India’s stunning home with plush carpets and huge mirrors

SNL: Love Island

Closer to home these nicer local evening news items are also worth sharing . . .

Kansas City Tech Party Cont'd

Photos: Startup Crawl KC draws 1,000+ to Crossroads, despite First Fridays overhaul

Mission accomplished, said organizers of Startup Crawl KC, announcing record attendance during the fifth showing of the innovation expo. "Best Startup Crawl ever," said Gerald Smith, co-founder of Plexpod - which played host Oct. 4 to one of the Crawl's three stops at its Crossroads Arts District location.


Local Issues & Best Intentions

StoryCorps In Kansas City - Losing American Identity In The Noise Of Politics

KCUR is part of StoryCorps' One Small Step initiative to bring together people of differing political opinions for real conversations. This is one we've chosen to highlight. Mike Parker and Ellen Carmody met for the first time as part of KCUR and StoryCorps' One Small Step project, but they tackled heavy topics.


Kansas City Artsy Fall Fun

Nelson-Atkins Museum nine-hole mini golf course only open for 1 more week

KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- You only have one more week to get in a round of miniature golf at Nelson-Atkins Museum. The nine-hole mini golf course opened at the end of May on the lawn next to the shuttlecocks. Each hole was inspired by a work of art.


NextGen Toughness Proven

'Keep positive energy': Teen battling cancer shares life lessons

KRIS: DESPITE THE LOSS ONE LUCKY FAN BATTLING CANCER HAD A DREAM COME TRUE. KELLY: KMBC 9'S ROB HUGHES WAS AT ARROWHEAD FOR AN UNFORGETTABLE CHIEFS MOMENT, AND A MESSAGE FOR ANYONE FIGHTING FOR THEIR LIFE IT IS PAINFUL, YOU GET SICK A LOT. IT HAS BEEN SCARY.


Bird's Eye KC View

Droning KC: Bird's eye view of beautiful Kansas City

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Alternative Local View

Parkville a top destination for "leaf peeping"

Breaking News Kansas City, MO - We're entering "leaf peeping" season where spectators travel around to see and take pictures of the brilliant Fall foliage. The Midwest offers prime opportunity for exploring the changing leaves, especially in Parkville Missouri, named top 50 across the nation by Country Living Magazine for "leaf peeping."


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

9 comments:

Anonymous said...

Welcome to Vibrant Shitty City

Anonymous said...

Ironic sewers is KCMO's biggest problem.

Anonymous said...

^^^ All that Killa Shit has to go somewhere.

Not a grammar bitch said...

how are sewers ironic? I didn't think they had that good of a sense of humor or were that clever?

Anonymous said...

Nelson-Atkins Museum nine-hole mini golf course only open for 1 more week.


So what will this world class art gallery do next year. Beer Pong and mud wrestling?

Anonymous said...

^^^ Monster Truck competitions

Anonymous said...

May as well just pull all the art and turn it into a giant dive bar.

Anonymous said...

mini golf on nelson lawn is fine and harmless, some revenue for museum, which is free thanks to generosity of founders and members and, yes, is absolutely first class quality museum ... don't be against every kind of amusement or resentful of others' harmless fun .... the DJs and stupid loud party scene inside the bloch bldg on third thursdays is way worse anyway


what could be more irritating than NPR "story corp" ....

-Radish

Anonymous said...

Congrats KMBZ. Nothing like reporting on a story that was posted to the Country Living website three months ago.