Monday, October 21, 2019

Kansas City Monday Roundup News



Amid the epoch of yoga pants, booty pix & #MeToo, we share this peek at pop culture goodness for adults working late or simply need an activity to distract from cursed family time . . .

Nation: #MeToo Is a Story of Corruption

Daily Mail: 'The softest, comfiest, most practical thing I have ever worn': The £20 yoga pants that Amazon shoppers are going crazy for

UST: Viral photo appears to show a starfish with a big butt. An expert disagrees

Closer to home, here's a quick list of our favorite community and local news links of the day . . .

KCPD Prevents Beat Downs???

KCPD marks 10th anniversary of program to help domestic violence victims

For 10 years, Kansas City police have been part of an innovative program to prevent domestic violence homicides by predicting which victims are most at risk.It's called the Lethality Assessment Program.There was a day that police did not get involved in domestic violence situations.


KCK Conspiracy Blows Up

Residents question if KCK townhome explosion was accidental

KANSAS CITY, KS (KCTV) - Fire investigators in Kansas City, Kansas, say they won't know what caused a massive explosion in a townhome until at least Tuesday. The blast nearly leveled the structure just after 11 p.m. Sunday, and people living nearby who were cleaning up Monday day said they were still shaken from a terrifying night.


Meth Town Devalued

Independence neighbors concerned over planned development

INDEPENDENCE, Mo. - A developer wants to rezone land north of East R.D. Mize Road between South Jackson Drive and South Little Blue Parkway in Independence for industrial warehouse space. VanTrust Real Estate LLC will seek approval from the Independence Planning Commission on Tuesday for a preliminary plan.


TKC Bible Epic Coming Soon

Little Jerusalem Badlands State Park now open along I-70 in Kansas

Attention nature lovers: Kansas' new state park that has scenery and wildlife that rivals Badlands National Park is now open.The Little Jerusalem Badlands State Park officially opened Oct. 12.


Show-Me Traffic Joke

MoDOT uses Photoshop to tackle frightening topic

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - The Missouri Department of Transportation is using Halloween to help make a point. MoDOT tweeted a picture with references to the movie "Ghostbusters" and distracted driving. The picture shows Slimmer and the Stay Puft Marshmallow man standing next to a digital road sign.


Fanboys Play Waiting Game

Patrick Mahomes begins knee rehab as game week begins

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Patrick Mahomes was back in the Kansas City Chiefs' practice facility Monday, going through some extensive pool therapy and other rehabilitation exercises on his injured right knee. That alone was a good sign for the reigning league MVP.


Stay Autumn Weather Aware

Warmer, but breezy on Tuesday

Hide Transcript Show Transcript IT WILL BE A SLOW PROCESS TO SCOUR OUT ALL THE CLOUDS. 53 DEGREES AT 6:00. BY 7:00, IT WILL BE AT 52. 8:00, 50 AND THEN DOWN TO THE 40'S HEADING INTO 9:00 AND 10:00. HERE'S THE REASON THAT I'M A LITTLE CONCERNED ABOUT THE METEOR SHOWER.


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

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

Destroying the planet one bucket list item at a time.

Anonymous said...

TOP PHOTO -- THE GLASS CEILING

On Casual Fridays, Ginger routinely set off the fire alarm with her smoking butt!!!

Anonymous said...

'yoga pants', that become exponentially more popular with the rise of metoo movement, are not really pants, they are thick, open-foot pantyhose.

Anonymous said...

IMO good for yoga, or keeping your thighs in place while you go for a run, but not much else.

Anonymous said...

90% of the people who wear yoga pants in public shouldn't.