Saturday, October 26, 2019

Kansas City Saturday News Look



Hottie CharMac inspires our late-morning and a peek at one the nation's most profitable industries that most men are oblivious to, checkit:

Elle: Model Charlotte McKinney Wakes Up With an 8-Step Skincare Routine

FoxBiz: 'Makeup no makeup' shifting cosmetics industry to skincare focus

Dazed Digital: It’s time to finally address the bullying issue in the beauty industry

Closer to home, here are the nicer and community news links we're checking right now . . .

New Kansas City Tech Communicates Local Snark

Emoji My City launches its hometown emoji keyboard with winks to iconic KC

Kansas City scenes from the Kauffman Center to 18th and Vine. Winks to local trends and celebrities. A playful push puts whimsical KC in the mobile devices of hometown fans and visitors alike. And it comes courtesy of the team that helped rebrand Kansas City's now-iconic logo in 2013.


Nasty Local Rugrat Alert

School district tells parents to keep an eye out for bedbugs

INDEPENDENCE, MO (KCTV) -- The Independence School District is asking the parents of students at Thomas Hart Benton Elementary School to inspect backpacks, lunch bags, and jackets for bedbugs. A bedbug was found at the school, and students and staff have reported seeing them.


Angry JoCo Doggie Wanted

Overland Park police search for dog in biting incident

OVERLAND PARK, Kan. -- Police are searching for a dog that bit a woman Friday night. In a news release Saturday morning, police said the victim was bitten at around 105th & Long in Overland Park. The dog is medium sized, possibly a lab mix with medium length fur.


Saving The NextGen

'Lights On KC': A pilot program aims to get young people off of the streets

KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- A group of clergymen and women launched a pilot program on Friday aimed at curbing the violence in Kansas City. Cassandra Wainwright is the President of the Concerned Clergy Coalition of KC, a group of local pastors who address social issues in the city.


Autum Agenda Debuts

Kansas City festivals, concerts and more things to see in November 2019

November 2 Coalesce Every season, it seems like fashion moves further into the world of art. Designer gowns will become canvases for seven local artists at this one-night-only live performance, which will also feature the debut of a custom collection by local Wlaa Style. Illusions Unlimited, 1441 Burlington St., North Kansas City, Mo.


Local Football Disaster Prep

How the Kansas City Chiefs can beat the Green Bay Packers

For the first time this season, the Kansas City Chiefs are the underdogs and it only took injuries to Patrick Mahomes, Frank Clark, Eric Fisher, and Chris Jones along with a matchup against the one of the best teams in the NFC.


Weekend Weather Outlook

Mid-50s Saturday; Snowflakes next week?

Hide Transcript Show Transcript WANT TO START TALKING ABOUT 41 AND MARSHALL AND 33 DEGREES IN CHILLICOTHE. SO WE HAVE A CLEAR SKY RIGHT NOW. THEY'LL BE SOME CLOUDS OFF AND ON THROUGHOUT THE DAY, ESPECIALLY IF YOU LOOK EAST THAT'S WHAT YOU'LL NOTICE MORE CLOUDS IN THE SKY LATER THIS AFTERNOON A STORM SYSTEM PASSING TO OUR EAST OVER ST.


Leonard Cohen - Happens to the Heart is the song of the day and this is the OPEN THREAD for right now . . .

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

Kansas City emojis: Worst 20,000 a business ever invested.

Anonymous said...

wait, aren’t there snowflakes protesting something on the plaza every weekends. Well intentioned idiots.

Anonymous said...

Single Wing Creative

Another bunch of talent-less hacks

GKCA said...

^^^^ Let's see your work so we can compare. Show us or shut your face.