The Kansas City Sunday News Morning

A quick peek at the ongoing struggles of the angels . . .

Daily Beast: Victoria’s Secret Promotes Its Wokeness, but Is It Too Late?

Adweek: Victoria’s Secret Head of Stores Is Out, With 50 More Laid Off at Headquarters

Cosmo: Victoria's Secret's New Collab Features Long-Overdue Inclusivity, But Not Everyone Is Thrilled

Closer to home, here are some of the nicer Sunday news links worth a look:

Blessed Biker Lives!!!

Motorcyclist survives 47-foot fall

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - A motorcyclist survived a 47-foot fall after he lost control of his bike. It happened around 8:30 pm Saturday night, on U.S. 169 just south of 9 Highway. Police say the 31-year old driver of a black Kawasaki motorcycle was travelling southboound when the Kansas City man apparently lost control.

Community Hopes For Justice After Kansas City Killing

KCPD makes arrest while investigating 2nd homicide in less than 24 hours

KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) -- The KCPD is investigating a second homicide in the city in less than 24 hours and has arrested someone in the process. This shooting happened in the area of E. 53rd Street and Wabash Avenue just before 4 p.m.

Ms. E Works To Help KCMO Women In Crisis

Metro woman working to open short-term emergency domestic violence shelter

KANSAS CITY, Mo.-- One metro woman is hoping to turn her dream of opening a short-term emergency shelter for victims of domestic violence into reality. After purchasing a home on Chestnut Avenue, local activist and mother to KCMO 3rd District Councilman, Brandon Ellington, Ms. E is working overtime along with her small group of dedicated supporters.

JoCo Good Life In Pix

Take a look inside The Vue in Overland Park [PHOTOS] - Kansas City Business Journal

At The Vue luxury apartment complex in downtown Overland Park, don't be surprised to find the types of amenities you'd expect to see in downtown Kansas City. Hunt Midwest developed the $49 million project at 7201 W. 80th St. and welcomed its first residents in April, but finishing touches have been completed in recent months.

Kangaroo NextGen Tech Pitch

UMKC student-led FeedKC will pitch for donations, connections at Pure Pitch Rally

Continuing a tradition of showcasing student entrepreneurs, Tuesday's Pure Pitch Rally is expected to feature a pitch from FeedKC, a group run by students at the University of Missouri-Kansas City. And thanks to a private donor to the UMKC Bloch School of Management, all funds designated for FeedKC will be matched up to $10,000.

Metro Outreach After Tragedy

Families who've lost loved ones to homicide honor KCK mass shooting victims

KANSAS CITY, Kan. -- Members of an exclusive club rallied for peace at the scene of a mass shooting, which killed four and left five others wounded. "All of us have lost somebody to a homicide," Ossco Bolton said, who doesn't know any of the Tequila KC Bar victims. "So it either is going to make you get involved harder, or it's going to break you."

Begging Viewers Like You

Public TV's Future Will Be a Huge Tote Bag of Cash, If PBS CEO Paula Kerger Has Her Way

Paula A. Kerger is the longtime CEO of PBS, the nonprofit that produces and distributes public TV's signature shows - "PBS NewsHour," "Finding Your Roots," "Masterpiece," "Nature," the Ken Burns films, and "Caillou" to name a few. She was in Kansas City this week on a mission, one that could be a game-changer for both PBS and local stations like KCPT.

KC Porch Fest Review

KC community comes together to enjoy music on porches

KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) -- Normally when you think of enjoying entertainment, it involves spending money and going to a nice venue, but how about taking a nice seat right in your community and enjoying music from the front porch? It only happens once a year where the Kansas City entertainment comes to your neighborhood.

Tesla - Love Song is the Sunday tune of the day and this is the OPEN THREAD for right now . . .


  1. Sunday niceness is nice and here's hoping it will convince the local criminal class to put down their weapons. At least for today.

  2. ^^^Horseshit!
    Not one penny for Communist PBS.

  3. It's a crime to pay more than a dime10/13/19, 5:54 AM

    ^^^^ +1

  4. The Vue ruined downtown Overland Park it's starting to look ling Kansas City downtown ugly multi story cheaply built apartments.

  5. We can stop wasting a billion dollars in taxes on PBS.

  6. "luxury apartment"


  7. “Mrs. E” is a whack job, she’s gotten several houses from the city over the last twenty years and has done nothing to fix them, she expects the tax payers to pay for all the repairs and maintenance for them. All she’s looking for is money for her from the city and with her son now on the clowncil she’s more than likely getting some handouts. The people at city hall just laugh at her crazy ass. FACT.


  8. On the birthday of Aphrodite there was a feast of the gods, at which
    the god Poros or Plenty, who is the son of Metis or Discretion, was one of the guests. When the feast was over, Penia or Poverty, as the manner is on such occasions, came about the doors to beg. Now Plenty who was the worse for nectar (there was no wine in those days), went into the garden of Zeus and fell into a heavy sleep, and Poverty considering her own straitened circumstances, plotted to have a child by him, and accordingly she lay down at his side and conceived love, who partly because he is naturally a lover of the beautiful, and because Aphrodite
    is herself beautiful, and also because he was born on her birthday, is her follower and attendant. And as his parentage is, so also are his fortunes. In the first place he is always poor, and anything but tender and fair, as the many imagine him; and he is rough and squalid, and has no shoes, nor a house to dwell in; on the bare earth exposed he lies under the open heaven, in-the streets, or at the doors of houses, taking his rest; and like his mother he is always in distress.
    "Like his father too, whom he also partly resembles, he is always plotting against the fair and good; he is bold, enterprising, strong, a mighty hunter, always weaving some intrigue or other, keen in the pursuit of wisdom, fertile in resources; a philosopher at all times, terrible as an enchanter, sorcerer, sophist. He is by nature neither mortal nor immortal, but alive and flourishing at one moment when he is in plenty, and dead at another moment, and again alive by reason of his father's nature. But that which is always flowing in is always flowing out, and so he is never in want and never in wealth; and, further, he is in a mean between ignorance and knowledge.

  9. ^^^ Chuck, name that tune!


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