Monday, November 04, 2019

Kansas City Monday Night News Lounge



Tonight we take a peek at the rapidly evolving lingerie game that influences pop culture along with more community and local news links. Checkit:

Kansas City Celebrates Ford Tough Cash After Strike

Ford to invest $400 million in Kansas City Assembly Plant

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Ford plans to invest $400 million in the Kansas City Assembly Plant following negotiations with the United Autoworkers union. The investment in the Kansas City location is just a portion of the $6 billion Ford plans to invest in product commitments following negotiations with the UAW.


Selling Skivvies And Pulling Down Big Bucks

Rihanna's Savage X Fenty Launches Limited Edition Xtra VIP Boxes

Ahead of the holiday season, Rihanna's boundary breaking lingerie label Savage X Fenty is celebrating by launching three new limited-edition Xtra VIP boxes, curated by Rihanna's personal stylist and deputy creative director of FENTY, Jaheel Weaver. The selection features three boxes with hand-picked pieces from Savage X Fenty's lingerie and loungewear styles, all representing a different attitude.


Reprise: Sound Of Kansas City

"Ragtime" Evokes an America Then and Now in Strong MTH Production - KC STUDIO

Funny how productions of older shows so often reflect our present reality. That's certainly the case with the handsome MTH Theater production of "Ragtime," the award-winning 1998 musical based on E.L. Doctorow's novel. Director Tim Scott fills up every inch of the stage at the Crown Center performance venue with people, sound and color.


Lingerie Game Extra

Instagram Babe Sierra Skye Sizzles In Sheer Black Lingerie & Fishnet Stockings

Sierra Skye continues to sizzle in her latest Instagram share. The blond bombshell has never been one to shy away from showing off plenty of skin for the camera, and that is exactly what she did this past weekend.


Local Diversity Life Lesson

2 KCMO schools chosen as ambassadors for national initiative

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Two Kansas City, Missouri, schools will serve as national ambassadors over the next year, educating others about the history of African Americans in North America. The African-Centered College Preparatory Academy and John T. Hartman Elementary School were chosen to serve as institutional ambassadors for the National Park Service's 400 Years of African-American History Commission.


KC G-Man Tour Tonight

Take an exclusive look inside the Kansas City FBI Citizens Training Academy

They protect, they serve, they support, they investigate, and they teach. No television station has ever been allowed into the Kansas City FBI Field Office's Citizens Academy - until now.KMBC 9 News reporter William Joy spent weeks learning how FBI agents and SWAT team members are trained to do everything from shooting guns to making bombs - all to make Kansas City, and the country, safer.


Independence, MO Born Rapper Continues His Un-PC Reign

Eminem Allegedly Says He Sides With Chris Brown Over Rihanna Assault

Shutterstock Newly leaked audio from what appears to allegedly be features lyrics about Chris Brown assaulting in 2009. In the leaked audio, the 47-year-old rapper says, "I'd side with Chris Brown, I'd beat down a b-h too." According to Insider, a Reddit user posted the seven-second snippet, titled "(SNIPPET) Eminem - Things Get Worse (Rihanna Diss)" on Sunday, Nov.


Kansas City Tribute To Fallen

National WWI Museum and Memorial creates Vietnam War exhibit

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - The National World War I Museum and Memorial will unveil its new Vietnam War exhibit this weekend. The war is hard to forget, according to Matthew Naylor, president and CEO of the National World War I Museum and Memorial.


Local Movie Fest Sneak Peek

The Kansas International Film Festival starts Friday. Here's a few picks.

From Scandalous: The Untold Story of the National Enquirer. // Photo courtesy of Magnolia Pictures. When the Kansas International Film Festival started out 19 years ago, it was called Halfway to Hollywood. That old name would have been particularly well-suited to this year's fest, which offers a wide spectrum of movies-narrative features, documentaries, and short films-from both the Kansas City...


Autumn Awaits Tomorrow

More sunshine, but still cool on Tuesday

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1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Go to college and end up flinging plates or coffees or working at Ford if your lucky.

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