Sunday, November 03, 2019

Kansas City Sunday News Look



Hottie Adriana is only 38 but in the modeling game that makes her an old school, senior, veteran. Accordingly, we celebrate her enduring hotness and pop culture info on aging gracefully. Take a look:

Daily Mail: Adriana Lima bares chiseled midriff in clinging workout gear as she debuts first collection with Puma

NYT: Dancing Past 60 - ‘I Actually Forget That I Am Aging’

WebMD: Exercise Can Lower Older Women's Fracture Risk

Closer to home, here are the news links we're checking for this glorious Sunday morning . . .

Kansas City Chiefs Football Share Big Picture Tribute

Salute to Service: Chiefs to Honor Our Nation's Heroes on Sunday

The Kansas City Chiefs are taking on the Minnesota Vikings on Sunday afternoon at Arrowhead Stadium, but this weekend's game is about much more than just the final score. It's about the real heroes in our community.


Serving Local Kindness

No Kid Hungry Dinner Showcases Return of Overland Park's Chef Brad Kilgore

Screenshot from BAPrepare to feast well. Executive chef Joe West invites top-tier culinary talent to prepare Kansas City's first No Kid Hungry Chef Dinner at The Savoy at 21c. The multi-course dinner on Tuesday, November 5, includes a cocktail reception and live auction.


Kansas City Tech Scene Touts Cash Confidence

Co-founder trio invests $4.75M in KC RentTech startup Simplifyy

It's about motivation, said Robert Henrichs, describing the co-founders of Kansas City-based Simplifyy's decision to invest $4.75 million in the RentTech startup. "There is a lot of confidence around the venture because the founders have years of industry experience and recognize it is primed for disruption," said Henrichs, who is responsible for marketing at Simplifyy.


Suburban Rules Revamped

Blue Springs limits payday loan stores and tobacco shops

Barring a population boom, Blue Springs could well have fewer short-term loan business and tobacco shops in the future. The City Council has voted to cap the number of short-term loan shops, commonly called payday loan shops, as well as "tobacconists" - that is, businesses that primarily sell tobacco products, including e-cigarettes.


Justice Delayed In Kansas

Police need help in 20-year-old cold case: woman vanished after a bar fight in KCK

KANSAS CITY, Kan. - Police still need the public's help in a cold case from 20 years ago. Star Boomer vanished in the evening on Feb. 23, 1999. Boomer was a patron of Uncle Mike's Bar at 49 th and Metropolitan in Kansas City, Kansas. Witnesses told police an altercation unfolded in the bar.


New Royals Leader Redux

Kansas City Royals: Mike Matheny is correct hire for rebuilding Royals

The surprise is the reaction from a Kansas City Royals fan base that should be excited about the future of the organization rather than question the decision. Mike Matheny was hired at the end of the 2018 season as special adviser for player development.


Kansas City Sunday Sun Shines In All Of Its Autumn Glory

Gorgeous, sunny Sunday in Kansas City

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George Michael - Faith is the Sunday song of the day and this is the OPEN THREAD for right now . . .

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

Kansas City Tech Scene

What tech scene?

Anonymous said...

^^^ Good question.

Anonymous said...

Gorgeous, sunny Sunday in Kansas City


Oh really have you looked out the window Mr. Weather Anchor?