Thursday, November 28, 2019

Kansas City Turkey Night News Blast



Quick glimpse at some news, info, links, pop culture and just a bit #TBT KC Chiefs remembrance tonight . . .

Kansas City Tribute Tonight

Commentary: Halls of Fame

Mention "the hall of fame," and the average fan might think of Cooperstown or Canton. But shrines to our sports legends can be found from coast to coast, including right here in Kansas City. As commentator Victor Wishna contends in this month's edition of "A Fan's Notes," that's a good thing.


KC Hero Suffers Tragic Loss

Tom Watson's wife, Hilary, dies at age 63 after battle with pancreatic cancer

STILWELL, Kan. -- Hilary Watson, wife of golf great Tom Watson has died after a two year battle with pancreatic cancer, according to Golf Digest. According to the report, the Watsons flew back to their home in Stilwell, Kansas last Saturday so Hilary could enter into in hospice care.


Prez Trump Winning Today

President Trump makes surprise Thanksgiving visit to Afghanistan

President Trump showed up in Afghanistan on Thursday for a surprise Thanksgiving visit with troops engaged in America's longest-ever military conflict. Mr. Trump arrived at Bagram Air Field shortly after 8:30 p.m. local time and spent more than two-and-a-half hours on the ground, speaking to troops and meeting with Afghanistan's president.


Kansas City Irony: Giving Guide Behind The Paywall

Check out Kansas City's Giving Guide [DIGITAL EDITION] - Kansas City Business Journal

The Giving Guide is an annual publication that communicates the mission, opportunities and financial needs of Kansas City-area nonprofits and foundations. The Kansas City Business Journal's 2019-2020 Giving Guide first appears in print on Nov. 13. Click here to see Kansas City's Giving Guide, which is unlocked now for all readers.


Irredeemable American History

Nelson-Atkins Has Obtained Extraordinarily Rare Image of Slaves Working on a Plantation

Enslaved people stand outside at a modest Green County, Georgia, plantation hoisting baskets of cotton on their heads as their owner looks on. The image, recently gifted to the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, just might be one of the rarest of its kind. Jane Aspinwall, curator of photography at the Nelson-Atkins, is mesmerized by the image.


High On Turkey

Cannabis-infused turkey gravy is taking Thanksgiving dinner to a 'higher level,' company says

Kiva Confections, a market leader in cannabis edibles, has created a turkey gravy loaded with THC that it claims starts working within minutes. "Awkward family dinner conversation? In just under 15 minutes you'll start feeling the effects, so you can sit back, relax, and let the holiday cheer wash over you," the company said in a press release.


Thankful For Kansas City Music Scene

Draggin' the Line

I was in bad shape when I stepped inside the Riot Room on the afternoon of Sunday, November 24. A spate of terrible news had taken a toll on me. Drawn to the nebulous blare coming from the stage, I pushed through a cluster of about 50 people at the free show to claim a spot in front of a bank of speakers.


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

10 comments:

Jimminy said...

Trump did the right thing today, surprising none of the Senators did the same thing too.

Anonymous said...

Kansas City-area nonprofits and foundations.

Full list of crooks.

Anonymous said...

Ah yes the non profit rackets. KCMO's specialty.

Anonymous said...

Nelson-Atkins Has Obtained Extraordinarily Rare Image of Slaves Working on a Plantation


Wow they got pics of Amazon warehouse workers and delivery drivers?

Anonymous said...

Cannabis-infused turkey gravy is taking Thanksgiving dinner to a 'higher level,' company says


Wow just what the country needs. More stoned giggling idiots thinking they've achieved a higher level of consciousness.

Anonymous said...

Marinating turkey in vodka and stuffing with Xanax makes for a very mellow gathering.

Anonymous said...

Welcome to Hell

Anonymous said...

I am thankful for TKC.

Anonymous said...

7:13 that’s sad and true.

Anonymous said...

Is Nelson-Atkins saying it was extreme rare for slaves to be working on a plantation? Seems kind of racist.