Wednesday, December 04, 2019

Kansas City Late Night News Links



Promo hotness, pop culture, community news and just a few items for our evening readers. Checkit:

Debating Local Life Lessons

American Graduate Town Hall | Career Education through Community Engagement

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Courthouse Fix Underway

County takes up work at courthouse

Jackson County is a step closer to fixing the Downtown Courthouse elevators that have been a headache for officials since flooding in the building early this year. The County Legislature is set to vote next Monday on a $6.36 million contract with the Schindler Elevator Corporation of Kansas City, the sole bidder for the work.


Taylor Hottie Promo

Taylor Swift's British Vogue Outfits Are Peak Winter Fashion Goals, and Yep, I Need Them All

Taylor Swift is ringing in the new year with a new look. Over the weekend, British Vogue unveiled its January 2020 cover featuring the pop star, and it gave us a lot of Winter fashion inspiration. While her fabulous side-swept bangs caught our eye upon first glance, it's her outfit choices that mysteriously have us excited to brace the cold weather in style.


Hungry X-Mas Coming Soon

Nearly 700,000 will lose food stamps with USDA work requirement change

The Trump administration Wednesday formalized work requirements for recipients of food stamps, a move that will cause hundreds of thousands of people to lose access to the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program or SNAP.


Golden Ghetto Rubble Remains

Overland Park won't do anything with years-old rockslide blocking Turkey Creek Trail

OVERLAND PARK, Kan. -- The Turkey Creek Trail will remain "partially open" after city officials decided they aren't going to clean up a rockslide that damaged and blocked the trail two to three years ago.


Mag Life Dooesn't Pay Much

Careers - Kansas City Magazine

Kansas City magazine (formerly 435 Magazine), the largest local magazine in Kansas City, was first published in 2006. Its commitment to high-quality journalism has made it one of the Midwest's most respected regional publications. Since 2009, Kansas City has been nominated and awarded the Best Print Publication in Kansas City by the Media Mix Professionals of Greater Kansas City.


Football Feature Tonight

"The Franchise" tailgate

A new episode of The Franchise debuts tonight at 6 p.m. You can catch it live above. What else is happening tonight?


And this is the OPEN THREAD for tonight . . .

9 comments:

Anonymous said...

Taylor showing tail and other news.

You got to get those interviews one way or another!

Anonymous said...


Democrat food stamp scammers now have to work 3 months , out of every 3 years.

wait for it..


RAAAAAAAACISM!!!!!

Less Snap is Good, said...

Oh this will piss Byron off and half the population of Missouri.

Anonymous said...

Only in Jackson County government do you have to create a new undefined $220,000/year job to get an elevator fixed.
You really can't make this stuff up!

Anonymous said...

10:50: By all means, let's deny people $160 a month in food stamps.

By the way, how many trillions did we pay to bail out the banks in 2008?

Anonymous said...

Hey,but the banks work.

Anonymous said...

Hey dumbass @ 8:12, Really? You have a problem with a requirement for someone to work just 20 hours a week to earn their public subsidy? Doesn't say how much they have to make but just make the effort. Even that is waived in areas with over 6% unemployment.

Anonymous said...

Just do like 435 Magazine does, hire interns for low wages and work them part time so no benefits need to be paid. (it is the new economy)

Anonymous said...

TOP PHOTO -- LOOK WHAT YOU MADE ME LICK

When the public finally realized that Taylor Swift was a lesbian, if left a sour taste in their mouths!!!