Tuesday, December 17, 2019

Kansas City Tuesday News Double Take

Close readers of the blog have found this tribute to Lucy hotness along with another glimpse at Kansas City morning news, pop culture hottie reporting and a few other tidbits worth a peek . . .

Kansas City Champions Low-Rent Po'Folk Environmentalism

Kansas City utility will try new program to lower barrier to efficiency upgrades

Missouri utility regulators instructed Evergy to run a one-year, $15 million pilot program using a "Pay As You Save" concept. Kansas City residents will soon have a new option to pay for energy efficiency upgrades that doesn't require borrowing, upfront payments or credit checks.

Slower Cowtown Biz

How Kansas City's economic growth stacks up against the Midwest - Kansas City Business Journal

Kansas City's economy grew slower than all but two Midwest competitor between 2014 and 2018, according to new data released by the federal Bureau of Economic Analysis. Over the last five years, the metro's gross economic domestic product grew at a compounded 0.8% annual rate, adjusted for inflation. Ten regions grew faster.

Kansas City Free Transit Support For The Troops

Local army veteran given new car

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - A new car should make getting around much easier for a local veteran who has faced challenges ever since serving in Iraq. Santa Claus gave the car keys to Lawrence Smith on Thursday evening at the CARSTAR Metcalf auto body shop in Stilwell, Kansas.

Lucy Acting Up

Lucy Pinder on her transition to stage and why she loves her new role

Former Celebrity Big Brother stars Lucy Pinder and Paul Danan are appearing in Michael Head's south London-inspired play this month. Worth a Flutter, which runs from May 1-19 at The Hope Theatre in Islington, is Michael's third show as playwright and Lucy's stage debut.

New Career Day

Embrace The Fear Of Career Transition

With the pace of change increasing rapidly during the 4th industrial revolution, it is likely that most people will have multiple jobs throughout their careers, often spanning different sectors and roles. The ability to transition smoothly between careers is therefore likely to be important to our personal and collective success.

Xenu Arrives Downtown

Kansas City's Church of Scientology opens a Winter Wonderland: Is this some ploy?

L. Ron Hubbard, the late science fiction writer and founder of the controversial and often maligned Church of Scientology, told his followers in 1968, "There was no Christ." Yet as of Saturday, a belly-laughing Santa and Mrs.

Footballer Job Opportunities

Let's Argue: "I don't want Terrell Suggs on the Chiefs"

Welcome to this week's edition of Inspired by a video series created by music reviewer Anthony Fantano, Robert Rimpson's weekly series takes a look at hot takes, unpopular opinions, wacky predictions and more from fans Let's Argue! On Monday, the Chiefs claimed Terrell Suggs from the waiver wire.

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


Anonymous said...

Like all the swiss chiefs, his season ends in three weeks...

'Wait till next year!'

part 2020

verse 51

Anonymous said...


When Big Ben threatened to withdraw from the Lucy Union, a giant sucking sound could be heard!!!

Anonymous said...

^^^^ YESH

Dem Tittays.