Very much like the lifelong hotness of elegant Brit Liz, the news never stops . . . And so here's a slice of the Kansas City evening discourse. Checkit:
East Side Illuminated
KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) -- This December will be a major first for one Kansas City neighborhood. The Jazz District at 18th and Vine is adding a hint of blue to its festivities. You're used to seeing the Plaza Lighting Ceremony every year. Several neighborhoods and cities in this area hold their own.
Kangaroo Head Check Tech
KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Between travel, scheduling plans and other stressers, the holidays can be a tough time for people. Add that to college students working toward finals, and anxiety and depression can skyrocket. To combat that, one metro college is taking a new approach to make sure test-taking isn't the only thing students are focusing on right now.
Golden Ghetto Power Play
OVERLAND PARK, Kan. - Dr. Faris Farassati, who represents Overland Park's fifth ward on the city council, announced his intention to run for mayor in the 2021 election. Farassati was first appointed to the city council in May 2017, then elected in November of that same year.
Liz Keeps It Tight
Elizabeth Hurley's age-defying bikini body officially has Instagram shook. The 54-year-old British model and actress has taken to the platform twice over the Black Friday/Cyber Monday period- it looks like both updates went down pretty nicely indeed. Elizabeth's snap today was aptly dubbed a "package deal" by Hollywood Life's coverage.
Lady Life Lessons
A 71-year-old psychologist has a message for women of her generation: "Happiness is a choice and a set of skills." She lays out the road map. Guest Mary Pipher , psychologist specializing in women, trauma and the effects of our culture on mental health.
Booze For A Good Cause
Twenty-four local breweries have partnered to raise funds to support Michael Wells' family
Cold Front Friday
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Colder on Friday with highs in the 40s then back to the 50s on Saturday
And this is the OPEN THREAD for tonight . . .