For our late night denizens we wanted to share COMFORTING AND WONDERFUL STORIES OF KANSAS CITY RISING TO THE OCCASION AND LOOKING OUT FOR OUR COMMUNITY.
Here are some highlights we found that are certainly worth consideration . . .
Bless Kansas City St. Patrick!!!
On Tuesday, Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes announced that his 15 and the Mahomies Foundation is giving $100,000 to Kansas City school lunch programs to help kids and families get through the coronavirus pandemic.
Kegger Kelce To The Rescue
Tyreek Hill started the wave and Travis Kelce said he's taking it higher.On Monday, Kansas City Chiefs receiver Tyreek Hill announced he would partner with Harvesters to donate 6,000 meals to families in need during the COVID-19 outbreak through his Tyreek Hill Foundation.
Sign of The Times Debuts As Kansas City Work Continues
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Image360 Kansas City is offering free "open" banners to local restaurants, bars and retail stores to indicate to customers what services they are providing. In a series of tweets, the graphics company stated that it will try to keep the banners in stock as production allows.
KC Talks It Out
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, a Kansas City restaurant is adjusting the way it serves the community. Not with food, but through conversation. On Tuesday, Cafe Gratitude announced that it will temporarily close from March 18 - April 1.
KC Internets State Debuts
Need To Embrace Your Inner Thespian? KC Public Theatre Offers Up Ingenious Interactive Online Programs - In Kansas City
Given that nearly all theater groups in the metro have gone dark during the coronavirus outbreak, Kansas City Public Theatre has devised a couple ingenious online programs, if you feel the need to embrace your inner thespian. According to a recent email, the troupe has unveiled two unique projects where you can partake right from...
KCPD Continue To Save Lives
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - A teenage boy is thankful that two officers with the Kansas City, Missouri, Police Department were in the right place at the right time. On Thursday evening, Officers Whitney and Whitelaw noticed Isaac, 13, hunched over while on patrol near 17th Street and Fuller Avenue.
Family Time Bright Side
OVERLAND PARK, Kan. -- As confirmed cases of of coronavirus continue to spread throughout the state of Kansas, Gov. Laura Kelly is ordering all K-12 schools to close for the remainder of the school year. Across the state, this will impact an estimated half-million students who will now shift to online learning.
Believe it or not, we love upbeat stories about Kansas City and so many good deeds in these troubled times . . . Developing . . .