The days of the "lad mag" are long gone but that doesn't mean we still don't love Lucy, legendary stories of her club days, and her legacy of hotness as we check pop culture, community news and info from across the nation and around the world . . .
KCPT Promotes Lockdown Tech Functional Alcoholism
The first week or so was reminiscent of the rare school night sleepover in elementary school, or perhaps the even more lawless first week in the freshman dorms. The prospect of rolling out of bed and into the "office" made staying up a bit later to binge a few more episodes a little easier.
Westboro Hates Easter
This Sunday is Easter, the holiest day of the year for Christians. With most of the United States on lockdown amidst the coronavirus pandemic, the vast majority of churches are moving services online to avoid restrictions on public gatherings and unnecessary trips from home.
Half Kansas COVID-19 Cases Located In Metro Area
by: FOX 4 Newsroom Posted: / Updated: TOPEKA, Kan. - State officials are reporting 1,268 positive coronavirus cases in Kansas, including 55 deaths as of April 11. More than half of those cases are on the Kansas side of the KC metro. Johnson, Wyandotte and Leavenworth Counties combined have 673 reported cases.
Insta Hotties Spark Anger Amid Coronavirus Scarcity
Instagram models around the world have shared images of themselves modeling their 'quarankinis' which they have made using medical masks The shocking trend comes amid a global shortage of protective personal equipment (PPE) among healthcare workers who are having to re-use masks One influencer from Russia, Yulia Ushakova, shared a
Prez Trump Coronavirus Reaction Debated
The Navy Is Losing Its Fight Against the Coronavirus Why Americans Are So Resistant to Masks This Is Joe Biden's Moment And Now ... Back to the Election The New York Times takes a deep dive into the weeks that preceded the coronavirus crisis and paints a devastating portrait of how the White House wasted valuable weeks before it finally decided to take action.
Odds & Ends For Lady Veep
With Sen. Bernie Sanders out of the race, the Joe Biden campaign is now moving into the fraught and delicate process of choosing a running mate. Biden, at age 77, would be the oldest president ever elected should he triumph in November, making the vice president pick more important than ever.
The Queen's Easter Greeting
"Coronavirus will not overcome us," the Queen has said, in her traditional Easter message to the nation. While celebrations would be different for many this year, she said: "We need Easter as much as ever."
DOJ Defends Constitution
The Justice Department (DOJ) may take action next week against local governments that have cracked down on religious services as widespread parts of the country are shut down due to the coronavirus pandemic, a DOJ spokesperson said Saturday.
Guv Kelly Pleads With Locals To Stay Home Easter 2020
TOPEKA, Kan. - Governor Laura Kelly announced an alternative to public Easter egg hunts on April 11, the day before Easter during the coronavirus pandemic. Kelly urged Kansans to participate in a 'Safe Easter Egg Hunt' by coloring state-themed patters on printouts of Easter eggs.
Show-Me Long Gone Day Of Cooperation In Jeff City
This spring, Missouri lost one of the key partners in the most dynamic cross-party legislative collaboration I've seen in half a century. Jack Buechner was a founding member of a group of lawmakers who entered Missouri's legislature in 1973 when Richard Nixon's Watergate scandal and the Vietnam War created a tidal wave of change.
KANSAS CITY HIPSTER COOKBOOK COMING SOON!!!
Deadline Extended! Submit Your Recipes to Extra Helping, a Cookbook to Benefit the Hospitality Industry
Rye's lemon-meringue pie. Katie's Pizza & Pasta's fiori arrabiatta. Harold's Doughnuts' baked donut holes. These are just a few of the recipes we're excited to share with you in Extra Helping, a new community-sourced cookbook from Feast and Small Circle Recipes.
Cowtown Endures Stormy Weather Tonight
Many areas in the metro are under a severe thunderstorm watch until 11 PM. We've already seen gusty winds and larger hail with the first severe warned storms. But what does that mean for the metro area and points north? We're watching the characteristics of these storms early to give us an idea of what we can expect later.
And this is the OPEN THREAD for right now . . .