Sunday, April 19, 2020

Kansas City Sunday News Turnaround



We take a peek at hottie Sara and continue checking pop culture, community news and info from across the nation . . .


Kansas City Urban Farm Economy Growing Stronger

City Bitty Farms keeping kitchen teams employed, feeding those in need during COVID-19 outbreak

STARTING] WHAT WE'VE BEEN SAYING IS KEEP PEOPLE HEALTHY AND FEED PEOPLE HEALTH. KELEIGH: AT CITY BITTY FARM IN KANSAS CITY MISSOURI. THAT IS THE INITIATIVE. WITH THE COVID-19 OUTBREAK FORCING CLOSURES OF RESTAURANTS ACROSS THE COUNTRY, THIS CROP NOW HAS NEW PURPOSE. THERE YOU GO.


Latest Raytown Police Shooting Victim Postscript

Highway patrol identifies man killed in officer-involved shooting at Raytown Walmart

RAYTOWN, Mo. - The Missouri State Highway Patrol has identified the person killed in an officer-involved shooting Saturday night. The incident was reported just after 8 p.m. Saturday. Police said a man entered the Walmart off East 350 Highway, armed with a gun. An officer encountered the man and shots were fired, according to police.


Library Life Lesson

Johnson County Library employees creating safety masks for health care workers, first responders

MAKERS AND ARTISTS ARE RESOURCEFUL PEOPLE AND WE ALWAYS FIND A SOLUTIO ALAN: THE PROBLEM, NOT ENOUGH SAFETY MASK PPE'S FOR FIRST RESPONDERS AND HEALTHCARE NATS WORKERS.


Kansas City Drama Cont'd

KC theaters navigate the continuing virus crisis

Vanessa Severo and Nathan Darrow as Maggie and Brick // Photo: Don Ipock As spring and early-summer travel plans are being skewered by the pandemic, we have found some consolation in the promise of summer outings - to the theater, to the park, to the theater in the park.


Sara In All Her Glory

Victoria's Secret model Sara Sampaio turns up the heat during lockdown

VICTORIA'S Secret model Sara Sampaio has made sure she stays in great shape during lockdown - no ifs or butts. The Portuguese beauty, 28, has her own gym in a converted garage at her £3.5million home in Los Angeles, California. She also posted a snap on Instagram of her completing a giant jigsaw of her dogs while isolating.


Columnists Rebuke Prez Trump

Column: By pushing to 'liberate' states, Trump is asking us to play Russian roulette with our lives

"LIBERATE MINNESOTA!" "LIBERATE MICHIGAN!" "LIBERATE VIRGINIA." With these three short tweets last week, President Donald Trump attempted to kick off the post-lockdown phase of America's coronavirus crisis. It should be called: "American Russian roulette: The COVID-19 version." What Trump was saying with those tweets was: Everybody, just go back to work.


Sleazy Landlords Give Most Home Providers Bad Name

Landlords are targeting vulnerable tenants to solicit sex for rent

Some landlords are taking advantage of the coronavirus outbreak, soliciting sexual favors in lieu of rent payments from economically vulnerable tenants, according to advocates.


TKC Reader Wonders If Swedes Show Us Viable Alternative COVID-19 Strategy

Sweden left schools, bars, restaurants, and gyms open during the coronavirus pandemic. Experts say the strategy might be working.

Sweden has seen some indications of success with its coronavirus mitigation strategies, the nation's top epidemiologist said. According to Bloomberg News, experts have reported a "more flat curve" with respect to its daily increase in new COVID-19 cases.


King Of News Links Turns Against Prez Trump

Conservative news mogul Matt Drudge fires back at Trump, says his web traffic is at record levels

In a rare statement, Matt Drudge, the prominent conservative news mogul, refuted President Trump's Saturday claim that traffic to his website has plummeted as its coverage has grown more critical of him.


Show-Me New Nurse Heroes

Nurses' program shortened as Missouri coronavirus cases rise

ST. LOUIS (AP) - A hospital system and Saint Louis University are trying to make it easier for retired nurses to return to caring for patients during the coronavirus pandemic. The move by the university and the SSM Health system comes as the number of confirmed cases and COVID-19-related deaths continue to rise in Missouri.


Kansas Growing Season

Kansas moves one step closer to commercial hemp program

HUTCHINSON, Kan. (AP) - The process of establishing a new commercial hemp program in Kansas has taken a critical first step. The Hutchinson News reports that the U.S. Department of Agriculture approved the plan by the Kansas Department of Agriculture to change the state's research-based commercial hemp program to a commercial program.


Springtime Weather Outlook

Temps in 60s with light showers Monday

A FORECAST SO YOU -- EXCLUSIVE LI RADAR AT NINE-DAY FORECAST SO YOU WILL KNOW FIRST. TH IS EXCLUSIVE FIRST ALERT WEATHER. NEVILLE: IT WITH A MORE LIKE SPRING OUT THERE THIS WEEK AND WE WILL SEE SPRING SHOWERS FOR THE NEXT SEVERAL DAYS.


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

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

so goes Druge, so goes the Republican Party. Sorry Don. It was fun while it lasted.

Anonymous said...

Good for the Swedes!