Right now the promo hotness of Brit babe KB inspires us to take a peek at headlines concerning pop culture, community news and info from across the nation and around the world . . .
Kansas City 2020 Wedding Season Officially Ruined
Anyone who has ever been even on the periphery of wedding planning knows that it's not always the magical time it's purported to be. But can you imagine finalizing every detail only to have to do it all again - and maybe even once more - because a pandemic wrecked your plans?
COVID-19 School Daze
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) - Kansas City is making masks mandatory inside businesses and other places that are open to the public amid a growing number of confirmed coronavirus cases. Mayor Quinton Lucas said Friday that starting Monday, visitors and employees must wear masks when 6 feet (1.8 meters) of separation isn't feasible.
STL Against History
by: AP Wire Posted: / Updated: ST. LOUIS - Protesters are calling for the removal of a statue of St. Louis' namesake, a French king-turned-saint who burned manuscript copies of Jewish religious texts during the Middle Ages, while another group is praying for the monument to stay. The St.
KB Unafraid Of The Dreaded 'Quarantine 15' Threat
Kelly Brook has revealed she's gained a few pounds amid the coronavirus lockdown. The TV and radio presenter, 40, admitted she's 'not worried' about her 'weight creeping up' and declared 'diets shouldn't be about deprivation', after revealing she shed a whopping two stone in March.
Wedding Dress Design Power Player Proves Ageless
Designer Vera Wang rocked a rainbow manicure while celebrating Pride Month Vera Wang put her flair for fashion on display while commemorating a very special day for the LGBTQ community.
Statue War Of Words Persists
Lindsey Graham Declares 'War' on Confederate Statue Activists Who 'Hate America' and 'Want to Destroy the Family'
U.S. Senator Lindsey Graham is declaring "war" on Confederate statue activists who are pulling down monuments to slave owners and those who led the Civil War against the United States of America. In a diatribe on "Fox & Friends" Friday, the Republican from South Carolina who succeeded racist GOP Sen.
Coronavirus Numbers Continue To Spike Around The World
BEIJING (Reuters) - Global coronavirus cases exceeded 10 million on Sunday according to a Reuters tally, marking a major milestone in the spread of the respiratory disease that has so far killed almost half a million people in seven months. The figure is roughly double the number of severe influenza illnesses recorded annually, according to the World Health Organisation.
Super Powers Standoff
Chinese and Indian officials have continued to exchange a war of words following the brutal dispute at the border last week which left more than 50 soldiers dead. At the site of the bloody battle in Galwan Valley, Chinese authorities have since added new military structures on what Indian officials have called its side of the Line of Actual Control (LAC) - the de facto border.
Prez Trump Promised He Wouldn't Play Golf All The Time
Donald Trump visited one his own private golf courses in Virginia on Saturday as America continued to see fallout from a rapid surge in coronavirus cases and a day after the US president said he would stay in Washington DC to "make sure law and order is enforced" amid ongoing anti-racism protests.
Kansas City Resource Offers Important Perspective
Editor's Briefing: Black Archives shares stories of KC history you didn't learn in school - Kansas City Business Journal
More than 120 years before George Floyd died beneath the knee of a Minneapolis police officer, Erastus Brown died at the end of a lynch mob's rope in Union, Missouri. Brown was going to get medicine for his sick young daughter when accused of hitting a white woman in the head with a stone.
Kansas City Chiefs Consider Championship Legacy
After the Kansas City Chiefs won Super Bowl LIV, the first for the franchise in 50 years, the narrative around the team changed from "Can this team win the big game?" to "How many times will Patrick Mahomes lead the Chiefs to the promised land?"
Sweltering Sunday Ahead
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This little light of mine » par Sister Rosetta Tharpe (1960) is the song of the day and this is the OPEN THREAD for right now.