Tuesday, June 09, 2020

Kansas City Tuesday News Double Down



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Enjoy Kansas City Summer Fun Amid Pandemic & Civil Unrest

Worlds of Fun to open in late June, coronavirus delays season 10 weeks

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Worlds of Fun is set to open on June 22, a little more than 10 weeks after the original opening date of April 10. The park has announced a slew of safety precautions and practices in the face of the coronavirus pandemic, which has cancelled large gatherings and killed more than 111,000 people across the U.S., according to Johns Hopkins University.


Crown Center Middle-Class Coffee Luxury Coming Soon

Crown Center welcomes locally owned Starbucks

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - A locally owned Starbucks is the latest tenant to join Crown Center. The 2,216-square-foot store opened on June 4 and can be accessed from inside Crown Center and on Grand Boulevard. Starbucks is located on the first level of Crown Center near Burnt End BBQ.


Kansas City Spring Cleaning Still Underway

Tamara Day is remodeling homes on HGTV and helping us redecorate our own homes at her Growing Days Home store

Tamara Day at her Growing Days Home store. // Photo by Rustic White Photography Tune into HGTV and chances are you'll spot Tamara Day's show Bargain Mansions. The Kansas City designer, mom, and home-remodeling master flips run-down homes across the KC area into modern-day mansions-with her dad working right alongside her.


Local Moment Of Silence

Radio stations suspend programming to honor George Floyd

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Radio stations across the nation suspended regular programming this afternoon to pay tribute to George Floyd. Music and media are being used to unify and heal a country in pain. Spontaneous protests following the death of Floyd have become common in cities across the nation.


Prez Trump Pushes Conspiracy After Old Dude Stumbles

Trump takes heat for suggesting man shoved by Buffalo police may be 'ANTIFA provocateur'

President Trump on Tuesday questioned the motives of the elderly protester who was shoved by Buffalo police officers last week and hospitalized after he hit his head in the resulting fall -- drawing severe backlash from both sides of the aisle.


Veep Campaigns At Funeral

Biden delivers address at George Floyd's funeral in Houston: 'We can't turn away'

Democratic presidential hopeful Joe Biden Joe Biden Texas governor meets with George Floyd's family, signals support for police reforms Joe Biden's ideal VP is Condoleezza Rice The Hill's Campaign Report: Republicans go on attack over calls to 'defund the police' MORE struck a unifying tone with mourners during his virtual remarks at George Floyd's funeral in Houston on Tuesday as Floyd's death sparks calls for racial equality and police reform across the country.


Conversation New Rules Debut

How to talk about race right now

For much of America to wake up to the realities of systemic racism and police brutality, the context had to be extreme: the violence had to be prolonged - over 8 minutes of a black man suffering, a knee on his neck, saying he can't breathe.


Instagram Fashion FAIL Still Worth A Peek

Instagram models wild for tiny bikini - but shoppers worry it'd 'rip in seconds'

Fashion Nova's Catching Vibes bikini has been making a splash on Instagram. Ever since Chloe Saxon donned the skimpy two-piece last month, other models have followed suit. Kelsie Jean Smeby, AJ and Monifa Jansen are among the bombshells to rock the £31.99 swimwear recently. So why is the two-piece so popular?


Empty Union Station Redux

Science City reopens Wednesday

SCIENCE CITY IS COMING BACK TO LIFE. THIS WEEK IS PHASE ONE OF IT'S -- IT'S -- ITS REOPENING, SO WEDNESDAY THROUGH SUNDAY, UNION STATION MEMBERS ARE INVITED TO RESERVE A SPOT ONLINE.


Kansas City Chiefs QB Patrick Mahomes Champions BLM

Patrick Mahomes has become the NFL's most influential figure

In our latest edition of the Arrowhead Pride Editors Show , we discussed the article that led Tuesday's edition of Arrowheadlines, "The power of Patrick Mahomes saying 'Black Lives Matter.'" Mahomes was one of the many stars who participated in an effort to push awareness for the Black Lives Matter movement, which resulted in a video response from NFL commissioner Roger Goodell.


Careful At KC Camp Corona

Summer camps open back up with new emphasis on health, safety

KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) -- Summer camps are opening back up with a new emphasis on health and safety. Some programs, like the YMCA, have sign-ups week-by-week. But many, like the Boys and Girls Clubs, have closed camp enrollment to keep groups as contained as possible to prevent the spread of COVID-19.


Late Night Storms Possible

Some storms possible Tuesday evening

Hide Transcript Show Transcript CITY. HERE IS YOUR TIMELINE, USING FUTURESCAN. BETWEEN NOW AND ABOUT 8:00 IN THE EVENING, THAT WILL BE YOUR WINDOW FOR STORMS TO BEGIN TO DEVELOP. AS YOU SEE HERE, REALLY NOT TOO WIDESPREAD. KIND OF HIT-OR-MISS.


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2 comments:

Anonymous said...

Lesser of two evils in 2020?

Might be staying home.

Anonymous said...

If enough people stay home, Trump gets reelected.