Saturday, July 11, 2020

Kansas City Saturday News Look

Inspired by the fashion goodness of Bryana we take peek at pop culture, community news and info from across the nation and around the world . . .

Kansas City Hoops Program Practices Social Distancing

Mayor's Night programming for youth returns at 'crucial time' in Kansas City

Amid record-breaking violence plaguing Kansas City, Missouri, this summer, a city-wide tradition that goes back more than 20 years returned Friday with the first Mayor's Nights event of 2020. The program aims to create a safe place for kids to interact and express themselves.

Local COVID Comeback

Lee's Summit man celebrates leaving hospital after months-long COVID-19 battle

OVERLAND PARK, Kan. - After being in the hospital since April 6, Everidge Cade's sendoff at St. Luke's Rehabilitation Center in Overland Park was more than just a fond farewell. It was a celebration for the staff, the patient, and his family. Cade, 73, initially went to the hospital due to shortness of breath.


Several puppies rescued after being dumped in landfill

Some puppies are looking for a temporary home after being dumped in a landfill. These poor babies were found and taken to unleashed pet rescue and adoption. The kansas highway patrol is investigating who left them in the hot sun.

Hottie Rocks Out

Bryana Holly rocks a raunchy look as she smoulders topless by some boulders

STONY-faced Bryana Holly really rocks this over-the-shoulder boulder smoulder. The 26-year-old model was recently pictured smiling with her actor boyfriend Nicholas Hoult, 30. The American beauty was spotted heading out for a walk with the Brit actor and their baby son, 23 months, in Los Angeles, last Thursday.

Team Trump Walks

Roger Stone to Trump after commutation: 'Thank you, Mr. President'

Roger Stone says Donald Trump saved his life by commuting his prison sentence Friday night. "The President has saved my life," Stone said, "And he's given me the opportunity to fight for vindication." While he expressed his gratitude for Trump's decision, Stone says it didn't come as a shock.

American Corona Crisis Cont'd

Expert warns the US is approaching 'one of the most unstable times in the history of our country'

With rising Covid-19 cases and hospitalizations sending many states backward in their reopening plans, one health expert warns that if the US continues on its current path it will reach "one of the most unstable times in the history of our country."

The Great Bean Debate

Hispanic brand faces boycott for CEO's Trump praise

A popular Hispanic-owned food company is facing calls for a boycott, after its chief executive praised US President Donald Trump. While at the White House, Goya Foods CEO Robert Unanue said Mr Trump's leadership was a blessing. Goya Foods - sold in the US and many Latin countries - is the largest Hispanic-owned food company in the US.

Tucker's Coworker Exposed

Tucker Carlson's top writer resigns after secretly posting racist and sexist remarks in online forum

Editor's note: This article quotes racist, homophobic and sexist language, much of which has not been censored.

Sinking Feeling In Kansas

Is there a mysterious monster lurking in a Kansas sinkhole?

Sixty-seven years ago, an eighteen-year-old Mennonite farm boy from a tiny Kansas town had a lake monster in his sights. Albert "Bert" Neufeld fired two shots from his hunting rifle in a vain attempt to bag Sinkhole Sam, the greatest monster legend Kansas has ever known.

Show-Me Masked Future

Missouri cities requiring masks as reported virus cases rise

O'FALLON, Mo. (AP) - The rapidly rising number of confirmed new coronavirus cases has prompted facial- covering requirements in several areas of Missouri, including the state's largest city. The state health department on Friday reported 662 new cases of the COVID-19 virus. A day earlier, the 795 reported cases broke the one-day record of 773 set on Tuesday.

Artsy Kansas Interlude

Painter brings art projects to small Kansas towns amid pandemic

LEAVENWORTH, KS -- As the sunrise color palette trickles in over a 100-year-old building, Leigh Coffman sets up her scaffolding. The muralist starts work every morning as early as she can stand, getting an early start on the Leavenworth Main Street Association's office in the city's historic downtown.

Katie Calls Today's Weather

Hot Saturday ahead; strong storms possible in afternoon


The Rolling Stones - Criss Cross is the song of the day and this is the OPEN THREAD for right now . . .


Anonymous said...

Set those puppies FREE!

Super Dave said...

I like Goya Foods and buy them as well. The owner of such should be free to support who they want and the public or should I say the demorats need to stand down and shut the hell up.

Anonymous said...

^^^And yet consumers also have the right to express their opinions by supporting those whose opinions they don't find repugnant. Weird.

Anonymous said...

"Is there a mysterious monster lurking in a Kansas sinkhole?"

Relax. It's just Kris Kobach.

Anonymous said...

Quite a few have sunk their mysterious monsters in Katie's sinkhole. If ya' know what I mean.

Anonymous said...

Present company excluded, right?

Anonymous said...

Smart phones and computers for dumb people is our Nations curse.

"There would be very little outrage and backlash if you had to put a stamp on it and mail it in."

Anonymous said...

Katie’s tits look nice today.

Anonymous said...

8:50 the present movement you mention isn't about anything other than hate you jackass.

BLM is the equivalent of the KKK in terms of its racism, in terms of its antisemitism, in terms of its anti-Americanism. And this is the point that the left refuses to acknowledge and, in fact, attacks anyone who mentions it.

Anonymous said...

Maxine Waters in the sinkhole.

Anonymous said...

Bryana is my new favorite! Damn she’s hot!

Anonymous said...

10:39: And so you're saying people don't have the right to boycott products when they object to the policies the makers of those products endorse?

Clayton Bigsby said...

No one seemed to care about Goyawhen the CEO was invited to the White House as part of Michelle's healthy kids lunch program

Anonymous said...

^^^And yet no one cares even now. Weird.

Anonymous said...


Michelle Obama's Healthy Kids Lunch Program was not part of any ongoing campaign to weaken America by fomenting divisiveness and alienating our Allies while cozying up to our Enemies!

You Trumppuppets bray about Trump's strength as yet another try at the "Big Lie", ignoring his weakness and indecisiveness.

America is not fooled, but Trump's supporters are fooling themselves!

Clayton Bigsby said...

OK so let's call it selective whining by the same fucking losers as usual

Clayton Bigsby said...

OK so trying to create more Latino jobs is divisive,you assholes need to ball up and die.

Anonymous said...

Latinos as a rule work their ass off, makes blacks look lazy in comparison. No love lost here.

Anonymous said...

^^Exactly. Latinos are 1000% better than coons, at anything.

Anonymous said...

The fomenting of divisiveness is coming entirely from the left. Their hatred of Trump is so deep and abiding that they cannot abide anyone who does not share it and they see to destroy everyone who does not comply with their sick and hateful views. The Goya CEO could give the entire left a lesson in patriotism. They would rather stick their fingers in their ears and shout nanny nanny boo boo. Weird.

Anonymous said...

^^^^And yet all they're doing is boycotting a product sold by a company whose owner expressed views they find abhorrent--just like conservatives do when they see something on TV (gay people, sex, etc.) that triggers them. Weird.