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Kansas City Art CANCELLED
On July 20th the Brookside Business Association and the the Brookside Community Improvement District announced the cancellation of the 35th Brookside Art Annual, originally scheduled for May 1st through 3rd and previously rescheduled for September 18th through 20th. "It is with great sadness that we share the difficult decision made to cancel the 2020 Brookside Art Annual.
Capturing COVID Glam Amid Desperate Search For Work
Photographers across the country are trying to help people who've lost jobs during the pandemic. They're offering complimentary headshots to help with the job search.Kansas City photographer Tyler Walker is part of a national group that created the project 10,000 Headshots.On Wednesday, Walker will be one of 200 photographers offering these free of charge to people who have lost jobs during the pandemic.
Meth Town Remembered
INDEPENDENCE, Mo. - This month, crews began installing artifacts and exhibits at the Harry S. Truman Library and Museum in Independence, Missouri. The museum has been closed since July 2019 while it undergoes a $30 million renovation, or as the director calls it a "re-imagination."
Kansas City Lady Ballers Meet New EPIC Boss
Chicago football legend Mike Ditka is lending his name to a professional women's tackle football league that has its roots in the old Lingerie Football League. Ditka is the owner and chairman of the rebranded "X League," which said in a July 14 release that it will begin play in eight cities next April.
Instagram will soon allow people in the US, UK, and Ireland to raise money for their own personal causes. The company is launching the feature today as an initial test on Android phones, with iPhones to follow, after already making personal fundraising available to Facebook users.
Beltway Money Talks Today
In another break with the president, Senate Republicans also want billions more to support state testing efforts. They also are pushing for funds for personal protective equipment and to lay the groundwork for vaccine production.
Euro Cash Turns Trash
The EU agrees to a historic $860 billion recovery fund as the bloc fights the fallout of coronavirus | Markets Insider
Leaders of the European Union reached a historic deal Tuesday on an $860 billion recovery fund aimed at the reconstruction of the 27-member bloc. By the end of a 4-day summit, the heads of states agreed on distributing 390 billion euros ($446 billion) in grants, and 360 billion euros ($412 billion) in loans after reaching a compromise with a group of nations nicknamed the "Frugal Four."
Portland Moms Protest
Dozens of moms formed a human shield to protect protesters from officers outside a federal courthouse in Portland
As a mom in Portland, Oregon, was watching the unrest unfolding in her city, she felt compelled to get involved and protect protesters.
Tucker Against Times
Tucker Carlson Returns From Vacation To Go To War With New York Times; No Mention Of Sexual Harassment Suit & Ex-Writer's Racist Posts
"We're off last week, it's good to be back," declared a plucky Tucker Carlson at the outset tonight of his Fox News Channel show. And if viewers or critics were expecting the top-rated host to dive into controversies like a new lawsuit that alleges sexual harassment and retaliation by Car...
Adiós Polar Bears
Climate change is starving polar bears into extinction, according to research published Monday that predicts the apex carnivores could all but disappear within the span of a human lifetime. In some regions they are already caught in a vicious downward spiral, with shrinking sea ice cutting short the time bears have for hunting seals, scientists reported in Nature Climate Change.
Season Of Hype Coming Soon
With rookie report day on Monday, the Kansas City Chiefs began the most unique training camp in NFL history. The Chiefs and Houston Texans start a few days earlier than everyone else as they open up the NFL season.
More Rain Today
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