Sunday, August 16, 2020

Kansas City Sunday News Look

Right now angel Candice inspires this quick peek at pop culture, community news and top headlines. Checkit:


American Royal continues tradition amid COVID-19 pandemic

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Though the American Royal canceled its World Series of Barbecue due to the coronavirus pandemic, one event continued on Sunday. "Best Rub on the Planet," the world's largest barbecue rub contest, took place at the American Royal Center and featured more than 250 rubs.

Baseball Shares The Love

MLB honors Negro Leagues' centennial by outfitting every team with special patch

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Sunday is a historic day for Major League Baseball. For the first time ever, all 30 teams in the league will wear a patch to commemorate the 100-year anniversary of the Negro Leagues. For the many black men who were definitely good enough to play in the majors but were never given [...]

Preacher Passes On

Ed Hamilton passes away in Kansas City area

Ed Hamilton, who ministered to thousands over a 60-year career as a pastor, passed away Sunday. He was seeking medical treatment in the Kansas City area. The Rev. Hamilton, 78, had fought declining health in a semi-retirement that followed his pastorage at Ozark Baptist Church east of Houston where he led it in three different building programs and most recently one at Central Baptist Church on Highway B.

Candice Designs Are Fashionably Safe

The season's hottest dress silhouettes and coordinating masks

It's Friday! However, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, weekend plans aren't what they used to be. With limited options for activity, entertainment and socializing, it's hard to define what Saturday and Sunday will look like these days. But that doesn't mean after a long week, you can't slip into a new dress and enjoy the warm weather.

Panty Probs Part Deux

Alan Dershowitz and Jeffrey Epstein: Is Victoria's Secret part of it all too? - Film Daily

A federal judge, Loretta Preska, has ordered correspondences from attorneys of Alan Dershowitz & Leslie Wexner be unsealed and released. Additionally, Preska set a date for a hearing to determine whether Leslie Wexner can be forced to testify in a defamation case involving one of Jeffrey Epstein's victims, Virginia Roberts Giuffre.


Pelosi to Recall House for Postal Service Vote as Democrats Press for DeJoy to Testify

The House will cut short its summer recess to consider legislation that would counter changes at the Postal Service that critics say undermine casting ballots by mail.

Democratic Party Pushes Back Against Conspiracy

Kamala Harris hits back at eligibility conspiracy theory, decries 'dirty tactics'

Sen. Kamala Harris hit back at a conspiracy theory about her eligibility for the vice presidency in an interview on Sunday, slamming the Trump campaign for engaging in "dirty tactics." Harris, during an interview with The Grio, was asked about the theory which questioned whether she is ineligible because her parents were born outside the United States.


Three police officers shot in Texas while responding to call at a home

Three police officers in Cedar Park, Texas, were shot while responding to a call at a home Sunday, according to a tweet from the police department.

Fight For Freedom Cont'd

One Week After Election, Belarus Sees Giant Protests Against 'Europe's Last Dictator'

Tens of thousands of protesters took to the streets of Belarus on Sunday in what appeared to be their largest demonstration yet against the widely-disputed reelection of President Alexander Lukashenko. Lukashenko, who has been labeled "Europe's last dictator," first took office in 1994 and staked his claim to a sixth term after declaring a landslide victory in the country's election last Sunday.

Home Team Heartbreak

Two-run homer bites Royals in 4-2 loss to Twins

After a split in the doubleheader Saturday, the Royals looked to move to 5-1 over the Twins on Sunday. Despite an early lead off Minnesota starter Randy Dobnak, Kansas City was bitten by the long ball and fell to the Twins, 4-2.

Looking Up

Planetarium at Union Station gains new audience with livestream

While many things are slowing down during the pandemic, there is a locally produced show that is taking off. The Planetarium at Union Station has a whole new audience. It's a new project that is skyrocketing, and there is some science behind this trend.When the Arvin Gottlieb Planetarium closed during stay-at home orders, astronomers wasted no time finding a new universe for stargazing.Planetarium specialist Patrick Hess started hosting a Planetarium livestream.

Amazing August Ahead

The gorgeous August weather continues this week

A great summer weather pattern will continue with no rain chances the next few days Expect temperatures to warm up to near 85 degrees each day The humidity will stay lower for a few days KANSAS CITY'S MOST ACCURATE FORECAST Today: It will be a beautiful Sunday.

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Anonymous said...

Two words: Pottery Barn.

Bandit said...

Four words: Joe and the ho

Anonymous said...

Don't know if Victoria's Secret is part of the Epstein mess, but the harem of fifteen and sixteen year olds at Mar-A-Lago sure as hell are!

Anonymous said...

great Candice pic balances out the disgusting photo of rich pedo jew rapists Epstein and Wexner ...both big-time Demosleazeball donors, who regularly flew fellow rapist Bill Clinton on the Lolita Express to Pedo Island.