Monday, September 21, 2020

Kansas City Monday News Roundup

AND WE'RE BACK!!! 

Right now the wholesome fashionista promo hotness of Demi inspires this peek at pop culture, community news and top headlines.

Checkit . . . 

Cowtown Hopes To Drink In Peace Away From Pandemic

Local bars work to keep people safe from COVID-19

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Bars in Kansas City, Missouri are open for business. But not only are they worrying about keeping their doors open, they also want to protect everyone from COVID-19 exposure. "We made a lot of promises to them (employees) that they would be safe and so far, we have been very successful,"said Zach Williams, general manager of Julep in Westport.


Kansas City Curve Ahead

Coronavirus in Kansas City: Tracking COVID-19 curve of cases, deaths

We're tracking the curve of coronavirus cases and coronavirus-related deaths that have occurred in Missouri and Kansas.The data shows the total number of COVID-19 cases along with the number of COVID-19 cases per day.


Kansas Beauty Queen Paints Supreme Tribute

Miss Kansas reflects on her painting of Ruth Bader Ginsburg

by: KSNT-TV Posted: / Updated: TOPEKA, Kan. (KSNT) - Ruth Bader Ginsburg was an inspiration to many but especially to Miss Kansas. Annika Wooten competed in the Miss America competition nine months ago. She chose speed painting as her unique talent in the competition and painted the Supreme Court Justice in 90 seconds.


Insta Double Take

An influencer's side-by-side photos show how Instagram posts can be misleading

Emily Clarkson shares "Instagram versus reality" posts to remind her followers not to believe everything they see on social media. Clarkson shows her followers how certain poses, filters, and photo-editing apps can make people look totally different in their photos.


Otra Vez Latina Supreme?!?

Who is Barbara Lagoa, possible Trump Supreme Court contender?

According to the Florida Supreme Court's website, Lagoa -- a graduate of Columbia Law School -- was the first Latina appointed to that court when she was chosen by Gov. Ron DeSantis in January 2019. Before this, she served on the state's Third District appeals court since her 2006 appointment by then-Gov.


Latest D.C. Slap Fight

House Democrats will unveil bill to avoid shutdown, fund government into December

House Democrats will release a bill Monday to fund the government until Dec. 11, as the party pushed to strike a spending deal with Republicans, a source familiar with the matter told CNBC. The plan, designed to avoid a shutdown before the Sept. 30 deadline, did not yet appear to have GOP support Monday.


Americans Stay Losing Stimulus  

At Least 8.7 Million Americans At Risk Of Losing $1,200 Stimulus Checks

At least 8.7 million or more Americans could be at risk of losing out on $1,200 coronavirus stimulus checks due to incomplete IRS and Treasury Department records, according to a Monday report from Congress' auditing arm, which examined the unprecedented $2.6 trillion lawmakers passed in emergency support as the coronavirus pandemic took hold.


Coronavirus Sickens Market

Stocks tumble on worries about Washington gridlock and coronavirus

In a painful start to the week for the Dow and the broader market, stocks tumbled at the opening bell in New York as investors worry when Washington will agree another stimulus bill.


Big Sexy Blasts Sports Hottie

Katie Nolan Locks Her Twitter After Whitlock Drops A Bomb - OutKick

ESPN's Katie Nolan has locked her Twitter account after Outkick's Jason Whitlock dropped a neutron bomb after she came at him unsolicited. She took offense to what Whitlock wrote over the weekend about hopping on the beauty train to success.


Royal 2020 FAIL

Why aren't the Royals a good defensive team?

Back in the day, when the Kansas City Royals were good for a spell, the unofficial motto of the team was "Speed and Defense." Across the diamond, they overflowed with athletes who were above average defenders at their position or true defensive stars.


Pitch Salutes Cowtown Brew

Local beer will continue bubbling up

The first all employee meeting I attended at Boulevard Brewing Company was during the Great Recession in 2008. I remember sitting through financial and marketing presentations (pretending to understand what things like EBITDA meant and wondering why folks kept calling beers "brands") before Boulevard's founder John McDonald spoke to close out the meeting and send us all to the bar for a beer.


Erin Forecasts Nice Start To Pumpkin Spice Season

Your Storm Track 5 Daily Forecast

Enjoy a cool evening under fair skies while a gentle southerly breeze coasts across our area. Temperatures will cool into the upper 60s shortly after sunset before slipping into the middle to upper 50s by daybreak Tuesday morning.

And this is the OPEN THREAD for right now . . .

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

My god, Tony. Enough with that cow Demi. A million women out there hotter, but you home right in on that Fa Tass.

Anonymous said...

^^^

But DAT ASS dough.

Jim said...

Re: Demi. Exactly, I’m not saying I wouldn’t hit it, but HOW does she get her ass to do that. I’d like to find out.

Anonymous said...


aaagh..of all the accomplished women in America, Miss KS had to paint a pic of..the Hideous RGB!!??? Baarf!!!

Anonymous said...

Way to much ass. Really, who likes that? Yack, how do they clean themselves?

Anonymous said...

Patriarchy and white supremacist.

Anonymous said...

Demi makes the rockin' world go round.

Anonymous said...

TOP PHOTO -- GET DOWN ON IT

When Demi discovered the basement blogger's big deck, she was all over it!!!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qchPLaiKocI