Monday, September 14, 2020

Kansas City Monday News Workout



Inspired by Carmella hotness and dedication to fitness, we take a peek at pop culture, community news and top headlines . . .

Kansas City Meets New Bosses

UNLOCKED: KCBJ announces 2020 NextGen Leaders award honorees - Kansas City Business Journal

Several weeks ago, the Kansas City Business Journal announced the 2020 class of NextGen Leaders. Now, the announcement has been unlocked so everyone can see the honorees. The NextGen Leaders program honors 25 rising stars in Kansas City business. A panel of six judges selected the honorees.


Strip Mall Salvation?!?!

Zona Rosa to begin multimillion-dollar redevelopment this fall in the Northland

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - The Northland's Zona Rosa Town Center will see a lot of changes in the coming months. The 1.1 million-square-foot mixed-use space, located off of Interstate 29 and Barry Road, will begin the first phase of a redevelopment project this fall. The project will bring new outdoor green spaces, a new stage, [...]


Setting Local Agenda

Nick's Picks | Turning the COVID-19 Corner, or Getting Worse?

This week, area health officials will be closely tracking whether a return to fall sports has come at a cost to public health. It wasn't just the Kansas City Chiefs playing in front of 17,000 fans at Arrowhead last week, college sports teams and some high schools were also playing in front of crowds.


Stadium Gunfire Postscript

KCPD talks about ending weekend stadium standoff

KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) - A Kansas City man is charged after police say he opened fire on a man at Arrowhead Stadium. It happened Saturday in the parking lot of the Truman Sports Complex and led to a multiple hour long standoff.


American Heartland Food Insecurity Revealed

For One Food Insecure Family In The Midwest, The Pandemic Leaves Them With 'No Wiggle Room'

Ja Nelle Pleasure never used to think twice about putting food on the table for her family. In fact, the Pleasure family revolved around food. One of their favorite activities was to spin a globe, put a finger down and cook a dish from the country where it lands.


Hottie Promo Peek

Model Carmella Rose Flaunts Fit Physique In Jungle-Inspired Bikini

Carmella Rose took to Instagram on Thursday morning to post a series of images that reminded her 2.3 million followers that summer is not quite over. She looked radiant posed next to a swimming pool wearing a stylish bikini and matching cover-up.


General Discontent

Vindman says Trump is Putin's 'useful idiot', considers himself a 'never-Trumper'

WASHINGTON - Retired Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman, who testified in President Donald Trump's impeachment inquiry, has spoken out after months of silence, calling Trump a "useful idiot" and "unwitting agent" of Russian President Vladimir Putin.


Prez Trump Debates Climate

Trump spurns science on climate: 'Don't think science knows'

SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) - With the smell of California wildfires in the air, President Donald Trump on Monday ignored the scientific consensus that climate change is playing a central role in historic West Coast infernos and renewed his unfounded claim that failure to rake forest floors and clear dead timber is mostly to blame.


QB Shares Sweet Distraction

Patrick Mahomes: This was more 'nerve-racking' than fourth quarter of the Super Bowl

Patrick Mahomes put in a valiant effort in the fourth quarter of Super Bowl LIV to win his first title with the Kansas City Chiefs but he admitted Monday there was something that made him even more nervous.


Local Latino Celebration

Hispanic Heritage month explores history in Kansas City, nation

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Tuesday, Sept. 15, 2020, marks the start of Hispanic Heritage Month in both the Kansas City area and around the nation. It's a month to celebrate the histories, cultures and contributions of Latin American countries. The celebrations first began as just a week in 1968, when then-President Lyndon B.


Planning South Side Revival

New mental health programs coming to Hickman Mills thanks to $1.7 million investment

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Nearly $2 million is heading to Hickman Mills C-1 School District. It will fund two programs focused on helping students mental health dealing the impact of violence and trauma. School leaders are hoping the programs create positive change. The implementation is made possible through a private donation of $1.7 million from [...]


Weather This Week

Plenty of sun for rest of week

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6 comments:

Anonymous said...

TOP PHOTO -- GETTING A LEG UP IN LIFE

The basement blogger always says, "When life gives you Lululemons, squeeze them for all their worth!!!"

Anonymous said...

Vindman looks like he grew up with no friends because he had bad body odor and liked to walk around with his buttcrack showing.

Anonymous said...

Vindman has dual loyalty to the U.S. and the Ukraine...and the Urainians hate the Russians. He would have loved to see us in a war with Russia. Dirty traitor. And he has a clown face.

Clayton Bigsby said...

1.7 mill to Hickman for mental health?
How about billions for birth control

Anonymous said...

Vindman enjoys smelling his own armpits to make sure they smell like a swamp and remind him of the political swamp in D.C. Bye, bye, Vile Vindman.

Anonymous said...

Vindman is an agent of a foreign power, Ukraine, who never should have been given a position affecting U.S. policy towards the Ukraine.

Further, as a military officer the plot he participated in to trigger the impeachment of the president, amounted to insubordination and mutiny to the military chain of command he was subject to. He should have been court-martialed, stripped of rank, and sent to Leavenworth. He is lucky he is a free man capable of shooting his mouth off.