Wednesday, December 30, 2020

Kansas City Midweek News Pull Up

Angel hottie Candice in the can probably shouldn't be glamorous but it works nicely for mainstream fashion promo and offers us a "sense of place" as we check pop culture, community news and top headlines for tonight.

Kansas City NYE Cancelled

No ball drop planned for New Year's Eve in KC Power & Light District

For the first time since opening 12 years ago, Kansas City's Power and Light District will not be holding a New Year's Eve celebration in the KC Live!


Kansas City Bus Stops Drop

RideKC rolling back services on 6 routes due to COVID-19 outbreak

RideKC announced Wednesday it will be rolling back some of its services because of the COVID-19 pandemic. RideKC said staffing shortages and COVID-19 forced them to make some cuts that go into effect next Monday.


Jobs Disappear 2021

CEVA Logistics to lay off dozens of workers in 2021

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - A Liberty logistics company will layoff dozens of workers early next year. CEVA Logistics announced earlier this month that up to 74 employees would face layoffs starting in February due to a contract being rescinded. The majority of the layoffs would be for material handler/operator I positions, according to a Missouri WARN notice.


Never Discount Cups

You can get Victoria's Secret bras from $10 right now

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White House Fight Cont’d

Biden transition chief blasts 'obstruction' by political appointees at OMB, Pentagon

Transition officials "have encountered obstruction from political leadership at various agencies, most notably at the Department of Defense and the Office of Management and Budget," Abraham said. "Make no mistake, this lack of cooperation has real-world implications, most concerningly as it relates to our national security," he added.


Numbers Game Persists

Census To Miss Year-End Deadline For Delivering Numbers For House Seats

Saddled with delays caused by the coronavirus pandemic and last-minute changes by the Trump administration, the first set of 2020 census results will not be ready for release by Thursday's year-end deadline for numbers that determine representation in Congress and the Electoral College for the next decade.


Mutant COVID Attacks!!!

U.S. confirms first case of the new Covid strain discovered in UK

The first case of a new and potentially more infectious strain of Covid-19 has been confirmed in the United States, Colorado health officials said Tuesday. The health officials confirmed the case and notified the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.


Save Ginger!!!

Tina Louise, last surviving 'Gilligan's Island' star, reveals truth about Dawn Wells

Dawn Wells, the real-life Mary Ann Summers of "Gilligan's Island," was just as sunny and down-to-earth off-screen as she was on-screen, her co-star Tina Louise, the show's only surviving cast member, told The Post Wednesday. Louise, who played the indelible flame-haired Ginger Grant on the CBS show, spoke fondly of Wells, who died at age 82 Wednesday in Los Angeles after battling COVID-19.



Faithful Head Check

Mental health becomes focus of local church leaders

KANSAS CITY, Kan. - It has been a trying year. And for people struggling, many in the faith community lean on their pastor or faith leader for support. But who can the ministry leaders lean on? Chuck Allen, an urban ministry leader, has seen firsthand how suppressing feelings for years can take a mental toll.


Cowtown Stage Fright

In danger of closing for good, local music venues plan 'Save Our Stages' concert

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Local artists and record labels are banding together to try and save Kansas City's independent music venues. Record Bar and Center Cut Records are holding a "Save Our Stages" Facebook live event Wednesday night in hopes of raising awareness about the issue.


Holiday Self Care Prescribed

Nurse, psychologist share ways to combat depression during a difficult time

Psychologists in the Kansas City area have seen an increase in depression and anxiety during the holiday season and amid the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Health experts say it's normal to feel some hopelessness right now, but it's important to recognize when it becomes something more serious.


Snowzilla Coming Soon!!!

Winter storm zeroes in on Kansas City on New Year's Day

THE GROUND. EVENING FORECAST WILL ALSO BE QUIET, THE WIND WILL DIE DOWN A LITTLE BIT AS WELL, UPPER 20'S HEADING TO THE FIRST HALF, THEN MIDDLE 20'S AT 10:00. LOWE'S BY TOMORROW MORNING WILL BE COLD, 18 TO START OFF OUR DAY, 22 IN LEE'S SUMMIT, 21 IN OLATHE AND COLDER FARTHER TO THE NORTH, LOW TEENS EVEN A FEW SINGLE DIGITS POSSIBLE.

And this is the OPEN THREAD for right now.

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

Oh no, how am I going to see all the amazing local bands KC has to offer performing live now?

Anonymous said...

^^^

Good question.

Suggestion, just listen to an alternative music play list from 5 years ago and you'll know what they all sound like.

Anonymous said...

TOP PHOTO -- STALLING FOR TIME

When I told Candice that I needed to "drop a load" in the bathroom, she followed me in, removed her dress, and said "I don't want any stains!!!"

Charlie Horse said...

Should be no shortage of balls dropping on New Year's Eve...