A nice roundup of local community news shares a glimpse at vanity projects and a few worthwhile efforts that give hope to local publishers and plebs desperately searching for alternative bathroom reading material.
Moreover, a longtime former council dude has a new platform that has proved surprisingly effective at swaying opinion amongst the chattering classes.
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Kathy Feist was frustrated. She and her neighbors in south Kansas City were about to vote in a special election to send a representative to the Missouri legislature - and Feist couldn't locate much helpful information about the candidates. "The only way to find out anything was to look at the signs in people's yards," she said.