Friday, January 08, 2021

Kansas City Friday Night News Lights

For tonight we take a peek at hottie Nichole's latest shared publicity tour as we consider pop culture, community news and top headlines for with our closest readers.

Foodies Savor Local Help

Restaurant Week brings hope to Kansas City-area restaurants

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Restaurateurs who have been able to survive the pandemic welcome this year's KC Restaurant Week as an opportunity to serve more customers. Jane Zieha's restaurant, Blue Bird Bistro, has been part of KC Restaurant Week since the initiative began.


Meth Town Payback Planned

Independence residents to be billed for 60 days of utilities after cyber attack

INDEPENDENCE, Mo. - Residents will soon receive city utility bills again after a cyber attack on the payment portal caused a lull in billing. Those bills, coming early in the week of Jan. 11, will account for the time lost, according to the City of Independence.


Overhead News Today

US Air Force's Thunderbirds to return to KC in 2022 for air show

For the first time in 14 years, the official air demonstration team of the U.S. Air Force will appear in the skies above Kansas City in 2022. Kansas City Air Show Charities announced Friday that the Thunderbirds, "America's Ambassadors in Blue," will take part in next year's Kansas City Air Show.


Hottie Endurance Inspires TKC Blog Community

Nicole Scherzinger, 42, Proves She's In Incredible Shape Leaping In Tiny String Bikini - See Pic

Nicole Scherzinger certainly looks happy that 2020 is over! The former Pussycat Dolls front woman celebrated the new year by jumping for joy in an animal print bikini on a white sand beach. "New year, new beginnings, new day, new chapters, new firsts, new starts, new risks to make, new chances to take!


Prez Trump End Game

House Democrats consider mid-next week for possible vote on Trump's second impeachment

House Democrats are furious at President Donald Trump and are quickly building momentum to move on impeachment of Trump in the next several days -- as soon as the middle of next week.


EPIC Check Debate Cont’d

Democratic Sen. Manchin cast doubts on $2,000 direct payments, jeopardizing passage

Democratic Sen. Joe Manchin signaled Friday he could oppose $2,000 direct payments, jeopardizing one of his party's priorities for when it takes unified control of the White House and Congress. The Washington Post first quoted the West Virginia lawmaker as saying he would "absolutely" oppose another coronavirus relief check to Americans.


Prez Trump Power Play

Trump has the authority to launch nuclear weapons - whether Pelosi likes it or not

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi has reached out to the US military about taking away President Trump's nuclear authority, an ask that may seem reasonable on the surface, given the violence at the Capitol this week. But she's playing a dangerous game with America's national security.


Kegger Stays Winning

Kelce is unanimous AP All-Pro pick; Hill, Mathieu also selected on first team

Unstoppable tight end Travis Kelce and dynamic defensive star Aaron Donald are unanimous choices Friday for The Associated Press NFL All-Pro Team. Kelce and Donald swept the votes from a nationwide panel of 50 media members who regularly cover the league.


Midtown Comeback?!?

Julep founders open Canary in The Netherland in Midtown - Kansas City Business Journal

Beau Williams and Keely Edgington, the husband-and-wife founders of Westport craft cocktail bar Julep, are opening their latest concept on Friday. Canary, a modern American restaurant, is in The Netherland building at 3835 Main St. The historic structure sits along the coming streetcar extension.


COVID Kills Local Builder

Prominent Kansas City architect dies from COVID-19

HALEY ON YOUR WAY AROUND TOWN, : TAKE A LOOK. THE BUILDINGS. THE DETAILS. YOU KNOW HIS WORK. EVEN IF YOU DON'T KNOW HIS NAME. TED SELIGSON, AS MANY HAVE SAID, WAS AN ARCHITECT'S ARCHITECT. HALEY JACOB WAGNER TAUGHT WITH : SELIGSON AT UMKC.


Golden Ghetto Fun & Gamer Hotspot Debuts

With hundreds of board games, Cardboard Corner Cafe opens in Overland Park

OVERLAND PARK, Kan. - A new board game cafe is now open in Overland Park. The Cardboard Corner Cafe is located at 9240 Metcalf Avenue. There are over 700 board games to choose from, and guests can dine on sweet and savory waffles and appetizers. Madeline and Chase Davis own the cafe.


Saturday Chill Ahead

Saturday will be chilly, a few rays of sunshine

Temperatures will drop overnight to about 27 degrees. Saturday will be a chilly one. Look for a high near 31 degrees with a few rays of sunshine.

And this is the OPEN THREAD for right now.

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