Thursday, January 21, 2021

Kansas City News Night Leg Up

At the conclusion of #TBT we share this peek at enduring 55-year-old hottie Liz along with a peek at pop culture, community news and top headlines.

Locals Hope To Get Poked

How to get a COVID-19 vaccine in each county in the Kansas City metro

KANSAS CITY METRO - As pharmaceutical companies race to pump out COVID-19 vaccinations, municipalities across the metro are trying to figure out how to distribute their limited supplies of the Moderna and Pfizer/BioNTech vaccines. Some have created surveys to help the rollout process, while others must decide internally how to distribute inoculations.


The Pitch Phones It In With Presser From The Zoo

The Chiefs are headed to AFC victory, sea turtle authorities report

In between eating veggies and playing, SEA Life Aquarium resident turtles Shawny and Lou made time to predict a Chiefs win for the AFC Championship. // Image courtesy of SEA LIFE Kansas City's Turtle Rescue Center The sea turtles have spoken. We have a Chiefs win in our future.


Kansas City Leap Of Faith

Women say they had to jump to escape Waldo Heights fire

Two women talk about the night they had to jump from a third-floor balcony to escape the fire at the Waldo Heights apartments last month.Miranda Davidson and roommate, Maria Gonzales, are healing from a night they said they will never forget."I saw the flames coming down the hall and that's


Liz Shares Good Life

Elizabeth Hurley's luscious lockdown from bikinis to bubble baths

Day in, day out, we endure the Covid briefings as Boris and Co grimly tell us to stay home and stay safe. Just 120 miles away, in her £6million country estate in Herefordshire, actress Elizabeth Hurley, 55, has spent the past ten months proving a pandemic is no reason not to stay perky and positive.


Prez Trump Blame Game Starts

Experts praise Biden's Covid-19 plan, but warn that undoing Trump-era mistakes will take time

President Joe Biden's battle plan to beat Covid-19 is "spot on," but restoring Americans' trust in "science-based leadership" won't be easy after four years of Donald Trump, public health experts said Thursday.


Impeachment 2.0 Begins

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi says she'll send Trump impeachment to Senate 'soon,' but Republicans seek delay to February

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said Thursday she would send the Senate an article of impeachment charging former President Donald Trump with inciting an insurrection "soon," but Republicans are suggesting a delay until February. "I'm not going to be telling you when it is going," Pelosi, D-Calif., told reporters Thursday, while negotiations continued over a trial.


Civil Unrest Persists

Progressive group riots resume in major cities despite Biden inauguration

President Biden was officially sworn in on Wednesday, but riots of the kind that had been blamed on Trump erupted anyway, damaging property and federal buildings. Police departments in Portland and Seattle reported damage as a result of gatherings near federal buildings, while anti-fascist protesters burned American flags in Denver.


Top Doc Talks Freedom

Fauci talks 'liberating feeling' serving under Biden versus Trump

When Dr. Anthony Fauci returned to the White House briefing room on Thursday, he did so without the sour reality of a hostile president watching him from feet away in the Oval Office.


FORMER PREZ TRUMP EARNS HIP-HOP SHOUT OUT!!!

Lil Wayne and Kodak Black thank Donald Trump for pardoning them before he left office

Lil Wayne and Kodak Black have publicly thanked Donald Trump after he granted them a full presidential pardon. The rappers were among 140 people who were either granted pardons or had their sentences commuted by the former President before he left office yesterday (January 20).


Kansas City Top Artist Stays Winning

Body of artwork: Birdies' Peregrine Honig sketches business artistry from Crossroads lingerie shop

A global pandemic has far from caged artist-turned-entrepreneur Peregrine Honig. Her creativity helped perch the Crossroads lingerie shop she founded within a market the ongoing economic downturn couldn't cover. "Liquor and lingerie do great when people are freaked out," said Honig, who co-owns Birdies with Alexis Burggrabe.


Local Playoff Party

Chiefs Kingdom ready to cheer on KC, even while balancing playoff thrills during pandemic

OVERLAND PARK, Kan. - As the Kansas City Chiefs prepare for the AFC Championship, so does Chiefs Kingdom. Faced with pandemic challenges, everyone is getting into playoff mode. Still, people are ready to raise "cheers" to the Chiefs. It may not be Arrowhead Stadium, but general manager Scott Wenta said Maloney's Sports Bar and Grill is [...]


Cowtown Warmup Concludes

Much cooler for your Friday

Hide Transcript Show Transcript PRETTY THIN STUFF THAT'S OUT THERE. SO FOR THIS EVENING WILL CONTINUE TO COOL DOWN NOT TERRIBLY RAPID, BUT STILL ABOUT A TWO DEGREE DROP ABOUT EVERY HOUR OR SO. SO THAT'S WHY YOU NEED THE JACK OF A NOT A WINDBREAKER NECESSARILY BECAUSE THOSE WINDS ARE SO LIGHT BY NINE O'CLOCK ON KCWE WILL BE TALKING AT 38 DEGREES TIM P.M.

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

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

If Biden supposedly wants unity he had better get the retards on his side under control.

Anonymous said...

Gosh I thought we had a white supremacist problem ?

Anonymous said...

TOP PHOTO -- AGENT EXPOSED

When Vanessa Kensington shared a few drinks with Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery, the knickers were soon off and she beat the bishop!!!

Anonymous said...

Thank You! Out loud laugh, spit wine. Funny at 1:00 AM.
beat the bishop, ha, ha, ha