Sunday, March 28, 2021

Kansas City Sunday News Smile

This morning starts Holy Week for many of the local faithful as we renew our commitment to snark, pop culture and top headlines.

Kansas City April Awaits

Here's what's new in Kansas City food and drink in April 2021

Tide is Hi The Collective EX building in the Crossroads has had a number of tenants pass through. Built to be a collaborative space for designers, the Collective building supplies creators with materials and encouragement... and coffee. When established roaster Thou Mayest moved out of the cafe space located in the building, HITIDES Coffee owners Michele and Johnny Dawbarn saw...


Po-Po Ham It Up!!!

HyVee, KCPD and Harvesters team up for ham dinner giveaway

Friday evening the Kansas City Missouri Police Department partnered with Hy-Vee food stores and the Harvesters Food Network to sponsor a free, drive through ham dinner giveaway at KCPD's East Patrol Campus located at 27th and Prospect. Prior to the event cars were lined up around the block waiting to get in and take advantage of the free offer.


Show-Me Vaxx Free Ride

Missouri launches COVID-19 vaccine transportation resource

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Missouri has launched an online resource for people needing transportation to their COVID-19 vaccine appointments. The statewide resource called "Get a Ride" lists organizations that are offering rides. This week MO launched a new statewide transportation resource guide to expand COVID-19 vaccine access to rural, suburban and urban communities.


Miley Cuts Loose

Miley Cyrus says she's recovering from 'rager' as photos surface of her letting loose at a bar

Miley Cyrus has been the talk of Hollywood this week as the pop star went viral after penning an emotional tribute to "Hannah Montana" on the 15-year anniversary of the show's debut. She celebrated the milestone in public Thursday as photos surfaced showing the 28-year-old letting loose at a bar.


$400 MILLION Per Hour

Race To Free Giant Ship From Suez Canal Continues

The push to free the container ship stuck in the Suez Canal continued into a fifth day Saturday as more than 300 ships on either side wait to pass through the blockage. Efforts to refloat the Ever Given made "significant progress" Friday night as the ship's rudder was freed, according to Bernhard Schulte Shipmanagement, the technical manager of the Ever Given.


Former Prez Trump Suffers Another Fact Check

Mulvaney calls Trump's comments on Capitol riot 'manifestly false'

Former White House chief of staff Mick Mulvaney President Trump Donald Trump Democrats see Georgia as opening salvo in war on voting rights MLB could move All-Star game from Georgia after controversial new voter restrictions Biden fires majority of DHS advisory council members MORE 's recent comments on the Jan.


Doc Regrets COVID FAIL

Analysis: Birx shares her chilling conclusion as America arrives at a moment of introspection on the coronavirus

The US may finally be getting a handle on the coronavirus pandemic, but for so many Americans, it's too late, and that disconnect is raising fresh questions about why the US couldn't have done more earlier.


Sketchy Pratfalls

'SNL' lays into Biden for recent missteps - literal and otherwise

This weekend's "Saturday Night Live" poked fun at President Biden -- about his stumbles on the stairs leading to Air Force One and on last week's first news conference since taking office.


Tell Your Mom To Stop Posting This Story To Facebook

A stray dog kept stealing a stuffed unicorn from a Dollar General, so animal control bought it for him

The cutest thief was rewarded after he continued to steal a purple unicorn from a Dollar General.


Highlight Tonight

When and how to see March's full worm moon this weekend

This year's full Worm Moon will reach peak illumination at 2:48 p.m. EDT on Sunday, March 28, 2021.Its name marks the return of earthworms to the soil, one of the first signs of spring.Scientists disagree on whether March's full moon is a supermoon or not.How have you been celebrating the first few days of spring?


Local Working-Class Hero

This 'Champion Of The Lowly' Rallied A Waitress Union In Kansas City 100 Years Ago

For more stories like this one, subscribe to A People's History of Kansas City on Apple Podcasts, Spotify or Stitcher. The early 20th Century was a tumultuous time in Kansas City. Women's roles in the public sphere were expanding. People of color were fighting for basic liberties, and workers were demanding better conditions and pay.


Sunshine Sunday

Sunny Sunday ahead, warm up on the way Monday

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4 comments:

Anonymous said...

QWHY DIDNT SNL MAKE FUN OF THE BIG EARED BITCH BROBAMA

Anonymous said...


Well if you're talking about big mike I'll make fun of her for ya. She has such a big ass that if she has sex with her switch hitter husband he has to tie a 2x4 on his ass to keep from falling in. For the green new deal they hook her up
for transportation, she is the only women who can eat hay and draw a wagon.

Anonymous said...

Miley Cyrus must have a raging dose of tertiary syph by now.
Her central nervous system is rotting away slowly.
Her next performance will be her tied to a board and pissing herself.

Anonymous said...

FUCK OFF SCARF QUEEN