Wednesday, April 28, 2021

Kansas City Midday News Link Peek

Right now hottie Kara and her social media promo winning on an overcast day inspires inspires this peek at pop culture, community news and top headlines.

Local Artsy Opportunity

ArtsKC announces recipients of the 2020-2021 Inspiration grants

A few of the grant recipients. // Courtesy of ArtsKC Each year since 2016, ArtsKC Regional Arts Council has been providing funds for local artists through Inspiration Grants. This year, ArtsKC is giving $35,468 in Inspiration Grants to 18 local artists.


Get Poked In The Dotte

COVID-19 vaccines in Wyandotte County available to anybody over 16 - even those outside of Kansas

The Unified Government Public Health Department said Tuesday it will now offer COVID-19 vaccinations to anyone 16 and older, regardless of where they live or work, including people who live outside of Kansas."Getting more and more people vaccinated is the best opportunity we have to control and stop the spread of COVID-19 in our community," said Juliann Van Liew, director of the Unified Government Public Health Department.


More Deets Revealed Ahead Of Johnson Drive Construction

Mission to scale back lanes on Johnson Drive in hopes of improving public safety

MISSION, Kan. - Traffic flow will soon be changing in downtown Mission. Last week the city council unanimously approved plans to reduce Johnson Drive from four lanes to three. Johnson Drive runs through the center of the downtown Mission business district.


Hottie Tech Debuts

Model Kara Del Toro Drops Exclusive 10-Photo NFT With Stunning Instagram Post

Kara Del Toro is cashing in on the NFT craze with a one-of-one art capsule featuring 10 stunning photos. If this is the first you're hearing of the popular new form of cryptocurrency, "NFT" is an acronym for "Non-Fungible Token." While most other cryptos like Bitcoin are mutually interchangeable, an NFT possesses a unique encrypted ID, making it irreplaceable.


Prez Biden Grabs Guns

Exclusive: Biden to urge Congress to pass anti-gun violence legislation in Wednesday address

WASHINGTON - President Joe Biden will use his first address to a joint session of Congress Wednesday to pressure lawmakers to confront gun violence, underscoring the administration's focus on fulfilling a campaign pledge that had been mostly overshadowed by the coronavirus pandemic.


Rudy Under Siege

Federal investigators search Rudy Giuliani's NYC apartment

WASHINGTON - Federal officials executed a search warrant at Rudy Giuliani's Manhattan apartment Wednesday, sources familiar with the matter confirmed, signaling that prosecutors are ramping up their investigation into former President Donald Trump's lawyer. It was unclear what was seized in the search, which The New York Times first reported.


Vaxx Talk Denounced

White House blasts Joe Rogan for discouraging vaccination on his podcast

Rogan's remarks to his legion of fans - which have since spread widely on social media - come at a particularly inconvenient moment for White House officials, who are working to persuade the vaccine-hesitant, especially conservative men and younger Americans, to get their shots as the U.S. vaccine supply begins to outpace demand.


Fake News Reporter Resigns

New York Post temporarily deletes, then edits false story that claimed Harris' book was given out in migrant 'welcome kits'

The New York Post temporarily deleted, and then edited and republished, a debunked article that falsely claimed that copies of Vice President Kamala Harris' book were being included in "welcome kits" given to migrant children at a shelter in Long Beach, California.


Brit Testimony Coming Soon

Britney Spears Will Finally Speak On Her Own Behalf in Court Over Her Conservatorship

Variety reports that Britney Spears will head to court in June to speak to Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Brenda Penny on her legal conservatorship. As the outlet notes, she's made it clear, amid turmoil in the public over the nature of her legal situation, that she wants father Jamie Spears removed from his role as conservator.


Local Fashion Reflections

Young designer pulls from painful part of U.S. history for KC Fashion Week inspiration

Cydni Stanford has modeled for four seasons and five designers during Kansas City Fashion Week in the past. This year, she's making her debut as a designer. "I've wanted to be a designer since I was like six," she said.


New Americans Arrive

600 people from 41 countries become American citizens at Park Hill High School

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Six hundred people from at least 41 different countries are becoming American citizens Wednesday in four separate ceremonies. Nearly 2,400 people have been naturalized as U.S. citizens in the western district of Missouri since March 2020. Many say they still consider the United States to be a land of opportunity.


Midweek Weather Peek

Your Storm Track 5 Daily Forecast

Umbrellas will be a much-needed tool this evening for anyone wanting to spend a little time outside, that includes a quick dash to your car. Temperatures are expected to fall from the upper 60s at sunset to the lower 60s by the late evening hours aided by the rain that will fall from passing thunderstorms. The storms are not likely to be strong or severe, but a few passing cells could produce brief heavy rain.

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15 comments:

Anonymous said...

The New York Slimes wrote no COVID vaccine would be available until 2033. The Libtard media again underestimated Trump's Operation Warp Speed.

A Sheboon Wearing A Blonde Wig said...

The Tulsa riots occurred as a result of Black crime. (((Donna Pitman))) would have us believe that White Tulsa was resentful of the success of local Blacks. Another day, another Jew slinging weaponized lies at White people.

Anonymous said...

^^and not one word you said is true, based in reality or coherent. Weird.

Anonymous said...

1:14: The Tulsa riot most certainly did NOT occur because of black crime. It occurred because a crowded elevator moved suddenly and a black man accidentally stepped on a white woman's foot. A reporter was on the elevator and blew it up as an attack by a Black man on a white woman. This has been verified by many sources, most of them Gentiles.

Greenwood was a very successful Black neighborhood ALL of which was less than 20 years old. I've seen before and after photos of Greenwood, and it looks like Dresden in 1945. Go peddle your lying anti-Semitic bullshit somewhere else, Adolf.

Anonymous said...

Looks like Biden's Brownshirts are harrassing his political opponents.

What's next? A Reichstag fire?

Umbutu The Jenkems Merchant said...

From the Jewish Talmud:(Baba Kamma 113a) "A Jew may use subterfuges (lies) to circumvent the Goyim (non-Jews)".

Anonymous said...


Dresden was a war crime by Winston Churchill and Democrat Party President Franklin Delano Roosevelt.

Dresden was a fire bombing strictly on German civilians. 80,000 civilians perished; 90% women and children.

Democrat Party President Franklin Delano Roosevelt committed race crimes against Asians locking up all Japanese-Americans in concentration camps.

Democrat Party President Harry Truman committed two war crimes by dropping atomic bombs on civilians of Hiroshima and Nagasaki; burning to death over 100,000 women and children.

Democrat Party was the party of slavery and the Confederacy.

Democrat Party formed the Ku Klux Klan.

Democrat Party created the Jim Crowe Laws.

Democrat Party is evil; always has been.

Anonymous said...

Donna Pitman and the KMBC-9 crew operate behind a 8 foot tall iron fence and gate that surrounds KMBC-9 studio. They also have armed guards.

Check it out off of 63rd and 435.

They are terrified of the Black community but act all Woke and shit.

Pitman is a hypocrite. 110% Fake.

Anonymous said...

^^^ do you really have your panties in a bunch over a fashion story? Please adjust your priorities in life.

Loser.

A Man With Lots Of Body Hair said...

@3:02 It was (((Donna Pitman))) that made a fashion story into an anti-White hit piece. Have a clue.

Anonymous said...

2:13: Thanks for the history lesson. Good luck in American history after 1964.

Anonymous said...

Kind of funny you mentioned it, because the prog-left thinks we're still in 1964.

Anonymous said...

2:13, that is an overstatement of the civilian deaths in Dresden. But it was still in the tens of thousands. More civilians died in fire bombings of Hamburg (50,000) and Tokyo (80,000). I believe it was General LeMay who said if America had lost either theater in WW II, many of our generals would have been convicted of war crimes.

Anonymous said...

Joe bidumb and his amazing ability to fuck things up....

40 total executive orders, and 62 total executive actions (including executive orders, memoranda, and other actions) impacting life, family, and religious freedom. (As of 4/21/21)

Absolutely mind boggling how bad this idiot has fucked Americans.

Anonymous said...

^^^^^ As compared to the 152 Executive Orders Trump signed his FIRST WEEK IN OFFICE?
(75 of which were ignored by the affected Agencies, thank God.)