Saturday, April 10, 2021

Kansas City Saturday News Look

Hottie divas and their seductive sci-fi movie inspire our quick peek at community news, pop culture and top headlines.

Kansas City Eat Out Starts

Kansas City makes outdoor dining options permanent for some bars, restaurants

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Outdoor dining will be a permanent option for some Kansas City restaurants. City council members voted to amend the city's zoning code Thursday allowing some bars and restaurants to use parking lots and other outdoor space as seating. It comes after the city allowed businesses to apply for permits to expand outdoor seating [...]


Downtown Kansas City Hopes For Office Space Comeback

PHOTOS: See Plexpod's new coworking space in KC's Flashcube building - Kansas City Business Journal

The newly renovated Flashcube luxury apartment building has an extra amenity: a Plexpod coworking space. Built in 1974 for Commerce Bank, the Flashcube building is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and underwent a $70 million redevelopment by Worcester Investments. Designed by Kansas City-based Clockwork Architecture + Design, the Plexpod space at 720 Main St.


Training Day Returns

Englewood Arts partners with Metropolitan Community College to offer hands-on learning

INDEPENDENCE, Mo - It was all hands on deck at the Englewood Arts Center on Friday. The 30,000 square-foot facility is getting a major makeover after previously being a former medical building in town. Staff hopes the brand new building will provide art studios and serve the community as a safe space for budding artists to share their work.


Smootchie Song Debuts

Doja Cat and SZA's Trippy Video for 'Kiss Me More' Sends Alex Landi From 'Grey's Anatomy' on a Dangerous Odyssey

It's not often that you've got Homer's Odyssey and "Grey's Anatomy" combined for the theme of a music video, but it happens in the clip for "Kiss Me More," the new collaborative single from Doja Cat and SZA.


FREE MONEY RULES!!!

How an arcane budget provision could let Democrats advance their agenda

A novel interpretation of an arcane parliamentary procedure has presented congressional Democrats with an unexpected - and tantalizing - new opportunity to advance some of their most ambitious legislative goals despite their slim majorities and fierce Republican opposition.


Congressional Ethics Probe Starts: Don’t Laugh

House Ethics Committee opens investigation into Matt Gaetz

The House Ethics Committee announced Friday it has opened an investigation into Republican Congressman Matt Gaetz. The investigation comes after multiple sources told CBS News that federal investigators are probing whether the Florida man violated sex trafficking laws.


Tucker Vs. AOC

Tucker Carlson: Disagree with AOC? You might want to start looking over your shoulder

If you had to sum up this moment in American history, what would you call it? Maybe the "Age of Fraud." We're living in a time when the most powerful people in the world masquerade as the least powerful, a time when billionaires pose as helpless victims (don't criticize Bill Gates!), when a women who literally identifies as "the Duchess of Sussex" tells Oprah she's oppressed and Oprah nods in empathy, because Oprah's oppressed, too.


Americans Would Rather Ignore Embarrassing First Son

The scandal that wasn't: Republicans deflated as nation shrugs at Hunter Biden revelations

Where's Hunter? The rhetorical question about Joe Biden's troubled son was posed time and again by Donald Trump during last year's US presidential election but never caught fire in the way "Lock her up!" did against Hillary Clinton.


Duchess Declines

Meghan Markle Will Not Be at Prince Philip's Funeral, Prince Harry 'Planning to Attend'

Meghan, who is pregnant with the couple's second child, has been advised by her physician not to make the trip to the U.K. "The Duke of Sussex is planning to attend. The Duchess of Sussex has been advised by her physician not to travel.


Local Foster Pets Return

KC shelter's new program reuniting struggling owners with their pets

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - A new program is helping people in crisis during the pandemic keep their pets. KC Pet Project recently launched Home Away From Home to foster pets until they can get back on their feet.


Northeast Helps Neighbor

Volunteers make repairs following Indian Mound house fire

Following an early morning fire on April 5, Northeast neighbors are stepping up to help one of their own repair the damage. Indian Mound residents say fire investigators suspect arson was the cause of the residential fire at the southeast corner of the Indian Mound.


Katie Calls Weather

Rain will move out by Saturday afternoon

Hide Transcript Show Transcript WOULD BE A BETTER BET. KATIE: YES, EVERYTHING THIS MORNING WILL BE SOGGY AND WET FOR THE MORNING HOURS, BUT WE HAVE SIGNS THINGS WILL IMPROVE FOR THE AFTERNOON. IT WILL NOT BE A REAL WARM DAY, THOUGH. WE WILL STILL SEE HIGHS IN THE 50'S TODAY.

Doja Cat - Kiss Me More is the song of the day and this is the OPEN THREAD for right now.

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

Looks like that fire started on the outside, bbq grill on the front porch?

Anonymous said...

Are the "Hot Divas" hiding behind the two fat-assed Blaque Hos?

Anonymous said...

"The scandal that wasn't: Republicans deflated as nation shrugs at Hunter Biden revelations"

Republicans should keep all the dirt they have on Hunter. If he ever runs for office it will come in handy.

Anonymous said...

FAT!

Anonymous said...

Tony's wish's all the above head-lines...He thinks ya'll are STUPID!

Hyperblogal said...

In Gaetz case, an ethics probe means they're looking to see if they can find any.