Kansas City Sunday News Link Hop


Accordingly, we share more than a few items concerning community news, pop culture and top headlines.

Kansas City Easter Comeback

Easter reunites families after pandemic halted holiday celebrations last year

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Families around the Kansas City area will be able to sit around the dining room table on Easter Sunday, thanks to new guidelines issued by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention . Kelsey Pomeroy usually has family members over her house each year to celebrate the holiday.

Local Vaxx Delivery

Jackson County EMS crews bring vaccine to homebound community

People who are homebound face challenges when it comes to getting the vaccine, but the Central Jackson County Fire Protection District is bringing shots right to their door.On Friday, Capt. Nathan Manley's office was mobile. Inside his blue bag was hope for the homebound.

Debate Down By The River

Parkville riverfront proposal draws criticism; city says part of master plan

PARKVILLE, Mo. - A proposed community development project at Platte Landing Park on Parkville's riverfront is causing concern for some who live there. It includes four new ball diamonds and six new multi-purpose fields. This is part of Parkville's master plan created in 2016.

Demi Shares Feast

Demi Rose Peels Oranges In Stringy Easter Bikini

DemiRose/Instagram Demi Rose is hanging around in an unbuttoned shirt and tiny stringy bikini to peel her Easter oranges. The 26-year-old model, fresh from celebrating her birthday at the end of March, was today right on time with her weekend update, posting for her 16.2 million Instagram followers and shouting out Easter.

Former Prez Trump Leads Alt-Right Fight Against Biz

Donald Trump has expanded his list of 'woke' companies to boycott, due to their opposition to Georgia's voting law

Donald Trump has spoken out again about the companies that oppose Georgia's new voting law. He called for more boycotts, saying "don't go back to their products until they relent." Barack Obama, meanwhile, commended the MLB on its decision to move its All-Star Game from Atlanta. See more stories on Insider's business page.

Progressives Target Big Biz For Voting Rights Support

Major companies are suddenly denouncing GOP-led voting bills. Why now?

Voting rights advocate Nsé Ufot has been fighting for a week like this all year. For months, more than a half-dozen activist groups, including her own New Georgia Project, had urged business interests to denounce Republican-led efforts to restrict voting access in Georgia, she said.

El Papa Talks Plague Priorities

Pope at Easter Urbi et Orbi: 'Risen Christ is hope that does not disappoint' - Vatican News

Throughout the world, the Church proclaims the joyous news that "Jesus, who was crucified, has risen as He said. Alleluia!", Pope Francis said at the start of his Easter message broadcast live around the world. He delivered his Urbi et Orbi message inside St. Peter's Basilica, just like last year, due to coronavirus safety measures.

Easter Cry For Freedom

Myanmar anti-coup protesters launch 'Easter egg strike'

YANGON, Myanmar (AP) - Anti-coup demonstrators in Myanmar, adept at finding themes to tie together protests nationwide, took to the streets holding painted eggs in a nod to the Easter holiday on Sunday. In the biggest city of Yangon, one group marched through the Insein district chanting and singing protest songs and cradling eggs bearing the slogan "Spring Revolution."

Joke Turnabout Is Fair Play

Pete Davidson, who once dated 18-year-old, mocked for Matt Gaetz portrayal on SNL

NBC's "Saturday Night Live" chose Pete Davidson to portray embattled Rep. Matt Gaetz - despite the cast member dating an 18-year-old last year. Davidson, 27, appeared as Gaetz (R-Fl.) in the show's cold open, in which the 38-year-old lawmaker was featured as a guest on a Britney Spears-hosted talk show for "the social pariahs of the week."

Greatest Gen Endures

Kansas City neighborhood gets creative to celebrate 100-year-old WWII veteran's birthday

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - People continue to be creative with how they celebrate birthday parties in the middle of a pandemic. "We were trying to get 100 cars and 100 good wishes," Ginger Stewart-Lyons, Kenneth Stewart Sr.'s daughter said. The goal wasn't hard for Kenneth Stewart Sr., who is a World War II veteran, and his family.

Kansas City Shares Treats

Swope Health adds Easter gifts to family essentials drive-thru event

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Swope Health has held First Saturday Family Essentials drive-thru events since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, and this weekend added an Easter treat for those in need. The event, in partnership with Sen. Barbara Washington and several community organizations, gives families an opportunity to pick up items such as laundry detergent and toiletries.

Sunday Sunshine Report

Warm and windy Easter Sunday, storms coming this week


Depeche Mode - Personal Jesus is the song of the day and this is the OPEN THREAD for right now.


  1. So KC city council could have saved $35 million and just relied on the future Parkville sports complex north of the river instead of building their own?
    Nice heads-up work there you fucking dumb asses.

  2. Damn! I hate Baseball, but now I have to start watching it, just because some lying has-been narcissistic Loser says we should boycott the MLB.

    Guess I can turn the games on my TV and then go do something enjoyable, like drink a Coke.

  3. Some people might consider thatthere's a difference between a then-26-year-old dating an 18-year-old and a 38-year-old using Campaign Funds to haul his 17-year-old Mistress around the country with him.

    (Hint: It's called "Age Of Consent"!)

  4. "Donald Trump has expanded his list of 'woke' companies to boycott, due to their opposition to Georgia's voting law"

    Even Jarod and Ivanka are ignoring Trump. Why should anyone listen to a failed has-been?

  5. The MLB requires photo ID to pick up tickets but thinks it's dumb for Georgia to require photo ID for voting. Coke, Delta and the MLB can rot in hell. I hope some MLB players refuse to play in the All-Star game. Ratings will take a hit because of how stupid the "woke" Libtards are being about ensuring fair U.S. elections. They don't want fairness because it makes it harder to cheat.

  6. Maybe someday SNL will take on Hunter Biden and all the despicable things he's done, but don't hold your breath. He's part of the protected class.

  7. RE: Swope Health adds Easter gifts to family essentials drive-thru event

    Does anyone know how many non-Black families received an Easter basket from Swope Health?

    Can you say EQUITY?

    Swope Health is largely supported by federal tax dollars, and federal law prohibits racial discrimination.

    As of 2017, Swope Health President David Barber received compensation of approximately $342,000
    Swope Health lists assets of some $54 million dollars.
    Swope Health spends 1 million dollars per year on lobbying.
    Swope Health had nearly $400,000 invested outside the U.S., in Central America and the Caribbean.

    Besides "Swope Health Services", there is also the "Swope Health Foundation", "Swope Parkway Housing Inc.", and "Swope Community Enterprises", all affiliated entities. That's 4 separate ways to dole out federal tax dollars and contributions to those politically connected to the organization.

    Please note the KC Star would NEVER do a financial investigation of Swope Health umbrella organizations.


  8. Happy Resurrection Day. He Is Risen. Satan was defeated at the cross today!

  9. Biden doesn't want you to get together with your family today, but of course he will.

  10. 12:04 - The Star does not have the intelligence or expertise to do a thorough financial examination of anything.

  11. Maybe someday SNL will take on Hunter Biden and all the despicable things he's done, but don't hold your breath. He's part of the protected class.

    And yet if Hunter Biden ever runs for office, I'm sure SNL will have a field day. Weird.

  12. 12:12: But the sun was out, and he saw his shadow. Darn!


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