Kansas City Tuesday Look: Downtown Foodies, Alleged War Profits & Midterms

Right now hottie Lindsey inspires our peek at pop culture, community news and top headines.

Check TKC news gathering . . .

Slice Of Life Inside The Loop

Chefs offer a taste of Downtown's newest food hall + Downtown news beat - Downtown Council of Kansas City

Strange Hall chefs offer a taste of what's to come at Downtown's latest food hall; Historic Rialto Hotel may begin $74M conversion by year-end; Green Dirt Farm to brings cafe, cheese to East Crossroads; How Union Station helped put KC back on track; more of the Downtown KC news beat.

More KC Biz Cutbacks

CBRE aims to slash $400M, mostly through job cuts - Kansas City Business Journal

CBRE Group Inc. is trying to slash its costs by $400 million, mainly through job cuts, though it is not clear how the plan will affect the Dallas-based company's sizable Kansas City office.

Deciding To Dig Up Past

Meeting scheduled to discuss future of Shawnee Indian Mission after scrutiny over radar study

A Shawnee Tribe official and the Kansas interim state archaeologist have scheduled a meeting next week to discuss the future of the Shawnee Indian Mission and formal consultation about a ground penetrating radar study to search for potential unmarked graves of children.It comes after last week's developments announcing that a state-sponsored radar study was on hold at one of the most historic and significant landmarks in the state of Kansas.

Alt. Foodie Reading

Wayne Moots is looking to bring Kansas City's queer community together with a cookbook.

Wayne Moots is looking to bring Kansas City's queer community together with a cookbook.

Charging Up Kansas

Panasonic to break ground on new Kansas battery plant in November

DE SOTO, Kan. - Panasonic Energy will begin construction on a new EV batter plant in De Soto, Kansas, in November. The new facility will produce batteries that will be used in electric vehicles.

Election Outlook

CLOSER LOOK: KMBC previews political races, issues in the Midterm Election

SOURCE: File image Election Day is a week from Tuesday as KMBC counts down to the midterms. Control of Congress at stake. So far, 21 million Americans have already turned in their ballot, according to the U.S. Elections Project. Republicans are favored to win the House, according to projections from the political website FiveThirtyEight.

Lindsey Proves Newsworthy

Rachel Bush Gets Peachy In A Bikini, Instagram Legend Lindsey Pelas Stops By & RGIII Can't Help Himself

College Football continues to be one of the most unpredictable sports on the planet. Every week a team has dropped a game they should have won on paper. This week was no different. No. 18 UCLA continues to roll as they took down No. 11 Utah to improve to 6-0.

Prez Rebukes American Industry

Biden accuses oil companies of 'war profiteering' and threatens windfall tax

President Joe Biden has accused oil companies of "war profiteering" as he raised the possibility of imposing a windfall tax if companies don't boost domestic production. In remarks on Monday, just over a week away from the 8 November midterm elections, Biden criticised major oil companies for making record profits while refusing to help lower prices at the pump for American people.

MAGA Commiserates

Trump weighs in on Paul Pelosi attack: 'a terrible thing'

Former President Trump on Sunday weighed in on the brutal hammer attack targeting Paul Pelosi, husband of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, at their San Francisco residence early Friday morning. In a Sunday interview with the conservative Spanish-language network, Americano Media, Trump called the attack a "terrible thing."

Consequences For Attack

Suspect in Paul Pelosi attack charged with federal counts of assault and attempted kidnapping

Those are the federal charges against DePape, who is scheduled to be arranged in court in San Francisco on Tuesday afternoon.

Pandemic Consequences Persist

Shanghai Disneyland Locked Down Again Over COVID, With Guests Trapped Inside

The Walt Disney Co.'s flagship Shanghai Disney Resort abruptly closed its doors on Monday in response to China's strict COVID-19 prevention measures, with all guests at the time of the announcement required to stay inside the park until they could present a negative test result.

Worn Torn Europe Reported

Ukraine's front line comes under further pressure; UN warns of rising food prices after export deal

Ukraine has come under further attack overnight after it was left reeling Monday by a wave of missile strikes that hit major Ukrainian cities.

Middle-Class Scoop

French Custard Coming to the Morningside Shops - In Kansas City

By the end of the year, Jessica and Alex Wood are hoping their ice cream pop-up, French Custard, will be ready to open in its permanent home in the Morningside Shops along the Trolley Trail near Brookside. The couple have been accepting preorders on their website for more than a year.

Eternal Autumn Question . . .

When should you stop mowing the lawn before winter? Here's what one expert says

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Wondering when you can stop mowing your lawn this fall? Lawn experts say Mother Nature tells us when we reach the end of the grass-cutting season. Horticulture agent Dennis Patton, of the Johnson County K-State Research and Extension, said it all depends on weather patterns.

Rihanna - Lift Me Up is the song of the day and this is the OPEN THREAD for right now.