Kansas City Gay Men's Chorus Gamble Tops Super Bowl 'News' Cacophony

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Heartland Men’s Chorus, Kansas City’s nonprofit community chorus since 1986 composed of LGBTQ+ men and allies, has placed a friendly wager against the Philadelphia Gay Men’s Chorus for this Sunday’s Chiefs vs. Eagles Super Bowl.

According to a press release, the choruses have made a bet in which the losing team’s chorus will perform a song of the winning chorus’ choice in a video to be shared online.

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Heartland Men's Chorus places Super Bowl wager with Philadelphia Gay Men's Chorus

Heartland Men's Chorus, Kansas City's nonprofit community chorus since 1986 composed of LGBTQ+ men and allies, has placed a friendly wager against the Philadelphia Gay Men's Chorus for this Sunday's Chiefs vs. Eagles Super Bowl.

Meanwhile, here's some of the better Super Bowl happy news . . .

Some Kansas City-area restaurants closing early Super Bowl Sunday in support of Chiefs

LENEXA, Kan. - Restaurants and businesses across the Kansas City metro are showing their support for the Chiefs by closing their doors on Super Bowl Sunday, even if it's just during the game. Two restaurants that are making sure that the community has plenty of food on game day before kick-off.

Chiefs fan returns jersey lost at AFC Championship game

TEMPE, Ariz. - This story begins in Kansas City, Missouri, and ends in Glendale, Arizona. Chiefs season ticket member Ryan Howell got so caught up celebrating the Chiefs' AFC Championship victory on Jan. 29 at GEHA Field at Arrowhead Stadium, that he left his seat to get closer to the field.

Chiefs' Travis Kelce gives his key to resting during Super Bowl week

PHOENIX, Ariz. - The Kansas City Chiefs star tight end is getting used to his Super Bowl routine. With the Chiefs in their third Super Bowl in five years, Travis Kelce has built up some tips to get through the week full of practice and media. "Take naps," Kelce said on Tuesday.

Fans report increase in online ticket scams ahead of Super Bowl LVII

KANSAS CITY MO. - Some people are still searching for their ticket to the Superbowl, but they're running into a surge of ticket scams. Buyers like Pete Enriquez are playing defense to teams of scammers and bots on the offensive, looking for gullible buyers. "On some of them - they're very obvious," he said.

Kansas City artist to have his work on multiple Chiefs players' feet at the Super Bowl

There will be some colorful cleats worn Sunday in the Super Bowl. One Kansas City painter and artist is set to have his work on display during warmups and in the game via the feet of multiple Chiefs players. "Ideally, I wanted to paint a pair of cleats for Jason and a pair for Travis," painter Craig Greco said.

Mini Arrowhead Stadium built in Overland Park backyard

OVERLAND PARK, Kan. - Some members of Chiefs Kingdom have their very own Arrowhead Stadium in their backyard. A clip of kids playing football on the field is everywhere now after being shared by the NFL, CBS Sports and more.

Kansas City woman drives Chiefs Jeep to Arizona for Super Bowl LVII

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - When Charlotte Hamilton ditched her self-described "mom sport wagon" awhile back, she set out to find a red Jeep. She added a few stickers, which turned into a few signatures and then things took off.

KC-based Tico Sports is headed back to the Super Bowl too; this time play-by-playing both sides

A Kansas City production is returning to the Super Bowl Sunday as the official Spanish language broadcaster for both the Chiefs and the Philadelphia Eagles. It's Tico Sports' third trip to the big game - but the first where the Latino-owned company will broadcast for both competing teams.

Family's Chiefs Kingdom light show is a sparkling display of team spirit

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - A Northland family's house is a light and music show throbbing and blinking with Chiefs Super Bowl spirit It's been about 3 years since Jeremy Meythaler and his family found a new hobby creating large light displays in their front yard. "We start setting up in September," Meythaler said.

Power & Light prepares for one of the biggest Super Bowl watch parties in the country

For fans that aren't able to go to Arizona to cheer on the Kansas City Chiefs in Super Bowl LVII, there will be plenty of places to gather for the big game. Perhaps none more notable than the massive watch party set to be held in the Power & Light District in downtown KC.

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